Terminator Salvation

It’s been a slow news day, I know. But thankfully our friend Christopher M. has been digging around for all sorts of cool stuff. Even better, he saw fit to send it over to us so that we might share it with all of you. This round includes two new images from the upcoming actioner Terminator Salvation, from director McG. The first photo below features Christian Bale as John Connor, inspecting what appears to be the tail and/or arm of a machine warrior. It looks very similar to the Scorpinok tail that was captured by the military in Transformers, does it not? The second photo is a generic soldier walking toward the wreckage of a plane. If I had to take a guess, I’d say that the machines were somehow involved in the demise of the plane. Both photos are relatively ambiguous, I know. But what can I say, it’s the week of Christmas. This is the best we’ve got.

Terminator Salvation hits theaters on May 22, 2009.

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Note: You may recognize the Terminator above from the concept art that was leaked a while back, seen below. I’m told by some of my inside source ninjas that this is one of the cool new Terminator models that can attack through the air or the water. It is akin to the crazy squid things from The Matrix. Pretty cool, eh?

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