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Terminator Genisys Presses “Reese-set” With Jai Courtney

Actor Jai Courtney has been all over the cinematic map in 2014, thanks to his work in the fantasy/action flicks Divergent and I, Frankenstein, the crime drama Felony, and the upcoming WWII feature Unbroken (he plays a cigar chomping soldier and friend to Olympic runner Louis Zamperini).

His most anticipated film is Terminator Genisys, and the trailer was released today. Is Kyle Reese (Courtney) saving a Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) who was actually raised by a grey-haired Terminator (Arnold Schwarzeneger), and does this recent time travel journey forever change the events from The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day?

During our interview with Jai Courtney for Felony, he gave a brief insight on Terminator Genisys:

There’s not a lot I can say – it’s definitely not exactly the same than anything you’ve seen. It’s going to dig up some familiar aspects of the world we know about in Terminator, but there’s certainly kind of (a pushing of) “reset” somewhat if you know what I mean. 

To hear Jai Courtney’s full answer, click on the audio bar below (Felony co-star Joel Edgerton is also heard in the clip)

Terminator Genisys opens July 1, 2015.

Terminator Genisys - Paramount
Terminator Genisys – Paramount


Greg Srisavasdi
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