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US Release Date: 7/1/15

“It was just like riding a bicycle,” says Arnold Schwarzenegger on returning to the role of the titular killer cyborg in Terminator: Genisys.  “You fall right back into it. I remember when I read the script and I started practicing the lines.  I started talking like a machine again.”

TERMINATOR GENISYSFor the star, it was just a matter of slipping right back into character.

“The first thing I thought was ‘Finally, they are doing another one,” says Schwarzenegger in the film’s production notes.  “And finally I am again in the movie!

Schwarzenegger, of course, played the character in director James Cameron’s first two Terminator movies and then returned for a third go round in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.  When it came to the latest adventure, the star was thrilled that Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier were handling the script.  Kalogridis previously penned the Martin Scorsese directed Shutter Island, among other projects, while Lussier’s directorial credits include Dracula 2000.

“I just liked the direction {the story} was taking from the beginning,” he recalls.

That direction, which allows the story to unfold in 1984 and 2017, harkens back to the events of Cameron’s first Terminator outing, but we won’t say too much for fear of revealing spoilers.  Emile Clark – best known as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones – plays Sarah Connor, the iconic action heroine played by Linda Hamilton in Cameron’s first two movies – and the mother of John Connor (Jason Clarke) – future leader of the human Resistance against the machines which rose up against the human race, caused a nuclear holocaust and ruled over the remains of the world.

Meanwhile, Schwarzenegger’s Terminator is protecting Sarah from the T-800, an earlier version of himself.   Jump to 2017, and John Connor sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to also protect Sarah.

“I protect Sarah Connor, and anything that is coming close to her, or is threatening her I terminate,” Schwarzenegger reveals.  “So I’m the Terminator in some ways, and I’m the Protector in another way. So you have to be very careful in how you play that in each moment.”

As a means of getting into character, the star drew upon his experience as a dedicated and loving family man.

“It helped I think that I’ve had daughters — my first daughter was born when we did “Total Recall” I remember in Mexico, and she’s now twenty-five years old. And so when you grow up, and when you’re father of two daughters, I think you learn a lot including how to be protective. I think that experience helped me a lot.”

For her part, Clarke went through extensive firearm training.

“I didn’t know anything about guns before this film, and now, well, I know a lot about guns!  Since I had done some stunt work before, they also had me preparing, to get a physical understanding of what was going to be needed.”

This version of Sarah Connor, it turns out, has been raised by the Terminator to be a warrior and survivor.

“A lot of what was done was to help me feel comfortable embodying that part of Sarah, always being prepared.  I worked with an amazing military advisor, and a weapons specialist, and then stunts and just physical training.”Meanwhile, director Alan Taylor, helmer of Thor: The Dark World and episodes of Game of Thrones, says the movie is not necessarily what the audience is expecting.

“That’s something that goes deep into the DNA of the Terminator movies: Cameron’s first movie uses Arnold’s character in one way and then he completely inverted for the second and nobody saw it coming. You can go into new territory with characters that you already have a feeling for but they take you somewhere that you never saw coming.”

 

Studio: Paramount Pictures

Director: Alan Taylor

Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emile Clarke, Jason Clarke, Jai Courtney and J.K. Simmons

Screenwriter: Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier

Producers: Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and Roy Lee

Executive Producers: J.R. Young, Audrey Chon and Becki Cross Trujillo

Quote Source:  Paramount Pictures Press Notes

Image Info: Emile Clarke is Sarah Connor in Terminator: Genisys.   Copyright 2015 Paramount Pictures.   All Rights Reserved

Date Posted: 6/29/15

 

 


 

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