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JAMES CAMERON’S SHIRT DOESN’T LIKE TERMINATOR GENISYS

JAMES CAMERON’S SHIRT DOESN’T LIKE TERMINATOR GENISYS

HOLLYWOOD – Director of Avatar, Titanic and the first two Terminator films, James Cameron has come out swinging in support for the latest film in the Terminator franchise, but his shirt mutely contradicted him throughout his comments.

Even as James Cameron said that he considered Terminator Genisys – starring Emilia Clarke and Jason Clarke – as the third film in the series – dismissing Terminator Rise of the Machines and Terminator Salvation – his shirt seemed to be colorfully  saying ‘I liked Terminator Rise of the Machines’. Cameron spoke about how  he loved watching Terminator Genisys as a fan and how pleased he was with how respectful the film was to its predecessors, the paisley (?) shirt suggested a suppressed love of Christian Bale’s John Connor.

Science fiction aficionados were quick to hit the comment boards and pick apart the subtext of Cameron’s shirt.

Swiss Sci-fi buff Xavier Poulis wrote on the Freejack fan site Jaegger:

I think it’s obviously a throwback to the sixties and the Golden Age of Science Fiction shirts. It’s psychedelic exuberance suggests nothing less than the Stargate section of 2001 a Space Odyssey. Although Cameron was letting off spoilers, left right and center, his shirt seemed to subtly undermine almost everything he said. Hinting that fans of the first movies will again be wearing that fixed fake smile that Schwarzenegger flashes in the trailer as they watch the new film unfold before their unbelieving eyes.

It is believed that Paramount have given James Cameron’s shirt a three picture development deal and that its first project will be a remake of The Deep.

Terminator Genisys is directed by Alan Taylor, written by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier and will be released on July 1, 2015.

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