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Hasta La Vista, Baby! Terminator 2: Judgment Day Is Coming Back To Theaters

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If you're a fan of action movies or sci-fi, chances are that James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day has a special place in your heart.

Or your metal endoskeleton. Y'know, whichever.Imdb

Released a full 8 years after the original smash-hit that cemented the careers of both Cameron and star Arnold Schwarzenegger in Hollywood, Terminator 2 took the sci-fi noir of its predecessor and turned it into one of the best action movies of all time.

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The Governator returns as another T-800 android sent back from our desolate, nuclear apocalypse of a future. However, this time he's not here to kill John Connor; he's here to save him and his mother Sarah from the T-1000, a new type of Terminator android composed of liquid metal, that can change its shape and appearance at will.


The movie was the biggest box-office success of 1991, making over $500 Million worldwide, and it's hard not to see why. The action sequences still hold up well to this day, and for the time, the CG used to create the shape-shifting T-1000 were absolutely revolutionary. It even earned the movie a places in the Guinness World Records!


Of course, if you were a child of the 90s, chances are you weren't able to see this in theaters and had to catch it on video or TV. While it's an amazing movie no matter how you see it (especially the Director's Cut), wouldn't it be awesome if we could see it in theaters all over again?

Well, looks like Studio Canal had the same idea; Terminator 2 is coming back to theaters!


Click to the next page for all the details on Terminator 2's theatrical re-release!

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