Check Out These StudioCanal 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' Posters
by Ben Pearson
October 12, 2012
Rumors are flying about the future of the Terminator franchise right now (word on the street is that Schwarzenegger has final approval of a screenplay for a fifth entry and hasn't been satisfied yet, so the project is stagnant). But instead of speculating about the future, in true Terminator time traveling fashion, let's look back to the past at what many say is James Cameron's best entry into the series, Terminator 2: Judgment Day. StudioCanal has commissioned two new limited edition posters from designers James White and Tom Muller, which just went on sale today at the Mystery Box store, and they're pretty awesome.
Here's the first special Terminator 2 poster, created by James White of SignalNoise.com:
And here's a second special Terminator 2 poster, made by Tom Muller of HelloMuller.com:
You can purchase these posters on a first come first serve basis at Mystery Box right now. The designers are working in conjunction with European film company StudioCanal on a bunch of projects (they did a limited run set of Drive posters last year that blew me away), and since that collaboration is an ongoing project, we're hoping that these guys continue to offer up more superb content like this for a bunch of different projects in the weeks and months to come. Plus, they're a good break from all the Mondo art. Stay tuned for more, and be sure to sound off in the comments and tell us what you think about these T2 posters!
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
These are really cool!!! I like the first one better than the second, but that doesn't matter. They're still spectacular!!!
Greg dinskisk on Oct 12, 2012
Second one all the way... for the win!
Richie G on Oct 13, 2012
ChrisIlls on Oct 13, 2012
They need to stop with the Terminator franchise they told the ultimate story everyone has been waiting for since the release of the 1st Terminator movie and they blew it big time with Terminator Salvation. Arnold is getting old too how can he still play the terminator? If he keeps rejecting scripts like that they'll end up with a good script by the time he is 90. He might as well pass the baton to someone else for the franchise.
BinaryChaos on Oct 13, 2012
Yeah, Arnie is way too old for the character now. Time to move on. They still need to make a Terminator movie that looks like the future scenes from T1, T2 and T3.
castingcouch on Oct 13, 2012
3 was a big lett down and the end of 4 sucked. These posters aren't special, just regular...
Avi Smulders on Oct 13, 2012
The first poster looks like an early 1980's computer game cassette cover. The second poster is just a bit of a mess.
castingcouch on Oct 13, 2012
I enjoy these both, but I picked up the Muller one for my apartment. SignalNoise's other work I feel is a bit better than this one, but the 80s feel of it is spot on.
David Kinskey-Lebeda on Oct 13, 2012
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