These are the work of Jesse Bray, whose portraits of famous pop culture characters have just enough geometry to them to be interesting but aren’t completely abstracted.
The future is officially free from Skynet. Or, worse, a sequel to Genisys. Paramount announced today that the film called Terminator 2 on its schedule has been pulled from its schedule. Baywatch now has its May 19, 2017 release date. [Deadline]
In Syfy’s next brand new show, Hunters, an FBI agent joins a special government division that fights against the worst kind of terrorists of all: aliens. And they may have taken his wife captive. This new trailer, shown today at the Television Critics Association, really hits the “War on Terror” themes hard.
It sucks that Will Smith won’t be in the Independence Day sequel—but wait ‘til you hear the random explanation for his character being gone. Alas, this is standard practice. When stars decide not to come back, movies come up with rationales for writing them out, that go beyond “dog ate my homework.”
It’s long been a recognized fact of existence that the best Terminator concept art is the Judgment Day concept art, or else art showing the war against Skynet in the future. So these brand new art pieces, showing Judgment Day in action, are pure apocalyptic gold.
It looks goofy as hell, that’s what it looks like. Whenever a movie relies as heavily on CGI and visual effects as Terminator: Genysis does, seeing the “real” footage is always weird. Needless to say, there are some spoilers if you chose to watch the video below.
Despite a box office of $90 million in the United States, Terminator: Genysis has only caused the studio to reevaluate the direction of the franchise. You know, instead of taking the perfectly logical step of stopping the reboot madness.
Lego is making two new shows for Netflix. George Miller denies he’s involved in Man of Steel 2, while Daniel Craig says there’s at least one more Bond movie left in him after SPECTRE. An animated Ghostbusters film may be in the works. Plus clips from Doctor Who, and Agents of SHIELD. So Many Spoilers!
It’s survival week, so today we’re going to celebrate by looking at a group from movies and television that would look paranoid, except everyone really is out to get them. If it all goes to hell, stick close to these people.
Greetings, folks! I’m in the desolate ruins of New York City, visiting the former Gawker offices for the first time (honestly, it’s hard to tell what was destroyed in the apocalypse and what is just unfinished construction). But there’s always time for mail, including why toy collectors are so bitter, whether movie…
Terminator Genisys was a flop in the United States, making just $89 million here. But now Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return to the franchise has scored a monster opening day in China, which means it will probably wind up being considered a hit overall. And a sequel just got much more likely.
It’s the supercut to end all supercuts! Arnold Schwarzenegger himself assembled this collection of the explosions features in all his movies—okay, he probably hired a team to do it, but I love the idea of Arnold hunched over a MacBook fiddling with Final Cut Pro—and the result is the best 30 minutes you’ll spend all…
NECA have had the license to make Terminator toys for so long, it’s bizarre to think that we’re only just getting a Sarah Connor figure from them. It looks like it’s worth the wait though, because this is pretty much the ultimate badass Linda Hamilton figure you could ever want.
There were three major attempts to resurrect old franchises this summer: Mad Max: Fury Road, Terminator Genisys, and Jurassic World. One was a critical hit with modest commercial success, one was a failure at both, and the third was a greater commercial than critical success. What lessons can we learn from them?
Is Zack Snyder’s son playing Robin in Batman v Superman? The next season of Arrow could be drawing on a famous comic book storyline. The future of the Terminator has been put in doubt following Genisys. Plus, new footage from Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Fantastic Four. To me, my Spoilers!
Greetings, my pernicious pen partners! I actually had thought that I’d be able to have a “Postal Apocalypse” last week during Comic-Con. Comic-Con had other plans that involved me working 14-hour days and sobbing hysterically at my desk, begging for the sweet release of death. But I’m better now! So on with your…
There’s no need to beat around the bush; if you saw the newest installment in the Terminator franchise in the past week, you have questions. Big questions. Some of them no one can help you with. But come with me if you want to make some semblance of coherency out of this movie with our patented spoiler FAQ.
Victor Martinez has blown our minds with dazzling concept art for Star Trek Into Darkness and Real Steel. And his Terminator Genisys concept is no less astounding. Given a chance to reimagine Skynet’s arsenal, Martinez went all out. The result is nothing less than some of the best Terminator artwork ever.
Terminator Genisys didn’t just underperform at the U.S. box office—it also attracted an audience that skewed older. Maybe not surprising, for a film that rewards intricate knowledge of a movie from 1984. But which movie sequel relied the most on references to earlier films?
Explosions, gunshots, and car crashes may not stop the Terminator, but even a cyborg assassin from the future isn’t immune to the aging process. Here’s a scientific look at the Terminator’s organic bits.