Take a look at the war between the surviving human race and the killing machines through a newly-released trailer of McG's 'Terminator Salvation'.
The much anticipated trailer of "Terminator Salvation" has arrived. Reeling in many never-before-seen footage from the action sci-fi film, the two-minute more video from Apple previews the war between the surviving men in the resistance army who are led by John Connor and the machines programed to kill all the human.
Opened with a shot of a deserted and destroyed gas station, the footage continues with Marcus Wright's voiceover asking, "What day is it? What year?" His question is then answered by Kyle Reece who states that they are in the year of 2018. When Wright seeks further explanation about what happens to the place, Reece throws the idea of "Judgment Day". Following that, the war sequences take over, teasing on the actions as well as the killing robots.
In addition to the newly-released trailer, a Japanese trailer of the Warner Bros. thriller has leaked out. It can also be seen below.
Teaming up Christian Bale and Sam Worthington as John Connor and Marcus Wright respectively, "Terminator Salvation" will also see Anton Yelchin, Moon Bloodgood, Common, Bryce Dallas Howard and Helena Bonham Carter as the cast ensemble. It is slated to be released in the U.S. on May 22, 2009.
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- "Terminator Salvation" Japanese Trailer: