‘Terminator 6’: Arnold Schwarzenegger Training Gabriel Luna For Role

Terminator 6 Gabriel Luna Arnold SchwarzeneggerTim Miller’s Terminator 6 is currently undergoing principal photography, and actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gabriel Luna are both hard at work as they physically train for the latest entry in the iconic sci-fi action film franchise.

Schwarzenegger shared a photo of himself training Luna, the latter of which is portraying a brand new Terminator in the new film. You can check out Schwarzenegger mentoring Luna down below:

Hopefully, this new entry will be the first truly good chapter in the franchise that is worthy of James Cameron’s first two, which are heavily hailed as genre classics.

Plot details are currently under wraps, though producer James Cameron has stated that the sixth film will disregard all entries in the franchise with the exception of the first two acclaimed films and centers on a new young heroine who is pursued by a Terminator in present-day Mexico City. The project is intended to be the first in a new trilogy of Terminator films.

Directed by Tim Miller, the Terminator reboot stars Mackenzie Davis, Diego Boneta, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton reprising their respective roles from previous films.

The sixth Terminator film is scheduled to be released in theaters on November 22, 2019.

The Six Mythical Figures That Make Up Shazam’s Name

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Shazam Movie Zachary Levi DC Billy Batson’s life is completely changed after his first encounter with the wizard Shazam. Given an assortment of abilities, Batson transforms into the hero Captain Marvel (well, he used to transform into “Captain Marvel,” but now he also uses the name “Shazam” so DC can avoid legal problems with Marvel Comics) whenever he yells the word “Shazam!”

While many superheroes have ridiculous powers, most of the time their abilities are never truly explained. Often times a character is an alien or subject to a terrible accident that results in them obtaining powers (think Spider-Man, Hulk, Fantastic Four, etc.), but Batson is different. Instead of just channeling the power of Shazam, Batson is connected to six different mythological figures — gods and humans — in order to become the ideal hero. “Shazam” may just look like a fun word, but it’s actually an acronym that pays homage to each key figure who makes up the power of Shazam!

Get ready to scream “Shazam” and hit Next  to learn which six mythical figures make up the character’s famous name!

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