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Terminator 6 filming to start in May

Simon Brew Feb 22, 2018

Filming on Terminator 6 is pushed back slightly, but is still expected to start in the spring...

The new film, and the latest reboot, in the Terminator series is getting ready to film, it seems.

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This is the movie that brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, with James Cameron back involved too on creative duties. Cameron won’t be directing (he's got a lot of Avatar films to make, after all), but Deadpool’s Tim Miller will be.

The movie is effectively going to ignore the stories of the films post-Terminator 2, and it’s been casting the role of one of the young leads, a character by the name of Dani Ramos. That search is apparently ongoing,
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In Defense Of: “Spider-Man 3” (2007)

One universal truth in the world of cinema is that sequels will always be a tough nut to crack. Though there have been a handful of follow-ups that have arguably surpassed their cinematic originals — Terminator 2, The Empire Strikes Back and Aliens spring to mind — Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 can also be added to the list as it too helped buck the ‘inferior sequel’ archetype by delivering a bonafide classic in the superhero sub-genre.

‘But we’re here to talk about Spider-Man 3!’ I hear you shouting. Well, here’s the thing: I can safely say that Raimi’s third, and final chapter, won’t be joining the pantheons of greatest sequels of all-time, unlike its immediate predecessor. That said, I do believe that Spider-Man 3 deserves some love, too.

On that note, come join us as we take a look back at Raimi’s oft-maligned third entry into Marvel’s beloved web-slinging series.
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10 Terminator 2 Facts You Never Knew

10 Terminator 2 Facts You Never Knew
"Have you seen this boy?" In the wake of success for The Terminator, it was hard to imagine how a sequel could up the ante. Yet Terminator 2: Judgment Day did exactly that, with a battle hardened super-ripped Sarah Connor, a rebellious adolescent John, a brand new liquid metal Terminator and an Arnold model programmed to do good. Here we take a look at 10 things you never knew about Terminator 2.

To kill or not to kill.

Arnold originally met with the team behind The Terminator about the role of Kyle Reese. Arnold was looking for heroic leading man roles, not villainous killing machines, but James Cameron coaxed him into playing the T-800 by assuring him that The Terminator would be such a cool character, audiences would root for him. In a fun twist of fate, by the time the sequel rolled around, Arnold had the opposite concern: he was
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How Blade Runner 2049 expands on its predecessor

Ryan Lambie Feb 7, 2018

With only mild spoilers, we look at the key way in which Blade Runner 2049 expands on Ridley Scott's 1982 classic...

Lieutenant Joshi: “You've been getting on fine without one.”

K: “What's that, ma'am?”

Lieutenant Joshi: “A soul.”

Bigger, louder, more violent: sequels almost seem duty-bound to one-up what came before. Unfortunately, history's also littered with film sequels that, for all their sound and fury, soon slip from memory. Even if they deliver on the higher bodycount or more over-the-top action, they often lose the character and storytelling of their predecessors. Jaws and RoboCop are examples of classic movies with less than stellar sequels. Blade Runner 2049, on the other hand, arguably ranks alongside Terminator 2, Aliens and Mad Max: Fury Road on the list of best sequels ever made.

Blade Runner 2049 succeeded, in no small part, because of the specific way it expanded on the 1982 original.
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New Face-Swap Tech Lets Nicolas Cage Star in Every Movie

New Face-Swap Tech Lets Nicolas Cage Star in Every Movie
Technology is really starting to get out of control and a new deep learning tech is pushing the boundaries of Nicolas Cage and his acting abilities. Like a lot of tech that is developed and fine-tuned over the years, this deep learning software was first used in the pornographic realm. People with way too much time on their hands take female celebrities and basically copy and paste their faces on to X-rated videos with shocking accuracy. And now, that very same technology is being used to put Nicholas Cage into any movie role.

Nicholas Cage is already one of the most famous memes and that popularity just received a huge boost, thanks to the deep learning software. People have been scanning a bunch of pictures of Cage's face into FakeApp, which then is able to map the actor's face to another face, imagining what it would look like through the deep learning technology.
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Blade Runner 2049 and the art of making a perfect sequel

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Author: Josh Wilding

There was a time when sequels were met with a great deal of trepidation but the success of superhero movies and other blockbusters has now made them something to anticipate and beg studios for on social media. The only ones now met with any sort of scepticism are those serving as follow-ups to classic or beloved movies many argue are best left alone.

Blade Runner was one of those movies and while talk persisted for years about a sequel, it never came to pass. That changed when Denis Villeneuve came on board with Ridley Scott for Blade Runner 2049 and the more we heard about the movie, the clearer it became that it was going to be something special.

Like the first instalment, the sequel required multiple viewings, and was unfairly criticised for a relatively long runtime or how much mystery it was shrouded in. With the
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The Nuclear Explosion Scene in Terminator 2 Still Haunts Me After More Than 20 Years

A beautiful, bright, sunny day on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Children frolic and delight at a picturesque playground. A merry-go-round spins lazily, a see-saw goes up, then down, then up, then down, over and over, a swing set glides back and forth, ever higher. It should be the setting of a moment of happiness […]

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True Lies Stuntman Dropped by Agency After Eliza Dushku Allegations

True Lies Stuntman Dropped by Agency After Eliza Dushku Allegations
Just days after Eliza Dushku opened up and accused True Lies stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of sexual assault, his agency has dropped him. The Worldwide Production Agency released a statement this morning revealing they have parted ways with the stunt coordinator after the allegations surfaced. Take a look at Wpa's brief statement below from the agency's president and general counsel Richard Caleel.

"Wpa has elected to part ways with Joel Kramer based on the allegations of misconduct now being reported. Such behavior is unacceptable and entirely at odds with the the standards of conduct we demand of ourselves, and expect from our clients."

While Joel Kramer has denied these claims, first revealed by Eliza Dushku on a lengthy Facebook post, they have since been backed up by her mother, brother, her legal guardian on the set, and her former agent. Director James Cameron also showed his support for the actress,
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Christian Bale Talks About How Things Went From Bad to Worse on Terminator: Salvation

Terminator: Salvation definitely wasn't Christian Bale's finest moment. The movie started out with a decent concept but was executed terribly by director McG. On top of the mediocre level of filmmaking, it was also the moment where Bale completely blew up at one of the crew members and started yelling at him and the crew. Like I said, this wasn't Bale's finest moment. If you want a little reminder of that, you can listen to it here.

During a recent interview with The Playlist, Bale opened up about his time working on Terminator: Salvation and his "enormous regrets". Not only did he talk about how the film project went from bad to worse, but he also reflected on his foul-mouthed tirade. Things just didn't pan out for the film the way he was hoping:

"I said no three times. I thought that the franchise…I went ‘Nah, there’s no story there.
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Terminator: Salvation: Christian Bale on his regrets

Simon Brew Jan 10, 2018

Christian Bale on why he took on Terminator: Salvation, and what went wrong...

If all had gone to plan, the fourth Terminator movie, Terminator: Salvation, would have kickstarted a fresh trilogy. Directed by McG and starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington, things did not go to plan however. If anything, the film remained more notable for Bale’s verbal attack on director of photography Shane Hurlbut, that was recorded and released online.

Bale's been looking back on Terminator: Salvation in a new interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, and sharing some of his regrets.

Admitting that he first said no to appearing in the film three times before accepting, Bale recalled that “it was an unfortunate series of events involving the writers’ strike, involving Jonah Nolan, who was able to come on, and really start to write a wonderful script, but then got called away for
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Christian Bale Initially Turned Down Terminator Salvation Three Times; Recalls “Enormous Regrets” Over On-Set Outburst

When Terminator Salvation booted online eight years ago, McG’s star-studded reboot (Bryce Dallas Howard! Michael Ironside! Helena Bonham Carter!) was held up as the near-perfect platform on which Christian Bale could begin his transition away from Christopher Nolan’s beloved Batman series.

After all, much like Genisys, Salvation was designed to spawn a whole new trilogy of movies with Bale’s John Connor at its core, but the end product was a mishmash of bad ideas and weak storytelling, leading the studio to haul the Terminator offline for the foreseeable future.

And though many consider Terminator Salvation to be the runt of the litter – worse than even Rise of the Machines – Christian Bale offered a candid retrospective on the doomed reboot while appearing on MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast (via The Playlist):

I said no three times. I thought that the franchise…I went ‘Nah, there’s no story there.
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Why Gal Gadot Refused to Respond to James Cameron's Wonder Woman Dis

Why Gal Gadot Refused to Respond to James Cameron's Wonder Woman Dis
James Cameron was pretty vocal about the success of Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman, especially with his criticisms of the movie. Jenkins immediately fired off a response to the Avatar director, but Gal Gadot remained silent, choosing not to get into it with the Cameron. However, in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Gadot reveals her reasoning behind not responding to the negativity and it's perfect. Wonder Woman ended the year as the third highest grossing movie of 2017 with plenty of critical accolades for Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, and DC, which has led to criticism from many different places. But James Cameron's questioning the success of the movie was oddly specific.

James Cameron didn't understand all of the supposed hype surrounding Wonder Woman because he felt that the movie was a step "backwards" for women while also saying that it "objectified an icon" because of Gal Gadot's looks. Instead, he
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Wamg Giveaway – Win the Terminator 2: Judgement Day on 4K Ultra HD

Director James Cameron’s iconic sci-fi action classic has returned in pristine clarity. Terminator 2: Judgment Day arrived recently in a Limited Collector’s Edition EndoArm box set including a 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital HD). Still lauded by critics today as one of the greatest action films of all time, only 6,000 of the Limited Collector’s Edition EndoArm box sets will be released in the U.S., allowing fans to own a life-sized replica of the T-800 EndoArm mounted on a uniquely numbered stand with James Cameron’s signature. Say “hasta la vista, baby” to Sd and relive each quintessential moment in four times the resolution with Full HD and High Dynamic Range on the film’s first-ever 4K scan. The Terminator 2: Judgment Day EndoArm Limited Collector’s Edition 4K Combo Pack box set is loaded with bonus content, including an all-new, never-before-seen documentary
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Films of the year: Paddington 2

Simon Brew Dec 30, 2017

At number four in Den Of Geek's film of 2017 countdown? The return of Paddington...

Films of the year: Paddington 2 (4th place)

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My local multiplex is a good one. It’s the Empire in Rubery, Birmingham, and for the most part, patrons are well behaved, and get on with the simple business of watching the film in hand.

Twice in 2017, though, I’ve audibly witnessed the curse of someone instantly giving their review as soon as the picture fades to black, and the first credit appears. First time? That was for Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, where someone about 20 rows back declared in a pitch perfect Birmingham accent that she thought the film was “clucking smit” (I think that's what
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4Dx, VIP, and more: the best Cineplex experiences of 2017

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4Dx, VIP, and more: the best Cineplex experiences of 20174Dx, VIP, and more: the best Cineplex experiences of 2017Jenny Bullough12/27/2017 9:03:00 Am

It's no surprise that all of us at Cineplex are huge movie fans. Whether it's buzzed-about indie films or big-budget blockbusters, we're here for it. And while we'll admit to being purists in the sense that we're happy watching movies the old-fashioned 2D way, we also believe in bringing more to the movie experience, and exploring all the ways that the future of moviegoing is changing. That's why we're continually introducing new technologies and experiences in our theatres; here's a list of some of the best, most popular, and attention-getting experiences from the past year.

Movies in 4Dx

Whether it was The Lego Batman Movie, The Fate of the Furious, Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy v2 or something more recent, there have been so many choices
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Did S.H.I.E.L.D. Spoil Reveal? Five-0's Best Future Shock? Dynamite Voice Duet? 'Waige' in Danger? And More Qs

Did S.H.I.E.L.D. Spoil Reveal? Five-0's Best Future Shock? Dynamite Voice Duet? 'Waige' in Danger? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Once Upon a Time, Scorpion, The Voice and Major Crimes!

1 | Were you surprised The Ranch‘s audience didn’t have a bigger reaction to Kurtwood Smith calling his former ’70s Show costars “dumbasses”? Wasn’t it fairly predictable that the pipeline deal was going to fall through? And were you surprised by all the jokes the Bennetts made about Russia, assuming the family voted for Trump?

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The League Of Gentlemen series 4 episode 1 review: Return To Royston Vasey

Catherine Pearson Dec 18, 2017

The League Of Gentlemen is back with comedy writing at its finest - sinister, tragic and very, very funny. Spoilers ahead...

This review contains spoilers.

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4.1 Return To Royston Vasey

League Of Gentlemen fans rejoice! The dark comedy that first hit our screens in 1999 is back, and while our beloved Royston Vasey has had to move with the times a bit, it’s still a dilapidated cesspit home to some of our much-loved oddballs. Come and join the celebration. We’re all local here…

What a way to begin the much-anticipated reunion of writers Jeremy Dyson, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. Just as he did 18 years previously, Benjamin sits on the train and reads a message from his off-the-wall Auntie Val. This time, he’s not holding a letter but a smart phone and,
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Cinema’s Damaged Heroine

Sarah Myles on cinema’s damaged heroine…


As a word, it has become synonymous with determined women in movies. Why? Because that is how critics routinely describe them.

“Black Widow gets extra bad-ass in this Avengers 2 trailer,” said Rob Bricken of i09.

In Atomic Blonde, Charlize Theron plays “a career badass who enjoys both the job and the perks with equal enthusiasm,” according to J. Hurtado of Screen Anarchy.

Kaya Payseno of Bust tells us that “Badass women star in a feminist western,” while reviewing The Keeping Room.

According to Wendy Ide of The Guardian, Wonder Woman is “A gloriously badass breath of fresh air.”

From whence does this strangely limited vocabulary come? How have we reached a point where a critic can use the word ‘badass,’ and we almost all picture exactly the same thing: a mostly solitary woman, in figure hugging/revealing costumes, scowling and being violent?
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Dennis Muren interview: Terminator 2's VFX

Ryan Lambie Dec 7, 2017

He headed up the groundbreaking VFX on James Cameron’s T2: Judgment Day. We talk to Ilm effects legend, Dennis Muren...

At Industrial Light & Magic, Dennis Muren has worked on some of the most eye-popping movies of the past 40 years. Beginning with Star Wars in 1977, Muren has gone on to win a stunning nine Oscars for his visual effects work - often shared with such industry colleagues as Richard Edlund, Carlo Rambaldi and Phil Tippett.

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For the purpose of this interview, though, we’re focusing on a landmark in CGI: 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day. As we already saw in our main feature this week, James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel took all
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The 25 Best Sci-Fi Films of the 90s

In the 1990s, the sci-fi genre reached new heights. With the advent of CG-character technology that was revolutionized in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Jurassic Park, the tools available for filmmaking increased exponentially. The impossible was now possible, and ideas that were once non-viable in the feature film format were now able to be realized. Of course technology is only a tool—it can get you so far, but it’s story and character that determine whether a film will stand the test of time. But master filmmakers like James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Luc Besson, and The …
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