It’s not just the usual crop of celebrity big mouths who have said things that have offended huge numbers of people. Even national treasures have expressed some pretty strange - and often offensive - opinions too.
There’s little doubt James Cameron’s 1984 sci-fi action hit The Terminator broke new ground in movie making. Now considered a modern classic, the 30-year-old film also represents a seismic shift in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s career, the actor and former “Governator” shared in an interview that appears in the forthcoming 3D Blu-ray combo pack of Terminator Genisys. Up until his groundbreaking gig as a cyborg assassin from the future, Schwarzenegger was best known for playing Conan the Barbarian in the fantasy action series of the same name.
Tom Arnold has amassed over 150 movie and TV credits in his 30 year career, but it’s one of his first big screen roles that remains his most memorable. The 56-year-old actor got his big film break in the 1994 action flick True Lies, playing the comic sidekick to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s secret agent as they pursue the agent’s adventure-seeking wife (played by Jamie Lee Curtis). As Arnold told Yahoo Movies earlier this month, he owes it all to the film’s director, James Cameron.
We went back in time with 'Terminator Genisys' star Arnold Schwarzenegger to look back at some of his most memorable roles in our latest installment of "Role Recall."
In a joint promotion between Paramount and the popular GPS app Waze, Arnold Schwarzenegger will be directing drivers around their respective towns in character as the Terminator.
Wait, J.K. Simmons is in 'Terminator Genisys?' After being MIA in all the previous teaser footage for the upcoming “re-imagining" of the Arnold Schwarzenegger blockbuster series, the newly minted Oscar winner appears in this exclusive new TV spot as a neurotic San Francisco police detective.
As reported, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady makes an appropriately raunchy cameo in the new TV spot for the comedy sequel. When Ted and Tami-Lynn decide they want a baby, they need to find a superstar sperm donor. On the plus side, Ted gets to experience one of Brady’s perfect spirals first-hand.
The first trailer for 'Terminator: Genisys' shows us Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to the sci-fi series.
The new issue of Entertainment Weekly reveals that Terminator: Genisys, the new reboot/sequel directed by Thor helmer Alan Taylor, begins in 2029, but will at some points revisit the first movie’s storyline. James Cameron’s original, of course, involved a young Sarah Connor being hunted down by the T-800 killing machine back in 1984. This time around, though, the ‘bot will actually be a father figure to Sarah (played here by Emilia Clarke), one of several significant tweaks in this “alternate timeline” continuation meant to satisfy old fans and give the story room to expand on its own.
The world has been calling Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest franchise installmentTerminator Genesis — until today. The action megastar revealed the sequel’s title art on Instagram , which includes the intentional misspelling: Genisys. (Note the strategically placed “i” and “y.”) "Hasta la vista, baby," Schwarzenegger wrote alongside an image of his silhouette seated in aTerminator Genisys chair.