Mar 23, 2015 12:18 PM EDT
Terminator fans were in for a special treat during the recent annual Arnold Classic and Sports Festival, in Columbus, Ohio on March 5-8. Arnold Schwarzenegger gave fans of the movie franchise a juicy little detail about what's in store: a duel between two Schwarzeneggers!
Expect to see T-800 again in Terminator Genisys. Like a living organism, a cyborg can age too. After 31 years, it looks much more mature, comparable with the real young and middle-aged Arnold Schwarzeneggers. It's the 2015's 31-year-older T-800 VS the young, evil and naked T-800 from the 1984's film. The middle-aged T-800 is played by 2015's Schwarzeneggers
On the occasion Schwarzeneggers also revealed some of the plot. Like in the 1984 movie, a young T-800 is sent back to 1984 on the attempt to prevent the birth of the future leader who will lead humanity to the winning war against machines by executing his mother Sarah O' Connor.
However, this time the situation isn't the same anymore as the middle-aged T-800 that has defeated another T-800 in the "earlier"1984, like in the original 1984's Terminator film, has been sent earlier to anticipate the coming of "the second young T-800" sent from the future by the machine leader.
He also mentioned about the recurrence of a scene in the 1984's movie about several delinquent youngsters approached by a naked evil cyborg for some clothes.
"The idea is in 1984 when you see me walking across naked to those punks and say, 'Give me your clothes,'... now the scene changes. As I (the young Arnold) say, 'Give me your clothes,' suddenly you hear a voice behind me say, 'You won't need them.' So the Terminator turns around to check out who is that, and all of a sudden he sees himself, which is me the way I look now, and I'm there with a shotgun, and I just blast away at him," told Schwarzenegger.
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