Here is one film that I am eagerly awaiting its debut next summer. Terminator Salvation (hopefully it’ll do just that and save the film franchise after Terminator 3 almost completely killed it) is now well into its Post-Production work with special effects and everything. Read on to see what they are toying with.
McG Begins Post On “Terminator”
By Garth Franklin
Thursday, October 23rd 2008 2:52am
“Terminator Salvation” director McG has updated his blog for the sci-fi sequel and confirmed that the project has wrapped principal photography and is well into post. Here’s the highlights of his latest entry:
“We wrapped principal photography. Now we’re heavy into post. I’ve already shown early cuts to Christian and Sam. They seem pleased with where the film is headed. Our focus is on story and character, but it’s fun diving into the world of visual effects.
Charlie Gibson is aware of his responsibility as the VFX supervisor and second unit director of this film. He works with ILM and Asylum every day and makes revisions to the finest detail. We want the patina of the machines to be dirty and heavy and perfectly realistic – that’s why we built so much practically with Stan Winston.
But at some point the effects kick in and like any Terminator fan, Charlie wants his mind blown. There’s one sequence in particular where we’re trying to achieve something that’s never been done before. I don’t want to talk about it because we haven’t been successful yet…But we’re working on it.
Christian and Sam bring power to the rolls of John Connor and Marcus Wright. This is a story of two destinies colliding. Connor is part of a resistance comprised of the ethnicities that make up the globe. This film is so much more that just Los Angeles. It reflects the global crisis of man, all of man versus machine.”