One of the most popular films to ever come out of the eighties, the Terminator by James Cameron introduced the world to a type of nearly indestructible humanoid soldiers and assassins, most memorable of which is the cyborg programmed to kill Sarah Connor, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the very first of the series.
Later films call the newer terminators by their series numbers TT-Xetc. In Terminator 3, the Terminator refers to itself as a "T", which could be an abbreviation of its model number.
The T3 extras refer to him as an " series Model ", a "T", and a "T". Terminator Genisys is the first to feature the Terminator referring to itself as a T Action Masters miniatures, Cinemaquette statues, Sideshow Collectables replicas, Hollywood Collectibles statuettes, ArtFX kits, Medicom figures, Hot Toys, and McFarlane Toys have all used the T and T nomenclature, contributing to this designation having arguably the most popular and widely disseminated usage, especially in direct juxtaposition to the explicitly named Ts and T Physical appearance[ edit ] In the T2 commentary, Cameron states that the Model s all look like Schwarzenegger, with a looking like someone else, leading to speculation that the refers to the physical appearance while the refers to the endoskeleton common to many models.
A scene deleted from the theatrical cut, but restored in the Terminator 2 Special Edition, lends the most credence to this explanation. In this scene, John and Sarah shut down the Terminator for modification according to his instructions.
Additionally, the original Terminator 2 teaser trailer further verifies this on a display monitor during android tissue generation, referencing the Series Model Appearances[ edit ] A Cyberdyne Systems series T Model Terminator with living tissue over a metal endoskeleton, played by Arnold Schwarzeneggeris the main antagonist of The Terminatorthe original Terminator film.
A further Series Model so identical in appearance having been reprogrammed by the resistance in the future, is the protagonist of Terminator 2: Rise of the MachinesSchwarzenegger plays an updated Series which also a modelso retaining the same outward appearance as the Series model His character is destroyed at the end of each of these films.
The fourth installment, Terminator Salvationreveals the origin of the Model. The Terminator The original T is sent to terminate a single target, Sarah Connor Linda Hamiltoninto prevent the birth of her son, John, the future leader of the Human Resistance.
It survives superficial damage from gunfire and is later caught in a fuel tanker explosion, which burns away the flesh covering to fully expose its mechanical nature. Judgment Day A second T is captured by the resistance, reprogrammed by the future John Connor Michael Edwardsand sent back to to protect his younger self Edward Furlong from a prototype T Robert Patrick dispatched to kill him.
While interacting with the Connors as they work to try to prevent Judgment Day, this T is taught how to speak in slang -like terms, such as " Hasta la vista, baby ", developing into an almost fatherly role for John.
Sarah reflects that the T is the first male figure John has ever had in his life who can be guaranteed to always be there for him.
The T chases Sarah, John, and the T into a steel mill and overpowers the T in hand-to-hand combat, impaling him through the chest and destroying his main power supply.
However, he activates a backup power source, frees himself, and blasts the T into a vat of molten steel with an M79 grenade launcher to destroy it.
Following the events of the first film, Cyberdyne recovers one forearm and the damaged CPU chip from the era T and uses those components to radically advance its research and technology, leading eventually to the creation of the machine intelligence entity Skynet.
Sarah then lowers the T into the steel in order to destroy his CPU as well, thus leaving no chance for Skynet to be created in the future using his technology. Rise of the Machines[ edit ] Main article: Being a T, it is slightly different from the earlier T models that the Connors had encountered.
He tells John that his efforts in the second film did not stop Judgment Day, but merely delayed it. Later inthe Terminator is then captured, reprogrammed and sent to the past to make sure that young-adult John and Kate would survive the start of the war.
Before his demise, the Terminator acknowledges John as a friend. Terminator Salvation In the fourth film, the T has a small role, though once again as an antagonist.Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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