King of the World, Friend to Arnold, and Director of Terminator, James Cameron has been tied up in endless Avatar pre-production as of late, since he is preparing to film 4(!) sequels back-to-back. Well, he took a short break from all that to have a Facebook live interview, helping to promote the premiere of the new 3D version of Terminator 2: Judgment Day
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As we're sure you're aware of by now, The New Celebrity Apprentice airs TONIGHT at 8pm Eastern, 7pm Central time on NBC! To celebrate, we decided to talk with another contestant, the great rocker Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe fame! Enjoy the interview, and you can hear it on the next Arnold Radio News episode!
It was so great talking with Bennett that we decided to follow up with another great Arnold co-star who has been both a friend and foe for Arnold: the unforgettable Marshall Bell, who played Webster in Twins and George/Kuato in Total Recall. Marshall has been one of my favorite "that guy" actors for a while-- whenever he shows up in a movie, you know he's going to steal the scene.
We love seeking out the most memorable Arnold co-stars and chatting with them about their experience in their iconic roles with Arnold, as well as finding out what projects they’re currently up to. Such an opportunity just happened with Vernon Wells-- that’s right, Matrix’s arch-rival Bennett from Commando!
The script is approved, the director has been chosen, official teaser posters have been revealed, and the studio has greenlit the project for a March 2nd, 2018 release date. The only thing which which was not made official, until now, was whether Arnold Schwarzenegger was in talks to return in the new Predator film, written and directed by Shane Black (Iron Man 3).
If you didn't guess, we had a blast in LA last month. As if just being on the red carpet for the biggest Arnold film to come out in over a decade wasn't cool enough, we got to Periscope from Arnold's account, then walk with Arnold into the Kodak Theater, watch the film itself with the most enthusiastic crowd possible, and then waltz on over to the swanky after party!
We continue in our series of Terminator Genisys Red Carpet interviews with actor Wayne Bastrup. It was cool to meet him in person since he had just been on Arnold Radio News the week before. If you didn't catch that, it's episode 29: Don't Bump His Selfie Stick!
On any red carpet, the stars of the film and other celebrities get the lions' share of attention from the press, and sure, it is cool to see and talk to them, but it's the behind the scenes contributors that often have the more interesting things to say. We love talking to these people and see how the process of getting the film made happened along with what goodies may still be in store for the Blu-ray or future installments. So when we saw the writers of Terminator Genisys walking by
During our time on the Terminator Genisys red carpet, TheArnoldFans spoke with many friendly cast and crew and even chatted with some cool celebrities who walked the carpet to just show their support. One of these celebrities, not in the film but here to see a great new Arnold movie, was actor, Nerdist and Talking Dead host, Chris Hardwick. Some of you might even remember Chris had a small part in T3: Rise of the Machines!
Now that you’ve heard our initial thoughts on Terminator Genisys and hopefully have plans for seeing it with all your friends the next few days, let’s talk about our Hollywood red carpet adventure! TAFs top dogs Randy Jennings and The Gillinator were both in Hollywood at the Dolby Theater (after an amazing Conan screening the night before… this tale shall also be told) ready for a big spectacle, and we sure got one!