Arnold Schwarzenegger tells a secret from the filming of Terminator 2
Although it was released in 1991, the movie Terminator 2, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, is still one of the best science fiction stories in cinema.
Terminator 2 was a commercial success that elevated its director James Cameron and its actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, and Edward Furlong. After that spectacular sequel, they have tried to replicate the formula with more films in the saga without the same result.
One of the great successes is that in the first installment Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 was the villain, while in Terminator 2 he became the protector of John Connor and therefore of the future of humanity.
Now actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has told an anecdote from the filming of Terminator 2 since his wife Maria Shriver and their children loved going to the production sets of their films. But this time the thing was not also as expected.
“My daughter Katherine came to the set when we were in the middle of filming Terminator 2. And then she saw me when half the face was gone and the eye was lighting up and all that. All this kind of weird makeup, so she started screaming and crying on set because she didn’t understand why Dad looked like this. ”
Their daughter is currently married to Chris Pratt.
Arnold Schwarzenegger joked that he “never, ever thought” that Katherine would grow up to marry an actor, based on her extremely adverse reaction to seeing her father in Terminator 2. But it seems that she overcame her fears and is currently married to another action star like Chris Pratt, whom we have seen in Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World.
At another point, he also recalled an anecdote from the 1990 film Kindergarten Cop (Kindergarten Cop), a totally different story Terminator 2, as it was a comedy with a touch of action for a young audience. Arnold Schwarzenegger praised his younger castmates and gave them credit for helping him prepare him for parenthood. As it happens, his wife had given birth to Katherine shortly before production began. He also shared his memories of the famous line “It’s not a tumor. ” According to him, the children would laugh out loud in that scene, even when the bulky and intimidating man yelled it out. He recalled that director Ivan Reitman told him: “If the kids laugh at your sound, I think the audience will laugh too. “