The Official "Terminator 3" Discussion Thread

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Post by GaryEA » Aug 18th 2003, 4:49 pm

The Talented Krakow wrote:November 11th, is that just the R1 version or also the R2 version?
The press release is for R1. I've yet to hear anything about the other regions, but they can't be too far behind.
The Talented Krakow wrote:Btw that poster looks more like it could be a T4 poster then the T3 DVD cover, since T4 will be about the war between man/machines, and in T3 you only see a few seconds of this in the beginning.
I haven't seen the movie, but I'm not surprised by what you said. Looks like they went for anything dramatic and cobbled it together. Still, this art could be temporary; If final art comes in, I'll post it.

I didn't think any of the posters looked good, and the cover art is just as bad IMO. But hey - that's just me.

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Post by GaryEA » Aug 18th 2003, 4:52 pm

candygirl wrote:Hmmmm, think they announced the DVD release to balance out the fact that many theaters have stopped showing the movie? I know the theaters up here have pulled T3 - last weekend was its last hurrah in my area.
The windows between theatrical release and DVD street dates have been becoming progressively shorter and shorter as of late. It used to be at least 3/4 of a year, now it's six months (round about).

T3 and Matrix have gotten some ptrtty close release dates, and if you pick a flop of the newspaper (gigli, anyone), it'll be announced pretty quickly just to recoup costs.

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Aug 18th 2003, 8:13 pm

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In the case of T3, I think the release date was already set but they announced it more quickly than they might have since it's not doing well at the box office.
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Post by Sascha (sab) » Aug 19th 2003, 2:03 pm

I found the press release at dvdfile.com ( http://www.dvdfile.com/news/web_wire/pr ... es/t3.html )

Here's the full list of extras, most importantly: The first DVD audio commentary track featuring Claire Danes! :-)
Two Commentaries with the Stars and Director Including Jonathan Mostow, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Claire Danes and Kristanna Loken.
Introduction by Arnold Schwarzenegger
Revealing New Footage
On-Set Gag Reel
T3 Visual Effects Lab: Four Interactive Effects Labs That Let Viewers Build Their Own Rip-Roaring Action Scene
Skynet Database: Integrated Profiles That Contain Original Written Material and Behind the Scenes Profiles Mixed with Visual Effects to Create a Stylized Dossier
Terminator Timeline
HBO First Look Documentary
The Making of the Video Game
Galleries of Storyboards, Dressed to Kill Costume/Production Designs, and Posters
Toys In Action
Film Trailers - Alternate and International Trailers
Video Game Trailer - Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines from Atari
PC Game Trailer.
Enhanced features for the DVD-ROM PC include an explosive Terminator 3 game demo and a link to the Terminator 3: Rise of Machines website.
P.S.: Maybe we should change the subject of this thread - oh wait, technically we are already in a T3 pre-release phase again ;-)


Edit to add: the german production company of T3 announced last week that it's "very likely" that T4 will be made even if Schwarzenegger wins the election for govenor.

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Post by GaryEA » Aug 19th 2003, 7:01 pm

NICE! Claire does a commentary, and the trailers are there. I'm a happy guy now.

(I wonder what "Revealing New Footage" means... hubba! hubba! 8))

Thank you for the new info!

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p.s. I changed the title of the thread (hadn't dawned on me until you mentioned it). Didn't wan't it to be in a constant state of anticipation... :D

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Post by TomSpeed » Aug 20th 2003, 12:37 pm

I think T3 has made over $200 million worldwide. Maybe it could have done better. But I wouldn't classify it as a flop.
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Post by GaryEA » Aug 20th 2003, 3:18 pm

From what I understand, T3 did very well at the box office, and the chances of a small re-release to cash in on Ah-nald's run for office is not out of the question.

The film did very very well, but it wasn't the full-on smash hit like Pirates of the Carribean (sic), whose longevity took everyone by surprise. Come to think of it, there hasn't been a runaway smash hit this summer, except for Finding Nemo and Matrix, which dropped off faster than I thought it would.

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Post by andrewgd » Aug 29th 2003, 11:55 pm

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Looks like you were right about it not being final artwork.

I'm not sure which I prefer...I like the simplicity of the final one, and having the eye within the fake eye, within...etc...

But it could have been done MUCH better :?

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