Teaser Trailer of 'Terminator Salvation' to Debut With 'Dark Knight' Screening
Though fans and action movie lovers ought to wait until summer of 2009 to see "Terminator Salvation", they don't have to spend a long time wondering how the latest "Terminator" movie will look like. A month into the production of the McG-directed film, it is announced that the teaser trailer to the film will be coming out in July 2008.
The teaser will be introduced to the public starting July 18 with its attachment to the highly anticipated superhero flick "The Dark Knight". The information about the outing of the teaser has been made public via MTV. Reporting from the Licensing Expo in New York, the entertainment network also noted that apart from the teaser, the particular date will be marked also with the release of initial one sheet of "Terminator Salvation".
Currently under production for May 22, 2009 release, "Terminator Salvation" is another "Terminator" saga movie. Firstly made famous in the '80s by Arnold Schwarzenegger, this Warner Bros. Pictures' tidbit is the fourth installment of the action sci-fi film about the struggle against the artificially intelligent killing machines.
In this fourth movie, the attention will shift from John Connor, the man whose fate is to destroy Skynet and its army of Terminators, to Marcus Wright, a stranger who loses his memory. The latter man will join Connor in his fight against the Skynet and at the same time shake Connor's belief about the future. Together, he and Connor will unveil the shocking secret behind the possible annihilation of mankind. The movie features the likes of Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin, Moon Bloodgood and Common.
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