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First Look At A Terminator Factory
John Connor visits the machine home

11 December 2008  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: LA Times

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After all the excitement over the trailer yesterday, there's more Terminator Salvation news today with a new pic showing John Connor visiting a Terminator factory, where he appears to have wandered away from the guided tour.

The film's plot sees Connor heading the human resistance in the war against the machines in 2018, where he and his supporters are outnumbered and outgunned by the machine hordes and facing extinction. Word is that the tone of the film is dark and gritty, which we can only hope is the case.

First Look At A Terminator Factory
Click the image above to view a larger version on LATimes.com

Terminator Salvation is out here on June 5, 2009, but you can see the trailer here in the meantime.

 


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RE: too much fun stuff but the reboot starts here maybe...
L: stoplookingatme to be fair to the new film i think you can explain aay anything to do with time travel because of course it doesnt exist so you can live by whatever rules you set yourself so something a simple as saying the things that have happened over the 3 movies so far could have changed the future so we have shinny new machines now but as for the film as a whole, from just the trailer i dont think its going to give the franchise any kind of stability or credibility. stopping a More

Posted by horatio hornblower at 13:29 on 15 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: too much fun stuff but the reboot starts here maybe...
L: stoplookingatme to be fair to the new film i think you can explain aay anything to do with time travel because of course it doesnt exist so you can live by whatever rules you set yourself so something a simple as saying the things that have happened over the 3 movies so far could have changed the future so we have shinny new machines now but as for the film as a whole, from just the trailer i dont think its going to give the franchise any kind of stability or credibility. stopping at n More

Posted by Paxton at 12:42 on 15 December 2008 | Report This Post

Haven't seen T3
because it didn't look any good as a rehash of the first two. This however look amazing. But the idea of the clone wars was a good one and we know how that worked out. Dave http://davegjones1.blogspot.com/ More

Posted by davegjones at 14:02 on 14 December 2008 | Report This Post

Meh
I don't really care about this film to tell you the truth. and I am a HUGE Terminator fan. I could practically recite the whole of the first 2 films line for line as well as himming the score over a silent scene. More

Posted by Workshed at 16:01 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: too much fun stuff but the reboot starts here maybe...
L: stoplookingatme to be fair to the new film i think you can explain aay anything to do with time travel because of course it doesnt exist so you can live by whatever rules you set yourself so something a simple as saying the things that have happened over the 3 movies so far could have changed the future so we have shinny new machines now but as for the film as a whole, from just the trailer i dont think its going to give the franchise any kind of stability or credibility. stopping at nu More

Posted by waltham1979 at 15:30 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

too much fun stuff but the reboot starts here maybe...
to be fair to the new film i think you can explain aay anything to do with time travel because of course it doesnt exist so you can live by whatever rules you set yourself so something a simple as saying the things that have happened over the 3 movies so far could have changed the future so we have shinny new machines now but as for the film as a whole, from just the trailer i dont think its going to give the franchise any kind of stability or credibility. stopping at number 2 wuld have been ide More

Posted by stoplookingatme at 15:18 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

looks great
saw the trailor looks great, looking at this image i thinks for robots who like things shiny they're filthy working conditions hee hee More

Posted by SteadyEddie at 23:34 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Machines building machines.. how perverse
L: Ulmaceae Is it just me, or is that what looks like a dismantled WALL-E in the bottom right corner? You can see caterpillar tracks just by JC's feet... Or have the mad crowds at Woolies DVD counter addled my brain? .............Looks like Johnny 5 to me!Anyhoo, I was expecting a flashy, steely sorta place but so far so good..... More

Posted by Sphinx at 21:50 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Machines building machines.. how perverse
Is it just me, or is that what looks like a dismantled WALL-E in the bottom right corner? You can see caterpillar tracks just by JC's feet... Or have the mad crowds at Woolies DVD counter addled my brain? More

Posted by Ulmaceae at 13:24 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Any surprises left for you know...
... seeing it at the cinema? More

Posted by keyzersaulsie at 11:29 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Isn't the Terminator on the right looking at him...? More

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I...
Ooooooooooooooooooooooooh likey likey !! More

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Look at the shiny shiny
Finally delivery on the promise that T2 teaser gave us oh so long ago..."smash those metal mothers into junk" More

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