Stan Winston Schools has released other behind the scenes footage of the T-600 puppet from Terminator Salvation, but this gives a clearer sense of how the animatronics evolved and how important the materials are in any puppet. If it's not lightweight, but with the stability and feel of whatever it's representing, it…
T-600 is neither your average puppet nor your average backpack, but this quick little clip from Stan Winston Schools shows that he's pretty impressive for both. Who said puppets had to be cute? [Stan Winston School]
The Terminator Salvation Blu-ray disc can be watched with live director commentary tonight. It's starting. Update: McG is making a Terminator 5. No!
"It was bad enough when we were fighting the Terminators. But then the Transformers came. Now we just call them the Transforminators." - John Connor
There were a lot of stupid things in Terminator: Salavation. Mark's review was, in fact, too kind. But there is one really stupid part that bothered me from a gadget perspective. SMALL SPOILERS AHEAD.
In the future, if you're walking around and encounter a Terminator, do not run.
Driving through the New Mexico desert during summer's peak, my mouth as parched as the baked terrain, I wonder to myself, what would Dr. Frankenstein do if he lived today?
Are you trying lead a resistance against a race of homicidal machines? Well, you need the proper footwear. When John Conner stomps Terminator faces, he wears the Oakley S.I. Assault Boots.
Here's the new hotness from the Terminator Salvation camp. It's a four-minute extended trailer, complete with an ominous voice over from Christian Bale and a motorcycle-through-farmland loner scene right out of Star Trek. Updated.
The trailer for Gameloft's iPhone version of its upcoming Terminator: Salvation game leaked, and we're pretty impressed. We can't tell how the controls will work, but the graphics and gameplay really do look great.
In the book The Art of Terminator Salvation, fans can find hundreds of examples of concept art, storyboards and illustrations from the film.
I have mixed feelings about the motorcycle terminators seen in Terminator Salvation. But if this concept art shows us anything, the bikes could be even less lovable. Here's the final version for comparison:
For an R-rated movie full of violence and nudity, Terminator: Salvation sure has a lot of toy tie-ins aimed at kids under the age of 12. And man, some of them are really creepy looking.
If you've ever wondered how you'd look as an evil robot from the future, Terminate Yourself (a promotion for Terminator Salvation) is happy to indulge your curiosity. Note: Cats actually appear less evil as Terminators.