For those who is yearning to know more about the upcoming action flick "Terminator Salvation", there is an interesting news coming out recently. The latest report concerning the movie suggested that the artificially intelligent cyborg portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the first three "Terminator" films will be making an appearance in this fourth movie.
Unlike in the first three films though, the T-800 series robot won't be starred by its original depicter but instead opts to go with another former bodybuilder Roland Kickinger. Reported by The Clinton News-Record, it is noted that in the forthcoming movie, there will be a scene showing the first meeting between John Connor and the Terminator.
Revealing about what can be considered as spoiler, Kickinger spoke about the scene stating, "There's a very strong scene in the film where John Connor for the first time meets the Terminator, and he doesn't know if he's a good guy or a bad guy." Adding further, the man who has once played Schwarzenegger in a 2005 biopic "See Arnold Run" said, "It's Arnold's character in the first Terminator. That's basically my role, but 20 years before, so it establishes how the Terminator [came] about."
"Terminator Salvation" will be set in post-apocalyptic 2018 in which Connor led a resistance army formed by the survivors. The movie is said not to be focused on Connor's character, but on Marcus Wright, a stranger to the group who loses his memory. Joining the fight against the killing robots, Wright will help Connor in finding a terrible truth behind the extermination of men.
Directed by McG, it will see a line of talented actors, including Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin, Moon Bloodgood, Common and Bryce Dallas Howard. The Warner Bros. Pictures' film is set for May 22, 2009.