‘Terminator Genisys’ Trailer Reveals Identity Of Villain; Watch Full Clip Here!


'Terminator Genisys' Trailer Reveals Identity Of Villain; Watch Full Clip Here!
'Terminator Genisys' Trailer Reveals Identity Of Villain; Watch Full Clip Here!

The newest “Terminator Genisys” trailer has just been released and it reveals that it is actually the character of John Connor who is the villain in the story.

In the latest full trailer for the movie reboot of the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, John Connor (Jason Clarke) is heard saying, “I’m not machine, I’m not man.

I’m…

more.” With this, the “Terminator Genisys” trailer just confirmed that it is indeed John Connor who will cause all the trouble for his mother Sarah Connor (“Game of Thrones”‘ Emilia Clarke), his best friend Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney), and the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger).

By all accounts, fans say that the story seemed to rely on the storyline of the original movie, with the exception of John actually sending his best friend Kyle back in time to help his mother.

But this new trailer dropped the big twist to this version of the “Terminator” saga.

Aside from this “Terminator Genisys” revelation, Arnold Schwarzenegger himself has been the source of some of the “Teminator Genisys” spoilers that have been released.

Using his Twitter account and the hashtag #TerminatorUnlock, the actor has posted photos from the film, which included the T-800 facedown on the ground, and John Connor’s hand caught in mid-transformation.

Even though it seems that plenty of “Terminator Genisys” spoilers have been revealed, actor Jai Courtney has said that there is more to expect from this movie.

In an interview with The Huffington Post , he described the movie as not merely a reboot or a sequel.

“We start in a place we’re familiar with from the early films and then, you know, circumstances change,” the actor shared.

“It somewhat shifts the course of events from that point.”  “Terminator Genisys” is not necessarily a sequel or a reboot,” Courtney insisted.

“I don’t even know how you brand it correctly.” “We’re not remaking one of the early ‘Terminator’ movies,” he continued.

“And it doesn’t necessarily carry on from the point where we left off.” “Terminator Genisys” is set to hit theaters on July 1.

In the meantime, catch the trailer here:

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