I like it
Aren't we already well past the date when Skynet was supposed to take over the world? So what are they still fighting about? I don't see any warrior robots anywhere (well, other than drones, but those aren't even autonomous).
Or have they pushed this human v robots war further into the future in the franchise?
I haven't seen anything beyond T2 and never will.
oh yeah, thanks for reminding me of that particular ouroboros... time travel movies really have monumentally stupid plots if you think about itI'll make it easy for you.
"Aren't we already well past the date when Skynet was supposed to take over the world?"
"By blowing up Cyberdyne, Destroying the chip and robot arm, Sarah changed the future again. Cyberdyne, Skynet are all gone".
One more time: No more Cyberdyne, no more Skynet. They were defeated in T2. Judgment day never happened. This movie explores the consequences of her actions
It doesn't look too different from, say, recent Avengers or Star Wars posters. I think they're meant to be alterable anyway so it seems there's no real artistic vision set in stone. FX, they may make a certain character bigger and maybe scrap another for the Asian market.looks like a B-movie poster
but then again it very likely will be one
Older explanation:Arnold sure looks old
why are robots aging btw? shouldn't Terminator still look young?
In other words, the most farfetched time-traveling post-T2 has been done by the writers of the show.So how does all of this aging/not-aging work in Terminator Genisys work? Here’s how original creator James Cameron explained a cyborg’s miraculous aging ability:
[T]he outer covering (of the Terminator) was actually not synthetic, that it was organic and therefore could age. You could theoretically have a Terminator that was sent back in time, missed his target, and ended up just kind of living on in society. Because he is a learning computer and has a brain as a central processor he could actually become more human as he went along without getting discovered.