lunes, 8 de junio de 2009

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"Y qué bien sirvieron esos 15 millones para mi campaña de 'governator' Hasta la vista...baby".






James Cameron tuvo la idea de Terminator (1984) después de ver el funcionamiento de una fábrica en medio del desierto.

La sinopsis inicial de Terminator fue vendida por la generosa cantidad de 1 dólar a la productora, Gale Anne Hurd, entonces esposa de Cameron.

Arnold Schwarzenegger cobró 15 millones de dólares en la secuela, Terminator 2 Judgment Day, y sólo decía 700 palabras en toda la película.

En cada episodio de la teleserie Seinfeld, que se transmitió de 1990 a 1998, siempre aparecía en algún lugar un Superman.

La marca de pianos más prestigiosa del mundo, Steinway & Sons, se llamó en The Flinstones “Stoneway”.

Siguiendo con The Flinstones, Cary Grant era conocido como "Cary Granite".

4 comentarios:

Pandy dijo...

Terminator 2 was such a badass movie, i remember it scared me, i couldnt watch it by myself, but i knew that i wanted a boyfriend like Edward Furlong hahaha

Àlex Frias dijo...

But you must have been a little girl in that time Pandy:-)! Did you watch it in the cinema or video later?? What did you scared the most: the T-1000, or Arnold?? hahaha

Pandy dijo...

I dont remember when or where was it that i watched it for the first time, but it was a constant on TV, so yeah i was a little girl and my memories are blurry but i remember i was scared of the T-1000 which i suppose was that unstoppable red eyed robot without a hand and no legs, it was scary. Arnold at the end at least seemed to be a little human haha

Àlex Frias dijo...

Ooh I see Pandy, you're right, there was a time when they gave the movie very often on TV hahaha. Mmmm, the T-1000 was played by Robert Patrick, and was that policeman character very letal and that always was melting like mercury. That character was very important in terms of special effects and animation. Thank you Pandy!!

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