Did you know that they apparently made another Terminator movie in 2015? Despite having seen it in theaters back during its original run, this still strikes me as new, hard-to-believe information. If there was really a new installment of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s popular sci-fi/action franchise as recently as two years ago, wouldn’t someone remember that? Wikipedia claims that the film (subtitled Genisys, which sounds fake but okay) attempted to launch Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke’s big-screen phase of her career, included a clutch starring role from Ahnuld himself, and earned the second-most of any entry in the series. Call me crazy, but that seems like a pretty major occurrence to have entirely fled the public‘s collective pop-cultural memory. I’m skeptical — does this look like a real movie to you?
Imagine walking into a wax museum and posing next to a model, only to have it come to life. Or picture yourself posing with one of those characters in Times Square, only to have the real thing show up.
We know one person who's probably very happy Arnold Schwarzenegger won't be baahck: that saint of a woman known as Maria Shriver.
In his new tell-too-much autobiography, Schwarzenegger describes how he set a new bar for douchebag husbands the world over by doing little things like keeping secrets and having affairs and, you know, impregnating the help. And now we all get to hear about it, whether
YouTube In honor of the late Richard Dawson who passed away over the weekend, today's movie trivia takes us back to 1987. This American action film loosely based on Stephen King's 1982 novel of the same name. The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, María Conchita Alonso, Jesse Ventura, Jim Brown, and Richard Dawson. Name the film for a chance to win NCG movie passes!