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Terminator: Genisys makes bank in China


China still cool
Aug 24
// Matthew Razak
Currently we can blame China for a lot of crappiness what with their destroying of the world economy in full swing at the moment. On top of this they're probably going to be responsible for a sequel to Terminator: Genisys&nbs...

5 Other Cinematic Robots That Should Be In WWE 2K16

Jul 29 // Hubert Vigilla
RoboCop [embed]219700:42512:0[/embed] RoboCop vs. The Terminator. That's the WrestleMania main event that everyone's been waiting to see. Plus, RoboCop has some experience with wrestling. In the video clip above, watch as RoboCop makes World Championship Wrestling history and kills kayfabe more than any of Kevin Sullivan's hokey booking ideas. Signature Spot: I'll Buy That for a Dollar (Lariat Clothesline) Finishing Move: Murphy's Law (Top Rope Frog Splash that causes the ring to collapse)   Johnny Five (Short Circuit) After speed-reading Mick Foley's Have a Nice Day, Daniel Bryan's Yes!, and Bret Hart's Hitman, Johnny Five is convinced he has what it takes to win the WWE Heavyweight Championship. On his road to WrestleMania, he's managed by Fred Ritter from Short Circuit 2, who's trying to make a quick buck with merchandise--you know the name, now own the texting gloves. Signature Spot: Input/Output (Running Splash into the corner followed by a Running Bulldog) Finishing Move: Disassemble = Dead (shoots opponent with laser)   IG-88 (The Empire Strikes Back) IG-88 was really hoping to collect the bounty on Han Solo to pay off his student loan. ("Stupid Boba Fett!" "Friggin' Columbia MFA!"). Instead, he's decided his best route to a debt-free life is main eventing WrestleMania and winning the WWE Heavyweight Championship. Signature Spot: The Droid Revolution (Pele Kick) Finishing Move: IG 3:16 + Resistance Is Futile (Alabama Slam chained into a Sharpshooter)   Paulie's Robot Girlfriend (Rocky IV) After years in storage, Paule's Robot Girlfriend is back and better than ever, and she's looking to become the new WWE Divas Champion. Her entire life has been a training montage, and she's ready for the main event. Also, Paulie is her manager. Signature Spot: Fisto (basically a Superman Punch) Finishing Move: Happy Birthday, Paulie (Top Rope Moonsault while holding a birthday cake)   Mechagodzilla After Mechagodzilla destroyed all monsters, he has one more beast in his sights: Brock Lesnar. He's been miniaturized for the squared circle and intends to turn Suplex City into a smoldering mound of rubble. Signature Spot: Hyper Kiryu (Roundhouse Tail Strike followed by Enziguri when opponent is on the ring apron); German Suplex Finishing Move: The Shining Lizard (basically a Shining Wizard)   Bonus Tag Teams - Evil Bill & Ted and The Good Robot Us's (Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey) As Wyld Stallyns brings world peace through some most excellent music, their robot doubles decide to make their mark on history through most excellent in-ring action. Signature Spot: The Wyld Ryde (Double Powerbomb to the outside through a time-traveling phone booth and the circuits of time) Finishing Move: The Bogus Journey (Flapjack into Cutter tandem combination, basically the Dudley Boyz's 3D)
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Arnold Could Use a Robot Friend (or Foe)
Yesterday we had a list of five other Arnold Schwarzenegger characters who should be in WWE 2K16. (I apologize for leaving out Kindergarten Cop's Detective John Kimble.) With all that Arnie in one place, the game would basica...

5 Other Arnold Schwarzenegger Characters Who Should Be In WWE 2K16

Jul 28 // Hubert Vigilla
Conan the Barbarian Between the time when Vince McMahon subsumed the old territories and the rise of John Cena, there was an age undreamed of. And unto this, Conan, destined to wear the WWE Heavyweight Championship around a troubled waist (or over his troubled shoulder). It is I, his chronicler, who alone can tell thee of his path to WrestleMania. Let me tell you of the days of high adventure! Signature Spot: Hyborian Rage (flurry of punches, with flourishes similar to an unarmed version of the Atlantean Sword Kata) Finishing Move: Riddle of Steel (basically an Alabama Slam)   Howard Langston/Turbo Man (Jingle All the Way) In order to get a Turbo Man doll for his son, Howard Langston must dress up like Turbo Man and win the WWE Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania. (It makes about as much sense as The Terminator being there, really, Also, Sinbad is his manager.) Signature Spots: Deck the Balls (low blow when referee isn't looking) Finishing Move: It's Turbo Time! (basically a Spear)   John Matrix (Commando) I went back and forth between John Matrix from Commando and Dutch from Predator here. While I went with John Matrix, let's just pretend there's a mud-covered skin for the character that you can use to play Dutch. Signature Spot: I'll Kill You Last (flurry of chops in the corner of the ring) [Note: As Dutch, this move is called "The Choppa"] Finishing Move: I Lied (shoots opponent with rocket launcher) [Note: As Dutch, this move is called "Do It Now!"]   Mr. Freeze (Batman and Robin) In order to find a cure for his wife's strange condition, Mr. Freeze must win the WWE Heavyweight Championship. The road to WrestleMania is paved in cold! Signature Spot: Chillax (jumping double axe handle from the second rope) Finishing Move: The Iceman Cometh (basically the Stone Cold Stunner)   Quaid (Total Recall) Quaid's fantasy is to become a pro-wrestler, so he goes into Rekall to live it out. Of course, things go wrong, and somehow he winds up hallucinating that he is a wrestler and winds up in the squared circle. He main events WrestleMania on Mars, but it's all just part of the simulation... or was it? Signature Spot: The Nose Job (submission maneuver that involves shoving his thumb up the opponent's nose) Finishing Move: Two Week Notice (throws an exploding head at opponent, all matches end in disqualification... or do they?)   Bonus Tag Team - The Benedict Twins (Julius and Vincent from Twins) Yes they'd wrestle in matching suits. Best. Tag team. Ever. Signature Spot: Twin Science (switching places without a tag, sort of like The Bella Twins) Finishing Move: Brotherly Love (Julius throws Vincent from top rope, sort of like when Colossus and Wolverine do a Fastball Special in X-Men comics)   [embed]219699:42510:0[/embed]
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The Terminator needs company in the ring
As reported on Destructoid yesterday, if you pre-order WWE 2K16, you get to play as the T-800 from The Terminator. The promo video showed Arnold Schwarzenegger recreating the bar scene from Terminator 2: Judgment Day alongsid...

Review: Terminator - Genisys

Jul 01 // Sean Walsh
[embed]218671:42029:0[/embed] Terminator: GenisysDirector: Alan TaylorRated: PG-13Release Date: July 1, 2015 We all know the story: Savior of humanity John Connor (Jason Clarke) sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back in time to prevent a terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from killing his mother Sarah (Emilia Clarke) before John is born. However, Kyle finds himself in a very different situation shortly after his arrival in 1984. What follows is a bit of timey-wimey shenanigans that only the Terminator franchise can provide. To say any more than that would really ruin the surprise. Do be warned going forward, however: I will say a little more. Fair warning. First off, you can barely tell that Arnold Schwarzenegger is sixty-seven years old. The man's charisma is absolutely infectious and seeing him in the leather jacket and sunglasses that made him a household name is like coming home again or putting on your favorite, well-worn pair of shoes. He's perfect. He's a finely-aged wine. He's Arnold Goddamn Schwarzenegger. He delivered every one of his lines with a delightfully robotic wit and I could honestly spend the rest of the review just talking about his performance but that's not very fair to the other people involved. While she's no Linda Hamilton (is anyone?), Emilia Clarke does well as the new Sarah Connor. She's a lot more well-adjusted to her situation than the Sarah Connor of yesteryear and is more than capable of protecting herself. Jai Courtney, who has come a long way since being super duper bland in A Good Day to Die Hard, is our Kyle Reese and I'll be honest: I'm for it. He didn't break new ground or completely change my movie-going experience or anything, but he was a sturdy male protagonist and when you're starring opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, that's all you can ask for. Jason Clarke's John Connor was dark, brooding, and scared (inside and out) after thirty-someodd years of fighting Terminators and he really sold it. These four are joined by Matt Smith in a brief but significant role that was blissfully kept under wraps (unlike many other facets of the film courtesy of the bastardly second trailer) and J. K. Simmons in a more substantial but similarly all-too-brief role as a detective. Finally, and I would be remiss to forget him, Lee Byung-hun of I Saw the Devil and G. I. Joe fame plays the new T-1000. He is menacing and carried that same icy cool Robert Patrick had in T2: Judgment Day. I was really very surprised with the effects in Genisys. I expected them to look good but I'll be damned if they didn't look great. All of the Terminators and other Skynet enemies looking amazing, the liquid metal looked real and, most importantly, the battle between present-day Arnold and circa-1984 Arnold was incredible. To my admittedly untrained eye, there was zero uncanny valley and he looked fantastic. Springboarding off of the effects, the action was almost non-stop. From the final assault on Skynet in 2029 in the beginning of the film, the movie GOES. The aforementioned fight between two Arnolds, a handful of car chases, a pretty excellent battle against the T-1000, and a wonderful final battle; all of it was great. I don't think I rolled my eyes during any of these sequences and after the last two films, I think that's a very good thing.   The score was good but honestly, what else do you need to hear other than DUN-DUN-DUN DUN-DUN, DUN-DUN-DUN DUN-DUN in your Terminator movie? Most important, of course, is the writing. I don't want to say too much because of all the moments where I wish I hadn't seen that stupid second trailer or any TV spots or heard any ads on Spotify or seen half of the films' posters, but what I will say is that it was an awesome movie full of twists and turns and fortunately some surprises, which is impressive considering how hard they tried to ruin it with spoilers. There's some fun time-travel stuff and at one point i was like "Oh, it's like Terminator meets 12 Monkeys," but then I realized that 12 Monkeys utilizes more or less the same time-loop that Terminator does. If you think too hard about the time travel stuff your nose may bleed and you might feel the vein in your head start to pulse uncomfortably but if you take it for what it is, it's a lot of fun. And lest I forget the most important factor: Genisys has a completely logical explanation for its inclusion in the title. There's a lot of callbacks to the first two films, many of which are a little more subtle than you'd expect. I found myself fist-pumping and quietly cheering many times over the course of the 126-minute runtime. The only real complaint I have about the story is there are a small handful of unanswered questions, but as Nick reported last September, we've got two sequels coming our way. Mr. Valdez can rest easy knowing that, in this humble reviewer's opinion, Genisys is absolutely good enough to warrant sequels. Will this film stand the test of time like the first or second films? Maybe, maybe not. Is it better than the third and fourth films? Absolutely. Am I excited for the sequels? You bet your shiny, metal asses I am. As far as summer movies go, this is one of my favorites in a long, long time. If I didn't know any better, it may well be my favorite film of 2015 (so far, mind you). I went in to this film expecting it to be awesomely bad and I left it singing its praises over and over. If nothing else, I would like to publicly apologize for anything negative I said about it in the months leading up to last night (excepting the awesomely horrific EW pictures). tl;dr: Go see Terminator: Genisys. 
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Old. Not obsolete.
Based on the stupid title, initial plot description and Entertainment Weekly photos, I was a little more than skeptical about Terminator: Genisys. Even though the synopsis had many, many things I loved in it (time travel, Emi...


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Terminator: Genisys still spoiling things with character posters


Guess they just gave up
May 11
// Matthew Razak
Serious SPOILERS incoming. When Paramount released the last trailer for Terminator: Genysis they spoiled what appeared to be a major plot point that would have helped to hook people in. We all just assumed it was a mista...
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AHNULD

Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger recreate most of his films in under 6 minutes


"I'll be back."
May 06
// Nick Valdez
Has anyone been watching the Late Late Show with James Corden? I've lost interest since Craig Ferguson left, but the guy has had some good bits. The most impressive one of the bunch is "Roll Call" where he gets a willing cele...
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Terminator 5

Newest Terminator: Genisys trailer sure has a lot of spoilers


Seriously, so many
Apr 14
// Nick Valdez
While I've been all for Terminator: Genisys' kitchen sink approach in rebooting the series, maybe I've spoken too soon. Whoever's marketing the film just went and completely spoiled the film's big twist for the film's second...
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New images for Terminator: Genisys still don't explain title spelling


Looking good, Arnold
Mar 24
// Matthew Razak
Been dying for a nice long look at Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising his role as the T100? Good, here's your chance. Empire has released a host of new images for the film and there's a nice one of Schwarzenegger looking down right handsome in his old age. Think he's wearing a girdle? Not much else new here, but at least they're better than the first look we had.  [via Collider]
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Terminator 5

Rumor: Naked Schwarzenegger will be sans Penys in Terminator: Genisys


Feb 26
// Nick Valdez
We try to stay away from rumors as much as possible, but as in the past, sometimes something so ridiculous pops up, I just have to tell you about it. Case in point, the craziest thing I've heard about Terminator: Genisys (bes...
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Terminator: Genisys to release in IMAX 3D


See every wrinkle in Schwarzenegger's face
Feb 19
// Matthew Razak
Terminator: Genisys is slowly turning things around. After being easily mocked for both its ridiculous name and its ridiculous first look images the film landed with a solid trailer. I'm not actually excited for it yet, ...
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Don't live today for tomorrow like you were immortal
This Super Bowl spot for Terminator: Genisys may take a bit of footage from the first (hilariously convoluted) trailer, but there's a bit at the end that I'm most excited for. Also, it's really hard looking at this newest po...

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Terminator 5

This fan recut Terminator: Genisys trailer is the best thing


Dec 16
// Nick Valdez
The Auralnauts folks (the ones behind the Bane Outtakes and Schwarzenegger kill count video) have hit it out of the park again.  "I know you can do it, because you already did it." Awesome. 
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This is the land of confusion
UPDATE: The newest poster has been added to the gallery! I'm digging it.  We here at Flixist have been going back and forth over whether or not we're anticipating Terminator: Genisys. For every positive move the fifthqu...

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Genisys Poster

The Terminator: Genisys poster is surprisingly not terrible


Also, it looks like it belongs to a much better movie
Dec 02
// Sean Walsh
The first Terminator: Genisys poster is here, and it looks like it is in direct disproportion to the terrible everything else we've seen so far. Check it out in the gallery. [via Imgur]
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First look at Arnold as the T-800 in Terminator Genysis


Nov 24
// Matthew Razak
So far Terminator: Genysis hasn't done anything to inspire much confidence. First there was the stupid name and then the stupid images from the first look. Thanks to the fact that expectations are so far at rock bottom f...
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UPDATE: First look at Terminator: Genisys and its horrible plot


So we're just ignoring the previous films then
Oct 30
// Matthew Razak
UPDATE: We've gotten some more images of the super angry/squinty EW shoot, and I...yeah I have nothing for this. Check them out in the gallery.  I think we all could see this coming when they named the film Terminator Ge...
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Terminator: Genisys Will Likely Be PG-13


Will all the watering down damage the endoskeletons?
Oct 14
// Jonathan Wray
Slight disappointment coming from me (and other fans, I'm sure) as it's been revealed the next installment of the Terminator franchise — which, apparently, isn't a sequel or a reboot, it's just kind of there — wil...
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Terminator 5

Terminator: Genisys already has sequels because future money


Sep 09
// Nick Valdez
The next installment in ever rebooting Terminator franchise, Genisys (I still can't believe I have to spell in like that), is on a quick track for a 2015 release even if we've seen literally nothing at this point. Despite thi...
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Terminator: Genesis is actually spelled 'Genisys'


Someone get Hollywood a dictionary!
Aug 06
// Mike Cosimano
Yeah, hold on for a sec. *fumbles to find cue cards* "Terminator: Genisys? More like Terminator: Geni-spell better!" *trips and falls into a bucket of garbage*
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Terminator 5

Terminator reboot gets its Sarah and John Connor


Both have Clarke as a last name? I see what's going on here...
Dec 13
// Nick Valdez
It seems after testing a bevy of gorgeous women for the role of Sarah Connor in the upcoming Terminator reboot (part of a planned new trilogy), Paramount has chosen Emilia Clarke (whose most notable role is from this Game of ...
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Not Terminator 5

Terminator reboot testing fine women for Sarah Connor


Brie Larson, Emilia Clarke, and Brie Larson? Oh myyyy.
Nov 12
// Nick Valdez
Now that Terminator 5 is officially a reboot of the series coming in 2015 (along with everything else ever) with Arnold Schwarzenegger signed on as a T-800 again, it's time for the cast to be narrowed down as well. According ...
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Come with me (again) if you want to live (again)
So much for Terminator 5. It turns out that the new Terminator movie is a franchise reboot that kicks off a new standalone trilogy. The reboot, simply called Terminator, will be out on June 26, 2015. The screenplay will be wr...

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James Cameron gets Terminator rights back in 2019


Even more Terminator news!
Jun 17
// Logan Otremba
To quickly recap on recent Terminator 5 news, it is known that Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming back and he will be playing as the Terminator with production possibly starting in January. We also known that Paramount picked up...
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Schwarzenegger confirms he is the Terminator


He'll be back!
Jun 13
// Logan Otremba
There has been more talk about Terminator 5 in the last couple of days thanks to Paramount grabbing everything that they can. But in more awesome news, Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he will in the fifth installment...
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Paramount seeks to grab new Terminator rights


Jun 12
// Logan Otremba
Paramount seems to be on a hot streak recently with the grabbing of all these new movie rights. Next on their lineup, Paramount is in negotiations currently to have the distribution rights for the next Terminator. This newest...
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Schwarzenegger says 'I'll be back' for Terminator 5


The Governator returns
Jan 22
// Thor Latham
Man, when Arnie returns to movies, he jumps in with both feet! The once indomitable action star seems as if he's right on track to reclaim he's long vacant throne. At a press junket in London for he's film The Last ...
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Terminator 5 may eventually get a script


Jan 18
// Logan Otremba
So the writer of the films Shutter Island and Alexander, Laeta Kalogridis, and writer of Drive Angry, Patrick Lussier, have been hired to collaborate and write the script of Terminator 5. Now, these two have collaborated befo...
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Megan Ellison secured the rights for the Terminator franchise from PacificCorp, and now has Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed to appear in Terminator 5 and possibly Terminator 6. Arnold had agreed to return to the Terminator fr...

Vic Armstrong stunt and action highlights

May 31 // Hubert Vigilla
Superman [embed]210498:38347[/embed] Vic doubled Christopher Reeve on Superman and Superman II, doing a lot of the incredible flying work in the film, including the iconic helicopter rescue above. Superman and Superman II are also notable since the production marked Vic's first work with fellow stunt performer Wendy Leech. Vic and Wendy would work on other films together, and eventually wed and have three children. Vic writes: My future second wife Wendy doubled for Margot Kidder, and it was a really tricky stunt because we were still using boxes to break falls... so Wendy did an 80-foot fall into boxes. To get into position was as scary as hell. The helicopter was a full scale replica and with Wendy perched inside it was lifted by crane up to 80 feet and then hung onto the side of the building, which was a set built on the cement area in front of the 007 stage. Next Wendy clambered into the position Lois Lane was in the film, hanging on for dear life by the seat belt straps. There were no cables: Wendy was holding on purely with her hands and her own strength. Never Say Never Again [embed]210498:38348[/embed] Vic has had a long association with James Bond, first working on You Only Live Twice as one of the infiltrating ninjas. He would also do stunts in On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Live and Let Die, and later direct the action in three of Pierce Brosnan's Bond outings. He also worked on the non-Broccoli Bond film Never Say Never Again, including this harrowing jump on horseback into the water. That's Vic doubling Sean Connery and Wendy doubling Kim Bassinger. (The horse's name was Toupee.) Leading up to this jump was a sequence in which Vic sustained a horrible injury. He writes: At one point I gallop towards a group of horsemen and burst between two riders, one falling to his right, the other to his left. I burst through, bang, horses flew through the air, but my stirrup caught one of them on the shoulder and it turned my foot completely around, dislocating my ankle. The pain was atrocious... my foot had come out of its socket... Vic went back to work the next day. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade [embed]210498:38349[/embed] Vic has long been the stunt double for Harrison Ford, starting way back with Raiders of the Lost Ark. He also doubled Harrison on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Blade Runner, Frantic, and Return of the Jedi. Vic actually came out of retirement as a stuntman in order to double Harrison on Last Crusade. The above jump from horseback to tank is how The True Adventures of the World's Greatest Stuntman begins. Just check out this photo of Vic and Harrison side by side. Copyright © 2012 Vic Armstrong and Robert Sellers It's a little bit uncanny, and Vic mentions some humorous cases of mistaken identity while shooting Raiders. After Harrison sustained an unfortunate back injury on Temple of Doom, Vic's resemblance allowed the production to continue shooting action sequences rather than halting for a few weeks. Henry V Reading the book, you get the sense that a stunt performer's gigs can be unpredictable. And so Vic went from working on Rambo III, at the time one of the most expensive movies ever made, to working on Kenneth Branagh's directorial debut, the very low-budget Shakespearean history Henry V. His job was to train all of the primary actors to ride horses, run the second unit, and stage the Battle of Agincourt. Branagh would call on Vic 20 years later to handle action duties on Thor. Unfortunately I couldn't find an isolated clip of the battle itself, but if you click on the above image, you can go to a clip of Branagh delivering the famous St. Crispin's Day speech. Terminator 2: Judgement Day Vic was originally going to shoot second unit for Terminator 2: Judgement Day, but he was busy prepping for Universal Soldier. However, James Cameron asked him to shoot the opening future war sequence of the film. The catch: there were just four nights to shoot the whole thing. "Bloody typical," Vic writes, but he does acknowledge that Cameron would have shot the sequence himself if he wasn't busy editing the rest of the movie. The clip of the opening sequence can't be embedded, so click on the Terminator to check it out. The World is Not Enough [embed]210498:38351[/embed] Vic returned to the Bond franchise with Tomorrow Never Dies, and continued to work with the series for the rest of Pierce Brosnan's run with the character. One of the best action sequences that Vic directed for the Bond films was the above pre-credits boat chase from The World is Not Enough. (It begins at 3:30.) According to Vic, "All the script said was that Bond's boat leaves the MI6 building chasing a female assassin in her boat, that they had to finish at the Millennium Dome, plus a hot air balloon had to be involved." It took three weeks to shoot the chase along the Thames, and the only CG used was for the torpedoes. Vic also writes about the shoot causing a stir with the government: We got a lot of complaints from the politicians in the Houses of Parliament that we were making too much noise, what with boats racing up and down and gunfire, until the then-Home Secretary Jack Straw told them, 'Come on, guys, there's an awful lot of money being generated by all this, the film, and the publicity London will get from it.' After that they were dine. Gangs of New York [embed]210498:38350[/embed] Vic was brought onto Gangs of New York to help Martin Scorsese not go too far over schedule. Scorsese gave Vic copies of Eisenstein, Dovzhenko, and Pudovkin movies to watch, a little visual homework before he stepped on to the production. Scorsese revealed himself a knowledgeable fan of Vic's, and even spoke to him about a shot from the Battle of Agincourt in Henry V. Vic notes that the Battle of the Points was the biggest set piece he'd worked on, and he auditioned 300 English stuntmen, fighters, and wrestlers to be in it. He writes: I planned the whole battle sequence and worked with Marty shooting it. Then he left to carry on with studio interiors while I mopped up all the assorted bits of carnage, like ripping people's faces open and breaking kneecaps. Scorsese would sometimes step away from boring set-ups to observe the bloody brutality.
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Tomorrow we'll run our interview with the legendary stunt performer and action director Vic Armstrong, in which wel talk about his career and the updated edition of The True Adventures of the World's Greatest Stuntman (Titan ...

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Arnold in new Avatar-styled Terminator movie?


Jan 20
// Jamie R Stone
Alright, so take this bit of news with a HUGE grain of salt, but apparently the enthusiasm of Terminator fans can't be stifled. After seeing what became of Terminator Salvation, fans were enraged and wanted a film that was fa...
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Monday Movie Trivia: James Cameron & OJ Simpson


Dec 19
// Tom Fronczak
A family member gave me The Indispensable Book of Useless Information as an early Christmas gift, and I've learned and remembered several awesome pieces of movie trivia. Over the coming weeks I'll share some of the cooler finds from the book, which is a cheap five dollar stocking stuffer on Amazon. Hit the jump for some fun James Cameron trivia!
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Justin Lin off Terminator 5...for now


Sep 21
// Alex Katz
Terminator fans, be ready to be a bit sad. After negotiating for some time, Fast Five director Justin Lin is no longer in line to direct the fifth installment in the Terminator series, heralded as the return of Arno...

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