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The Face-Off 'Terminator 4' Pic of Marcus Wright and John Connor

August 2, 2008 (2:50 am) GMT
Exposing 'Terminator Salvation''s Marcus Wright, Warner Bros. Pictures released another still from the upcoming film where the lead character is going toe-to-toe with John Connor.
The Face-Off 'Terminator 4' Pic of Marcus Wright and John Connor

At the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, director McG and "" presented attending fans with a special footage exposing as the lead character, Marcus Wright, for the first time. Willing to give others who missed out the opportunity a similar experience, Warner Bros. Pictures released a brand new image from the action thriller.

The fresh pic posted on the news photo features both Wright and John Connor, who is portrayed by , in a face-off against each other. It is explained that this still is a part of the scene where Wright holds himself up while Connor screamed at him, "You killed my father. You killed my mother. But you won't kill me."

Coming out on May 22, 2009, "Terminator Salvation" centers its story on the amnesiac Wright whose last stored memory is being on the death row. While dealing with his lost memory, Wright joins the resistance army led by John Connor who is suspicious of Wright's past. Fighting for the human survival against Skynet's killing machines, the two will discover a mind-bugling fact behind the annihilation of mankind. Directed by McG, it features also the likes of , , and .

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