Classic. And from my understanding, he gives a better performance here than in Terminator: Salvation.
On a related note, where the hell is Black Dynamite?
Spotted at BOH via Funny Or Die
Interesting, but something else of interest is that Terminator Salvation is getting sub-par reviews across the board.
The second installment within the current trilogy arc will be heavily focused on Barnes (played by Common).
However, if Salvation does not break the $300 barrier in terms of box receipts, it is highly likely that Halcyon will pull the plug on any further installments.
With a budget of $200 million and a spate of sub-par reviews, Salvation has got it’s work cut out.
I’m looking forward to watching it, however, the omens don’t look too good for it, especially when you consider that Revenge of the Fallen will undoubtly trounce the rest of the competition at the box office.
Hopefully, Bale won’t have another benny and blame it on the lighting guy walking on during filming.
T3 was a let down and I really hope that the critics are wrong about Salvation, because I want to see the next installment with more emphasis on Barnes and also the Marcus Wright character.
$300 million barrier, I mean.
A few reviews thus far:-
it looks like a crappy movie story wise. and Mc G isnt that good of a film director. seems like bale plays the same brooding guy in every film he is in. the effects will be pretty good to watch tho.
A few of friends saw a sneak preview and thought it was good. but was more of a setup movie for the next one lie Lord of the Rings
@xg4sx, Bale can’t seem to shrug off that gravelly (and annoying) Batman voice he puts on quite regularly.
@Phillmatic, yep, two more after this, pending on decent box office receipts. It should be a pretty sizeable hit globally. Sometimes the critics raise the bar too high, I’m sure it will be a good blockbuster flick, the special efx and set pieces looking amazing in the trailer though.
Black Dynamite – December 4, suckas!