Like an unkillable machine sent from the future, the Terminator franchise keeps crawling indestructibly on.
After briefly appearing in the last Terminator thanks to some CGI, Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to the T-800 role that made him famous. He's talking up the reboot tentatively titled Terminator: Genesis, revealing when and where filming will take place.
And rumored insights on the reboot's story suggest it has plenty in common with the recent Star Trek and even Back the the Future 2.
Mireille Enos sums up Sabotage's whole attitude at the end of a splattery new red band clip in which she triumphantly declares, "Good fucking gunfight. Goddamn!"
Between that clip and an international trailer, Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest appears to be aiming for a few world records like Most Rounds Expended in a Single Trailer and Manliest Movie Ever.
The Terminator reboot has cast the last of its three familiar leads, giving Jai Courtney the supreme honor of playing John Connor's time-traveling pop, Kyle Reese.
The very first teaser for The Expendables 3 knows exactly what fans want out of this franchise.
To that end, it consists of little more than arranging a whole mess of familiar brawlers lining up and looking to camera. Each member of this eclectic ensemble also casually strikes an action pose around Sylvester Stallone, who returns for his third round as the titular mercenary team's fearless leader.
In all likelihood, Emilia Clarke is relentlessly doing pull-ups right now.
She's going to have to get her arms in Hamiltonian shape, because the Game of Thrones actress has been cast as Sarah Connor in the Terminator reboot.
The Terminator reboot has found an actor with the chops and machismo to play John Connor, the military messiah who keeps humanity together by punching Skynet right in the solar plexus.
Australian actor Jason Clarke will be the latest actor to sport Connor's scar and stick it to the machine.
Cross-platform franchise storytelling is the new hotness.
When the T-800 inexplicably rides again in 2015 with a rebooted Terminator film in theaters, a new television series will supplement the action, tying directly into the story of the film.
There's a lot of testosterone running through the first trailer for David Ayer's Sabotage.
It's so manly that unless you're chomping on a cigar and lubing up an automatic weapon while watching, you might feel like a pansy by the end.
"Gravity the number one movie in America for the third consecutive weekend? The Alfonso Cuaron movie that held off newcomers like Carrie, Escape Plan, and The Fifth Estate and is now basically a legitimate phenomenon?"
Both Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger tend to be better at destroying stuff onscreen than subtly observing their environment.
But the latest clip from Escape Plan has the two action icons collecting information on the sly, no pun intended.