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'Terminator Genisys' Not a Sequel nor a Prequel? Standalone Film Confirmed by Producers

June 4
9:36 AM 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger traveled to Australia for his bodybuilding event and also to promote his upcoming movie 'Terminator Genisys.' There, he was taken a picture with Sydney's Opera House in his background where in one of the shots he posed a don't-mess-with-me-face.

Starring Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Byung-hun Lee, J.K. Simmons Matthew Smith and of course Arnold Schwarzenegger, the film will be in theaters this July 1.

According to Phil Star, the film would follow Sgt. Kyle Reese (Courtney) being sent back to 1984 by John Connor (Jason Clark) to protect his sister Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke), but the timeline was broken due to unknown circumstances. Reese will find himself being with the Guardian (Schwarzenegger) and a handful of enemies along the way.

Producers of the film stated that 'Terminator Genisys' is not a sequel or anything like it. "Viewers don't have to be familiar with any of the previous films at all-this is definitely a stand-alone. Exploiting the inherent nature of time travel, we go off on a divergent timeline to take these characters that audiences and I grew up with in a completely new direction," David Ellison said.

Aside from the film's forthcoming, Schwarzenegger is also busy about his bodybuilding events. He remembered his early days when he was still a newbie bodybuilder. "Everyone in Hollywood warned me when I was training and competing in bodybuilding, if you ever wanted to get into movies, you won't have a chance because you're just too big, your accent is just off, and I said to myself I think that they are totally wrong because I don't want to be one of a million guys that all look alike," Arnold said.

When he talked about his movie 'Terminator Genisys,' he said that even though it's a sci-fi movie people know this world will become real. He added "There is something really fascinating about it. If you think about in 1984, people really thought what a crazy idea that machines take over, but look what happened now in the last 30 years - they have taken over." 

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