Cameron's 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' in 3D Hits Theaters in August
Briefly: The release date has been announced for the 3D conversion re-release of James Cameron's seminal sci-fi classic Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Distrib Films US will release T2 in 3D in theaters starting on August 25th, 2017 later this summer. No exact theater list or additional info has been released yet (via Deadline), but we'll keep an eye out for any updates released. Last August we first reported the news that Cameron's acclaimed sci-fi action classic would be getting the 3D re-release treatment (following Titanic in 3D in 2012), but didn't know when it would be arriving. Now we know - so mark August 25th down in your calendar, if you're interested in seeing this. There is another new Terminator movie in development (with Deadpool's Tim Miller set to direct for now), but Cameron will regain certain rights to Terminator in 2019.
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Just the chance to see this in a proper theater is sounding swell!
DAVIDPD on Mar 3, 2017
First time I saw this in the 90's was on tv since I was too young when it hit theaters. But I actually got to see it at the Nokia theater in LA back in 2008 when James Cameron made a surprise appearance at a Siigraph event celebrating Stan Winston after his death. At the end of the panel he said we could all stick around to watch T2. It was awesome! I wish my son was a bit older to take him to see it this time around.
David Diaz on Mar 6, 2017
The 3D conversion of Jurassic Park looked like shit. Being that T2 is just as old as that, I'm going to assume that this will also just look like a bunch of glass panels of images stacked one in front of the other. Just re-release the proper version, to hell with this gimmick.
grimjob on Mar 3, 2017
It's one of my favorite movies of all time, but don't see 3D adds something to this classic.
ari smulders on Mar 4, 2017
There's no way it can. The effects in that movie were amazing and still hold up, but what made it great was the story and character development. 3D adds nothing to any of that.
grimjob on Mar 4, 2017
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