'Terminator 2' Chase Scene Recreated In 'Grand Theft Auto V'

If the 'Grand Theft Auto V' games have been successful in any regard, it's at making me want to listen to Guns N' Roses. It's astounding that this technology exists yet we STILL can't shoot the dog in Duck Hunt. YouTube user John Chapman and some friends used Grand Theft Auto V to recreate the L.A. River chase scene from Terminator 2: Judgement Day. It's really well done and must have taken a long time to get the shots right. As if anyone stays on mission in those games anyway. For comparison, here is the scene from James Cameron's sequel. This movie is so damn good. Now I'm going to have to listen to Guns N' Roses all afternoon.

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High School Principal Suspended For Making Lame 'Terminator' Video

The only way this could have gone more poorly would be if he dressed up as the Joker. A high school principal in Everett, MA has come under fire after making an objectionable video and screening it for students. Shown during morning announcements, Erick Naumann is seen stalking the halls of the school as "The Naumannator." Inter-cut with scenes from Terminator 2: Judgement Day of a burning playground and Linda Hamilton struggling to escape an armed assailant, the video is just awful. Especially now. It was just all wrong. The only way this could have gone more poorly would be if he had dressed up as the Joker. Roy Barrows, the school's technology teacher who helped make the video, also received a two-day suspension. However, I'd argue that his sentence should be more severe. He's supposed to be teaching kids this stuff. The lighting, the acting. Just terrible. And you call that editing?!?!? (Boston.com)


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The rules have been reset. The trailer of Terminator: Genisys begins with a naked Kyle Reese floating in a time machine while resistance leader John Connor and several others stare at his wang with hopeful eyes. However, the 1984 that he expected to travel back to no longer exists. There's been some kind of rift that's created an alternate universe where Sarah Connor is a badass with an aged T-800 for a father. It sets the stage for big rewards for fans of the first two films by re-purposing iconic characters, dialogue, locations, and sequences. I know it looks confusing, but if this new direction works the pay-off will be worth it. Think of it as being awesome in all of the ways that Back to the Future II is (multiple versions of one character in the same timeline; scenes revisited), but with the added bonus of killer robots, your favorite Terminator catchphrases, and Arnold Schwarzenegger back in Mr. Olympia shape thanks to the miracles of CGI.


Happy Super Bowl. Here's a 'Terminator: Genisys' Trailer

Yup, he says, "I'll be back." Since Super Bowl ads are now considered entertainment, much to marketers' delight, companies are leaking them earlier and earlier. This Terminator: Genisys trailer, to run on Sunday's game, is no exception. It's a Super Bowl ad that runs before the Super Bowl. Which I guess just makes it an ad. Whatever. It's Terminator, and I think we're all interested to see if we can ignore the past two and get back to the greatness of 1 and 2. From the looks of this...Can we? (Deadline)