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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Blu-ray Review: Awesome 5-Disc Set For ‘Terminator Anthology’

Terminator Anthology

CHICAGO – It’s incredibly easy to make jokes about the 3rd and 4th subpar films in the “Terminator Anthology” but that’s missing the point. Yes, the series goes downhill a bit after the amazing “T2” and slides even further in the pretty awful McG finale but collectors don’t care. This is a set, exclusive to Best Buy and the WB Online Shop, for true collectors, those of you who get excited for nifty packaging and the ability to hold a whole series in your hands. It’s a great box set even if not all four movies could correctly be called “great.”

Christian Bale in Negotiations to Star in ‘Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins’

Christian Bale

After earlier rumors along the same line, Hollywood Reporter and Variety on Sunday are both reporting that Christian Bale is in talks to star in “Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins”.

McG to Direct Fourth ‘Terminator’; New Script-Submitting Web Site Launches

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

On Friday, I received a tip from a new source stating that McG (born Joseph McGinty Nichol) will direct the fourth “Terminator” film, which is currently titled “Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins”.

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