Usually for something like this, they use Silicone appliances, that are painted.
(Rarely) hard plastic pieces, that are placed on an actors body, are used.
Some ways to get that chrome looks are:
silver spray painting (yes they really do it)
or Alumaluster (http://www.imperialsurfacetechnologies.com/ist-alumaluster.html)
One has to keep ...
Was the Terminator crying?
If mission requires, a T-900 can lie like a T-850 does. Further more, since a T-900 features unsurpassed human mimicry, making it able to fake emotion, such as crying, to cheat enemy/target in order to achieve mission or avoid being terminated.
Note the tear ducts are necessary for eye lubrication and protection, so it is ...
"Calling shotgun" is laying claim to the front passenger seat.
I saw that line as Cameron A) Not knowing what "call shotgun" meant, and B) Thinking John was saying "I want to have the shotgun" literally (e.g., take a literal shotgun on the "field trip"), and stating her preference for a 9mm handgun instead.
If it were much later in the series you might ...
Cross Site answer by Valorum at Science Fiction & Fantasy who said....
I initially thought Skynet might be strapping them onto Hunter-killers.
But on rewatching the episode a second time, I realised that we do actually see them again. Skynet has turned several of them upright in order to power its Time-Displacement Equipment (TDE).
With correct ...
You can find the information on her wikipedia page:
Very little is known about Sarah's life prior to May 12, 1984. The
Terminator does not specify her age or birth date, although according
to the original script (available on the Special Edition DVD), she was
19 years old. The film was primarily set on May 12–14, 1984; according
to the script, her ...
"Calling shotgun" is a way of making sure that you get to sit in the front seat of a car, similar to calling "bagsies" in order to secure something for yourself.
"More recently, the term [shotgun] has been applied to a game, usually played by groups of friends to determine who rides beside the driver in a car. Typically, this involves ...
Derek was about to kill the young hostage, the man confirmed that the other hostage is his younger self, he cracked and confessed. If you watch carefully, Derek wants to kill the young man to prevent him from becoming who he becomes and prevent what he does in feature, but Jesse kills the older as the younger has not committed any crime yet.
At the end of ...
No, she didn't since Catherine Weaver's goal is to stop Skynet and John Henry is her way in doing so. So helping John Henry was the right/logical thing to do.
As for "I'm sorry", it was meant to be as "I'm sorry for leaving/giving away my chip and getting deactivated".
Jordan is the girl in the third image, with blonde hair.
The images suggest that Jordan did something inappropriate with someone (probably a teacher) and that someone else knows, and they are slowly revealing it. Jordan is afraid that people, particularly her parents, will find out the truth. As they reveal more about the door scene, they are also ...
Terminators do not have x ray vision, and there is no way to detect everything. Terminators are not infallible, they can be tricked into ambushes and explosives. None of this means she's becoming human, in a physical way. It could mean she's acting more human. But her normal terminator skills are still there.
It is a younger pre-time-travel Derek.
A fews things about the future John Connor and Catherine Weaver travel to:
It is a future where John Connor is not the leader of the resistance, and might not possibly even exist.
It is the future, but before Kyle Reese travels back in time (and therefore before Derek Reese travels back)
Derek Reese hasn't aged, he ...
From the Terminator Wiki which I recommend you check first for answers to your many other Terminator questions.
Martin Bedell was an influential member of the Resistance who directly helped John Connor with the creation of the Resistance after the initial breakout from Century Work Camp.
A member of a family long known for their service to ...
According to IGFDB, the Glock 17 is the most commonly used gun on the show. It uses 9mm ammo, as do many of the other handguns.
So this is a brick joke, she's literally calling dibs on the hand gun. It's also an example of http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BluntMetaphorsTrauma as Cameron is a cultural tourist on 2000's slang. She doesn't know the ...
Per this wiki article:
The expression "riding shotgun" is derived from "shotgun messenger", a colloquial term for "express messenger", in the days of stagecoach travel the person in the position next to the driver. However, apparently the phrase "riding shotgun" was not coined until 1919. It was later used in print and especially film depiction of ...
Cameron is a machine and could theoretically break down the entire car and scan the entire thing, but that would take a lot of time and there was no reason for her to think there would be a bomb on the car. There was no motive for her to do that. She's a machine, she doesn't know everything.
This isn't an indication of her becoming human and it's hard to ...
From what I remember, it was her original programming to kill him and the explosion must have reset her to factory settings (F*#k you Apple).
From my knowledge of real-world electronics, I suppose it's possible that the explosion could have corrupted a hard drive or part of a hard drive and that forced the CPU to boot in safe mode which would would boot ...
The Wikia has the answer:
Q:' Did Sarah Connor actually go through the portal? If not, why did
Sarah Connor choose to leave her son behind, and whose voice was the
one saying "I love you too, John" at the very end?
A: It is possible that Sarah jumped to the future after John and
Weaver. It is also possible that John Connor returned through the ...