The franchise's new owners don't need to honor McG's rights-of-first-refusal deal to direct any sequels, says an awesome judge.
His perfection-seeking directing style simply got the better of him.
We're not sure this is it, but hey, at least it's something.
'Terminator Salvation' and 'Watchmen' were both allegedly made stinkers by fanboy-appeasing filmmakers — what's next?
Does this un-conquer the Uncanny Valley? You decide!
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McG: "I have an Irish curse and I think we’re all familiar with exactly how [I'm endowed]."
Flights to Guam! DeLoreans! Airborne telephone booths! Why can't the pretend scientists of movies and television invent a practical way of sending people through time?
Explains director McG: "We thought, 'Well, that would be ridiculous to make it tough for kids to go see this movie.'''
So sayeth McG, "If he’s up for it, we can both reveal ourselves on the Spartacus steps at Universal and put the question to rest."
We're not sure how to feel about this.
"But let's make everything clear. Our union, SAG, does not allow us to have real sex."
According to a co-star, Arnold will indeed have a cameo.
It appears that WB has forced McG to edit 'Terminator Salvation' for a PG-13 rating.
How much money will this summer's blockbusters make? And how will they fare against last year's record-breaking hits?
Heck if we know!
McG may have a huge hit on his hands. McG, we said, McG!
Is Warner Bros. demanding a PG-13 rating?
Fanboys sure hope so!
"I make no excuses ... I was way out of order, I acted like a punk."
"It's [expletive] distracting!"
The scene they were shooting was "the emotional center of the film," which required "soul-bearing [sic] and a deep level of immersive concentration."
We'd love to hear what Polow da Don could do with this.
Some poor crew member accidentally messed up one of Bale's scenes during the shooting of 'Terminator Salvation'. Hear a leaked tape of his completely reasonable reaction!
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