In some totally unsurprising news, the T-800 himself, the legendary, Arnold Schwarzenegger had a moment to spare to lay some smack talk down on the already fully loaded shoulders of McG's beleaguered attempt at rebooting the Terminator franchise with Terminator Salvation, also starring Christian Bale.
In an interview with Good Morning America, when questioned about his lack of involvement in Salvation, the former Governor of California swiftly retorted with "Thank God," to the amusement of his co-stars Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke and Jai Courtney. When the interviewer inquired as to "why?", Schwarzenegger was succinct with his answer:
Not the most loquacious of replies, but the Austrian Oak has never been a man to mince words. But I guess being Governor is a good enough excuse to avoid being involved in something, for we all know he would have been all over Salvation if he wasn't mad busy playing politician.
If you don't remember, or haven't indulged in the pleasure of watching Salvation, Schwarzenegger's face was digitally superimposed on the body of another rather muscular man, who shared the same terrifying frame as the Governator. Technology, yo.
Schwarzenegger went on to speak about the first three movies in the franchise, and how he enjoyed them for differing reasons:
I think that the three that I was in, they all three had their own personalities and interesting storylines.
Here's the interview for your keen perusal:
Terminator: Genisys will be exploding onto screens come July 1st.
(Source: ABC News)