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Rating: CalienteChristian Bale
says Arnold Schwarzenegger
is no longer relevant to the 'Terminator'
movie franchise. (Video
Bale - who stars in the forthcoming latest instalment of the sci-fi series - insists the new blockbuster is dramatically different from when Arnold played the title character in 1984.
He said: "'Terminator 2' is the original nightmare of just being pursued that everyone has, by somebody who just will not stop, never stops, doesn't give up. When you've got someone who looked like Schwarzenegger coming after you it made a big difference but now days, it wouldn't really - we've seen so many guys who imitated him and it just became a little passe."[The franchise doesn't need him now] because you can't just keep re-hashing the same plot. Yes, 'Terminator' is known for having this one singular figure of villainy that is constantly pursuing but how many times can you keep on doing it?"
Although pleased with the results, Bale says disassociating the movie from Schwarzenegger's cyborg assassin role in the sci-fi hit 'The Terminator' was a challenge.
He added to Total Film: "I don't think anyone really had an interest in just imitating the movies that had come before.There was a realisation of 'Look, the mythology is dead unless we reinvent something, put it in a different world, recreate completely. So obviously that'll be the big question for a lot of people. Why don't you have that single figure of villainy coming after you? But I think if we had it would have been same old, same old and why bother?"