"Terminator" returns as an animated series!
On the occasion of Geeked Week, Netflix announced an animated series from the world of Terminator, called Terminator: The Anime Series.
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On the occasion of Geeked Week, Netflix announced an animated series from the world of Terminator, called "Terminator: The Anime Series". That was a quite nice surprise. Studio Production IG, best known for the anime series "Ghost in the Shell", will work on it.
Although no exact release date is given, it is believed that "Terminator" will be released in 2024. There will be eight episodes in total, each set in different periods. The plot will revolve around the war between Skynet and humans. In the year 2022, she is a soldier teleporting back in time to change the course of events and prevent a protracted conflict.
Her task is to protect scientist Malcolm Lee, who in 1997 was working on a competitive artificial intelligence system. However, the job will not be easy because a skilled killer from the future is looking for him.
Many people are already tired of the Terminator series
Recall, after appearing in the documentary Bodybuilders (Pumping Iron, 1977) , Arnold Schwarzenegger, began his film career, and his very first film, the epic spectacle "Conan the Barbarian" (Conan the Barbarian, 1982), was a great success, followed by legendary action films – "Terminator" (1984), "Terminator 2" (1991), "Terminator 3: Revolt of the Machines" (2003), "Terminator Genisys" (2015), but also "Commando" (Commando, 1985), Predator (1987), "Total Recall" ( Total Recall, 1990) and many others.
At only 20 years old, he won the title of Mr. Universe and the biggest bodybuilding award - the Mr. Olympia title, which he defended for seven years in a row. He wrote several books about bodybuilding, and today the world's largest professional bodybuilding competition - the Arnold Sports Festival - is named after him. And after he ran out of sports and acting challenges, he turned to political ones. Namely, he was the governor of California for eight years (from 2003 to 2011).
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