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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator Nick Stahl John Connor Claire Danes Kate Brewster Kristanna Loken T-X David Andrews Robert Brewster Mark Famiglietti Scott Petersen Earl Boen Peter Silberman Moira Sinise Betsy as Moira Harris Chopper Bernet Chief Engineer Christopher Lawford Brewster's Aide as Chris Lawford Carolyn Hennesy Rich Woman Jay Acovone Cop - Westside Street M.
Roadhouse Bouncer Susan Merson Roadhouse Clubgoer 1 Elizabeth Morehead Edit Storyline More than 10 years after 'Terminator 2', John Connor now exists only as a drifter - living 'off the grid', so no more Terminators from the future can hunt him down.
Taglines: Next Summer, the machines will rise. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Besides Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator , Earl Boen Dr. Peter Silberman is the only other actor to appear in the first three Terminator films.
This film is also Boen's last screen performance; he has solely done voice-over work since. Goofs at around 1h 19 mins While the Terminator and the T-X are fighting in the bathroom, toilets, sinks and water pipes are broken; resulting in water gushing everywhere.
Despite this, both the Terminator and the T-X's clothing remains dry throughout the fight. Quotes [ first lines ] John Connor : [ voiceover ] The future has not been written.
There is no fate but what we make for ourselves. I wish I could believe that. My name is John Connor, they tried to murder me before I was born, when I was 13 they tried again.
The project reunited the main cast of Terminator 2: Judgment Day , and had prompted Cameron to begin writing a script for a Terminator 3 film.
When Carolco filed for bankruptcy on November 10, , its assets were bound to a liquidation auction. Canal Plus' offer did not include purchasing the rights for Carolco sequel films, but Fox wanted all of Carolco's assets and was unwilling to match or exceed the bid offer made by Canal Plus.
The new Terminator film would have Schwarzenegger reprising his role. Mechanic wanted the trio to be involved in the new film, so he sought to first secure deals with them before proceeding with a purchase of the Carolco rights.
Mechanic also believed that a deal with the trio would give him necessary leverage with the U. We could have owned this ourselves, but Jim didn't want to be in that business.
Dimension Films , a division of Miramax , had agreed to purchase the rights that were owned by Hurd and also intended to buy Carolco's rights through the auction.
However, a judge ruled against an earlier motion which stated that only an established studio should be allowed to bid for the Carolco rights.
This allowed Andrew G. Vajna to participate in the bidding. In September , Cameron invited his friends Vajna and Kassar to see an early edit of Titanic , during which Vajna and Kassar learned that the Terminator rights were still available.
Mechanic was upset to learn of Vajna's agreement, having spent months in negotiations with Schwarzenegger, Cameron, and Hurd. This would lead to the deterioration of their friendship.
By October , the budgetary concerns over Terminator 3 and Cameron's troubled post-production of Titanic for Fox led them both to abandon the Terminator project and not pursue the rights.
Mechanic believed that Cameron was "only hanging in there at the end because of Arnold and quality control. It was something that Arnold always wanted to do again.
And Jim was more than happy to do it. Over time, Schwarzenegger would continue trying to persuade Cameron to be involved in the new film. In , Cameron said that he felt he had already told the whole story with his first two Terminator films, something that he came to realize during the post-production of Titanic.
I really wasn't that interested. I felt like I'd told the story I wanted to tell. I suppose I could have pursued it more aggressively and gone to the mat for it but I felt like I was laboring in someone else's house to an extent because I had sold the rights very early on.
Vajna was surprised that Cameron would be upset about the rights being sold, later saying, "What difference does it make to Jim who's financing the movie, a studio or us?
His deal would have been the same. Arnold tried to convince Jim over a long period of time to do the film.
Arnold felt very loyal. So we felt that that was kind of strange and then we went on to do it ourselves. Cameron said in January that it was unlikely he would direct Terminator 3.
By , Kassar and Vajna had been negotiating with various studios about partnering on the project, but decided to finalize the film's concept and script first.
They founded C2 Pictures that year,  and by October ,  they had brought Toho-Towa and German company VCL onboard the project as co-financiers.
The latter companies helped finance development of a script by Tedi Sarafian ,   who was hired for the film in , along with David C.
Wilson for a possible fourth installment. Mechanic said these discussions were never serious. Filming was expected to begin in for a release the following year.
In March , it was announced that VCL would have a 25 percent stake in the film, as well as the rights in German-speaking territories.
At the time, Sarafian was days away from completing his draft, and Kassar hoped to announce a director within 45 days. Filming was still expected to commence later that year, with a release scheduled for the fourth quarter of Kassar wanted to have Terminator 3 and Terminator 4 shot back to back, possibly with different directors.
Sarafian's script, titled T Rise of the Machines , featured John Connor working in a dot-com company. The script's villain was the T-1G, a female Terminator sent from the future, with the ability to turn invisible.
Although production was scheduled to begin in , it was delayed in anticipation of a writers strike, which ultimately did not occur.
If you don't want to do it my way, you should find a different director. Mostow invited his college classmates John Brancato and Michael Ferris to rework the screenplay;  they signed on to rewrite it in June Mostow said, "It's always great if you can have your protagonist or hero be completely outmatched.
In December , several companies competed for the distribution rights to the film. Fox declined to participate in the meeting, out of loyalty to Cameron.
For example, the film prominently features the then-new Toyota Tundra truck. Another benefit of shooting in Los Angeles is that the film is set there.
Schwarzenegger signed on to the project in June ,   after reading Sarafian's draft. It just wasn't the time. I was going through my own thing at the point in my life — whatever, it just wasn't meant to be".
According to Mostow, Furlong had been considered, but the director wanted to start from scratch with a new actor, as John would be portrayed as "a very different character now.
Even if he tried to explain to somebody, they'd think he was crazy and that's a really interesting character.
For Terminator 3 , Mostow wondered whether the character's current age should be faithful to what was written before.
After some consideration, Mostow chose to make the character slightly older for Terminator 3 , to be consistent with Furlong's real age. The film states that John was 13 years old during the events of the previous film.
Mostow said he tried to avoid the age discrepancy as much as possible in the film. In November , Linda Hamilton said she had turned down an offer to reprise her role as Sarah Connor.
It's Eddie's movie - and Arnold's. It was like a no-win situation for me. I read it and I knew my character arc was so complete in the first two, and in the third one it was a negligible character.
She died halfway through and there was no time to mourn her. It was kind of disposable, so I said no thank you.
Mostow said the flashbacks made "a complicated story even more complicated. When Schwarzenegger was called into Kassar and Vajna's office in April , he did not expect them to bring up Terminator 3 given the film's long stint in development hell.
Instead, he wanted to talk to the producers about his political interests, including a potential candidacy as Governor of California in the election.
However, pre-production was rolling along, with the screenplay nearly finished and set deals for both merchandising and distribution.
Schwarzenegger postponed his gubernatorial plans, which eventually came into fruition with the California gubernatorial recall election.
Instead, the actor combined production of the film with the promotion of Proposition 49 , which advocated increased extracurricular activity in California schools.
At times Schwarzenegger even received politicians, journalists, and potential financial backers of the proposition on the film set.
I didn't want to be digitized, because someone would blab, and it would be in all the columns. So I just worked harder. Approximately 10, women auditioned for the role of the T-X.
For her role, Loken underwent six weeks of training,  involving weights, fighting, and weapons. Mostow originally wanted Claire Danes for the role of Kate Brewster, but the initial effort to get her involved did not work out.
So I had to replace her and it was heart breaking because it was a huge break for her. Filming began on April 15, However, during the first week of filming, Schwarzenegger became convinced that Mostow was an adequate choice.
Production designer Jeff Mann and his crew of people designed and constructed multiple sets for the film during a four-month period prior to filming.
Stahl had few scenes during the initial weeks of filming, giving him time to work on his physique. One of the most elaborate and choreographed stunts was devised by Mostow and stunt coordinator Simon Crane.
The scene involves the T-X driving a ton mobile crane down a street in pursuit of John Connor. During the scene, Schwarzenegger's Terminator hangs on to the crane arm as it is swung around, smashing him into a glass building and a passing fire truck.
Fourteen cameras were used for the shot in which he crashes through a glass building, as the film crew would only have one chance to film it, which was the case with many of the film's stunts.
Schwarzenegger enjoyed filming the scene and called it "unbelievable," while stating, "We used every safety precaution, but there were close calls, many times.
Mostow's vision for the scene was to have the bathroom completely destroyed by the Terminators by the end of their battle.
The scene took four weeks to rehearse and two weeks to film. As with the previous films, the Terminator characters arrive naked after travelling through time.
The scene was filmed at the Cowboy Palace bar in the San Fernando Valley. Mostow said shooting the scene discreetly was a challenge due to the tourist popularity of Rodeo Drive.
The filmmakers had to wait five months before finally receiving clearance to shoot the scene. The film features more than special effects shots.
Mostow said about the T-1, "I wanted to depict the first generation of Terminator robots, to show where it all began. Winston's team also designed the T-X's endoskeleton frame, as well as her weapons.
Certain sequences involving fire and explosions were deemed too dangerous for Schwarzenegger and Loken to perform, so Winston and his team constructed life-sized robot replicas of the actors for such scenes.
The endoskeletons were created entirely through CGI. The scene required several repeated shots of the same area with the use of controlled camera movements that were the same for each take.
The visual effects team took six months to develop a method that would adequately simulate the scene. Pablo Helman , visual effects supervisor for ILM, said, "We had no application for creating and controlling streams of liquid metal, so we had to begin by determining the density, weight, shape and mass of this material, and how it would move under these conditions.
It was a really complicated process. The production crew determined that it would be too dangerous and impractical to use the actual vehicle during this portion of the sequence, so ILM digitally recreated the crane using photos of the actual vehicle.
One scene depicts the T cutting open his chest cavity to remove a failing fuel cell battery, while simultaneously driving a truck. For the scene, Winston's team used cyber scans to create a body cast replica of Schwarzenegger that would sit in the driver's seat.
Schwarzenegger was situated in the back of the truck, and his head and arms were visible in the front seat to give the impression that he was connected to the body cast.
Helman said the scene required "a tremendous amount of visual effects to accomplish, and in some shots, large sections of the bathroom are completely computer generated.
A teaser trailer was released in July ,  followed by a full trailer in December. Also held there was a publicity event that included foot metal robots, as well as comments from Schwarzenegger about the film.
Several video games were based on the film. An action game of the same name was released by Atari for Xbox , PlayStation 2 , and Game Boy Advance.
On the weekend of the film's release, NASCAR drivers Jamie McMurray and Michael Waltrip each drove T3-branded cars during races at Daytona International Speedway.
The cars featured the likenesses of Schwarzenegger and Loken's characters. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines had its premiere at Mann Village Theater in Westwood, Los Angeles on June 30, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines received generally favorable reviews from critics.
The website's consensus reads, "Although T3 never reaches the heights of the second movie, it is a welcome addition to the Terminator franchise.
Shortly after the film's release, Cameron described the film as "in one word: great",  but after the release of the fourth film, Terminator Salvation , Cameron stated he felt his first two films were better than either of the later films.
Scott of The New York Times said the film "is essentially a B movie , content to be loud, dumb and obvious".
Marco Beltrami composed the musical score, which still employed the series' leitmotif by Brad Fiedel.
The film was followed by a standalone sequel in entitled Terminator Salvation , a post-apocalyptic film set in the year From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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