Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

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2h 17m
Running Time

July 3, 1991
Release Date

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

6.02
/ 10
679 User Ratings
2h 17m
Running Time

July 3, 1991
Release Date

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Lightstorm EntertainmentTriStar PicturesCarolco Pictures
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Plot.

Set ten years after the events of the original, James Cameron’s classic sci-fi action flick tells the story of a second attempt to get the rid of rebellion leader John Connor, this time targeting the boy himself. However, the rebellion has sent a reprogrammed terminator to protect Connor.

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Cast & Crew.

Dean Blanke

Dean Blanke

Baby John Connor (uncredited)

Jim Dahl

Jim Dahl

SWAT Officer (uncredited)

Jennifer Jacono

Jennifer Jacono

Mother in Mall (uncredited)

Takao Komine

Takao Komine

Mall Employee Shot by T-1000 (uncredited)

Steven Stear

Steven Stear

SWAT Officer (uncredited)

Steven C. McGee

Steven C. McGee

Best Boy Electric

Conrad Buff IV

Conrad Buff IV

Editor

Ed French

Ed French

Makeup Artist

Ken Beyer

Ken Beyer

CG Engineer

Beth Block

Beth Block

VFX Production Coordinator

Barbara Brennan

Barbara Brennan

VFX Artist

Betzy Bromberg

Betzy Bromberg

Visual Effects Supervisor

Geoff Burdick

Geoff Burdick

Visual Effects Production Assistant

Daniel Burridge

Daniel Burridge

Stereoscopic Coordinator

Jeremy P. Carroll

Jeremy P. Carroll

Stereoscopic Supervisor

Dan Carter

Dan Carter

Modeling

Anthony Chaney

Anthony Chaney

Modeling

Terry Chostner

Terry Chostner

Visual Effects Camera

Richard L. Cohen

Richard L. Cohen

CG Animator

Steve Cohen

Steve Cohen

Visual Effects Production Assistant

Susan Adele Colletta

Susan Adele Colletta

Visual Effects Coordinator

Tim Conrad

Tim Conrad

Modeling

James Cook

James Cook

Visual Effects Production Assistant

Robert Costa

Robert Costa

Effects Supervisor

Matthew E. Gill

Matthew E. Gill

Roto Supervisor

Megan Graham

Megan Graham

Visual Effects Compositor

Glenn Guenette

Glenn Guenette

Visual Effects Compositor

Joanne Hafner

Joanne Hafner

Rotoscoping Artist

James Hagedorn

James Hagedorn

VFX Artist

Alex Heffner

Alex Heffner

Stereoscopic Supervisor

Christian Hogue

Christian Hogue

CG Animator

Robert Hill

Robert Hill

Visual Effects Camera

Joe Pasquale

Joe Pasquale

CG Animator

Dana Passarella

Dana Passarella

Visual Effects Compositor

Steve Petruzates

Steve Petruzates

Modeling

Paula Pirok

Paula Pirok

Visual Effects Production Assistant

Dan Platt

Dan Platt

Sculptor

Jeryd Pojawa

Jeryd Pojawa

Visual Effects Design Consultant

Derek N. Prusak

Derek N. Prusak

Post-Production Manager

Gary Rhodaback

Gary Rhodaback

Modeling

Bruce Manning

Bruce Manning

First Assistant Camera

Pete Martinez

Pete Martinez

Video Assist Operator

John Nash

John Nash

Grip

Darrin Pulford

Darrin Pulford

Electrician

Joe Rowan

Joe Rowan

Electrician

Ryan Russill

Ryan Russill

Grip

John Smock

John Smock

Electrician

Michael St. Hilaire

Michael St. Hilaire

'A' Camera Operator

Details.

Release Date
July 3, 1991

Status
Released

Running Time
2h 17m

Content Rating
R

Budget
$102,000,000

Box Office
$520,000,000

Filming Locations
Santa Monica · New Mexico · California · Malibu, United States of America

Genres

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Wiki.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a 1991 American science fiction action film directed by James Cameron, who co-wrote the script with William Wisher. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, and Edward Furlong, it is the sequel to The Terminator (1984) and is the second installment in the Terminator franchise. In the film, the malevolent artificial intelligence Skynet sends a Terminator—a highly advanced killing machine—back in time to 1995 to kill the future leader of the human resistance John Connor, when he is a child. The resistance sends back a less advanced, reprogrammed Terminator to protect Connor and ensure the future of humanity.

The Terminator was considered a significant success, enhancing Schwarzenegger's and Cameron's careers, but work on a sequel stalled because of animosity between the pair and Hemdale Film Corporation, which partially owned the film's rights. In 1990, Schwarzenegger and Cameron persuaded Carolco Pictures to purchase the rights from The Terminator producer Gale Anne Hurd and Hemdale, which was financially struggling. A release date was set for the following year, leaving Cameron and Wisher seven weeks to write the script. Principal photography began from October 1990 to March 1991, taking place in and around Los Angeles on an estimated $94–102 million budget, making it the most expensive film made at the time. The advanced visual effects by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), which include the first use of a computer-generated main character in a blockbuster film, resulted in a schedule overrun. Theatrical prints were not delivered to theaters until the night before the picture's release on July 3, 1991.

Terminator 2 was a critical and commercial success, grossing $519–520.9 million at the box office to become the highest-grossing film of 1991 worldwide and the third-highest-grossing film of its time. The film won several accolades, including Saturn, BAFTA, and Academy awards. Terminator 2 merchandise includes video games, comic books, novels, and T2-3D: Battle Across Time, a live-action attraction.

Terminator 2 is considered one of the best science fiction, action, and sequel films ever made. It is also seen as a major influence on visual effects in films, helping usher in the transition from practical effects to reliance on computer-generated imagery. The United States Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry in 2023. Although Cameron intended for Terminator 2 to be the end of the franchise, it was followed by a series of sequels, including Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Salvation (2009), Terminator Genisys (2015), and Terminator: Dark Fate (2019), as well as a 2008 television series.

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