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‘Terminator Genisys’ Super Bowl Spot Is All Arnold!

It’s time to reset the future…

Arnie teased it and now it’s here, a new official teaser poster to go along with the Big Game Super Bowl TV Spot for Terminator Genisys, in theaters July 1, 2015.

The new TV Spot is basically a highlight reel of Arnold Schwarzenegger, only older (see above), and younger, and who knows. It’s still pretty cool.

Oh and there’s a synopsis, too!

When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn of events creates a fractured timeline. Now, Sgt. Reese finds himself in a new and unfamiliar version of the past, where he is faced with unlikely allies, including the Guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger), dangerous new enemies, and an unexpected new mission: To reset the future…




  • Chachi

    The T2 fan boy in me is slowing getting excited for this. Hope it’s a World War Z style ‘low expectations/over deliver’ type sleeper.

  • astronauta69

    Arnold is the man!

  • EvilWhiteMale

    Heaping pile of shit.

    • Nanner Bux

      Says the dude with the generic pentagram for an avatar. EWWWW so dark and brooding.

      • EvilWhiteMale

        It’s actual a baphomet. But thanks for exposing your stupidity.


        • alliedcola

          Yay, you’re such a badass… now tell me how tortured and dark and brutal you are… it’ll totally impress me…

          • EvilWhiteMale

            I’m none of the three. So, not only do you not know what a baphomet is, but you’re totally ignorant in assuming you know of my true nature.

            Again, DUMBASS

          • alliedcola

            *sigh*… okay, honey… i’ll give you a fucking history lesson.

            Baphomet is an idol that was apparently incorporated and worshiped by the Knights Templar when they encountered Islamic teachings, and was later tied to satanism because… well… it’s generally depicted a fucking goat guy (i forget it’s actual name), and it’s even become the representation of “The Devil” in the tarot, the Baphomet/goat pentagram has most recently been adopted as a symbol by modern satanists/whiny emo bitches, specifically the Church of Satan (which happen to be both, it even started in a literal “Black House” :P)… also, the first instance of a Baphomet pentagram showed up in the 1890’s i believe… and that’s all WITHOUT google, motherfucker. 😀

            Also, sorry if i misjudged you, it’s just that almost everyone else i’ve encountered with an actual knowledge of the occult is either a sick piece of shit or some immature metalhead.

  • elsewhere

    This franchise has been a joke ever since T2. The first movie however is great.

    • bdwolfe312

      You’re at least 2/3 right…but are you honestly suggesting that T2 wasn’t the most amazing fucking movie ever? Because while I am a minority that thinks the first is best…man, T2 is one of the best films EVER. Easily the best of my childhood, and you’re going to have a hard time finding people on this forum that disagree with me.

      • elsewhere

        The Terminator isn’t supposed to be friendly. Or have crap one liners like “Hasta la vista, baby”.

        There are some very cool action segments in it. I’ll give you that. But I much prefer the first movie.

        • Grimphantom

          Gotta face facts that the T2 is the best known of the franchise. I was lucky enough to watch on theaters tho traumatized me with that atomic bomb scene….

          Anyway i know how you feel since the first movie had more of the horror element(do you agree that the music when the Terminator is chasing is creepy? in a good way) but just like Alien, the sequel got more attention by adding more action in it than the horror/suspense.

          • elsewhere

            The atomic bomb scene is very cool. Probably my favorite part in the whole movie.

    • Nick Peratrovich

      First one is my fave. T2 was better, but I LIKED the first more. Also loved 3 and salvation.

  • pablitonizer

    Arnold rules! However, GRANDPANATOR tbh!

  • bdwolfe312

    Come on “R” rating…you’ll sucker me outta ten bucks again if you just land that R-rating…I’m soooo GLAD my ticket to “Terminator 4” was comped….PG-13 asswipe material

  • Love the poster. It has this dark and creepy tone to it. I’m still rooting for this film and though the PG rating is a concern, the Dark Knight had the same and yet managed to be quite intense in some of its scenes.

  • Jason L.

    Khaleesi is on a roll.

    • Leebo

      Don’t you mean Kyle Reesey…….


    cgi aside, I am excited about this release

  • Krug09

    hes old! dun dun dun dun dun dun!

  • EvilWhiteMale

    The first Terminator was the only one worth a damn. Sorry, but T2 sucked, IMO. I don’t care for “a boy and his Terminator” kinda story.

    That’s pussy shit.

    • O_o Because the film was only about a boy and his terminator. Not the incredible special effects, the practical car chase sequences, the magnetic score, the brilliant action and an innovative villain. Sure you can say it is not your cup of tea, but “T2 sucked”? Sorry some films cannot be brought down no matter what!

      • EvilWhiteMale

        I care about story and characters. Action and SPFX come after.

        • Sakhal Nakhash

          Apparently you are a rare specimen indeed.

    • STRIK9

      You fuckin dolt, thats one of the biggest and greatest sci fi flims of all time. You dont know shit.

      • EvilWhiteMale

        It’s called, “having a personal opinion,” you filthy cocksucking whore.

      • Sakhal Nakhash

        Retard alert class.
        The first Terminator was great. It was a serious movie.
        T2 sucked. Admit it. Baby John Connor was a douche. I hated the sound of his squeaky voice breaking every 5 minutes. Teaching the Terminator to use stupid early 90’s movie slang that no one actually used? What the hell was that? I mean “Hasta la vista baby?”
        Teaching the Terminator to smile?
        I was rooting for the T-1000 by the end.
        At the end the Terminator says he can’t kill himself, for some reason, but then willingly steps onto the hook he knows will lower him to his destruction. What’s the difference between that and just jumping in? So he could do his stupid thumbs up farewell?
        Your standards for what qualifies as one of the biggest and greatest sci-fi films of all time are shockingly lax.

  • Richter Belmont

    The PG-13 rating wouldn’t bother me so much if this was the ’80s. Different standards on how they determined a PG-13 rating back in the day. They got a way with a lot. But now, why even have it when it’s equivalent to PG?

  • They have been saying that Arnold is back but so far his comeback is meh. Although I love Arnold his era is long time gone. Last stand and escape plan were ok, but everything else was just flat out terrible – expendables 2 and 3, Sabotage. Am I the only one who thinks they should leave the Terminator franchise alone?

    • Liked The Last Stand as well as The Escape Plan and have yet to see Sabotage. I think that if handled with care and by the right crew then why not keep going? I for one would be very interested to see what Nolan would do with the Terminator.

    • Nanner Bux

      You hate old people. I think your time is long gone too. Now delete your account and stop posting crap.

    • Xmas Jaxon Flaxon Waxon

      Sabotage was the fucking shit!!!!!!! Escape plan was supposed to be retarded, and it was.

  • STRIK9

    When the fuck did the play that ad? I was at a party and I kept checkin for it but never caught it. I saw every other weak ass commercial though, of course.

  • damn, this feels like Rise of the Machines all over again.

    so sad, was hoping for something better than “Salvation”

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