And according to a unknown "leak" the ending of the T4 is already out on the internet....But it sound so unlikely.
Might be a spoiler
OK, so here's the deal. The main character of the film is apparently a guy named Marcus,
who is a kind of cyborg-human hybrid. He died in 2003, but had Terminator made out of his body after the fact.
Basically he's got human skin on the outside, Terminator shell on the inside, and a beating heart in the middle.
Marcus joins John Connor in the resistance fight against SkyNet, and then... well, let's let AICN source Dr. Silberman explain.
"At the end of the movie John Connor is fighting a T800 model 101 and loses.
He dies and the top resistance people come up with a plan to help the resistance keep fighting on.
The resistance feels that it's important to keep the image or idea that John Connor is still alive so the resistance keeps going.
So they rip off Marcus' skin and put John Connor's on the skeleton so now Marcus is John Connor."
The reason this is unlikely is because according to the old movies and books John Connor dies in 2032 after a infiltrated T850 (The very same T850 from Terminator 3) kills him. That Terminator gets captured and reprogrammed and sent back into time (The T850 in Terminator 3)
A little word from the Terminator Salvation director McG
We're in the middle of week five. The New Mexico wind is kicking the shit out of the crew but providing a perfect backdrop for our post-apocalyptic world.
Sam tore a muscle on the left side of his ribs in a fight sequence. Neither of us wants to use a stunt double.
This movie takes place several years after Judgment Day, but prior to 2029. Just like it took a long time to get an HD plasma screen in our world, it took Skynet a lot of research and development to get to the T-800, and this movie explores that "space between." We have all been fascinated with the world after Judgment Day. Here it is.
In this film, there are Hydrobots that patrol the water, Transports that move human prisoners around, Harvesters that collect human beings as lab rats for Skynet and Aerostats that survey all that is going on with the resistance the world over.
We've started shooting the T-600 - the bigger, grimier, nastier version that preceded the T-800.
Like Reese says, they're easier to spot but they pack a mini gun and carry kick ass fire power. They're eight-foot tall killers that prowl the badlands looking for anything with a heartbeat to terminate.
Stan Winston, Production Designer Martin Laing and ILM came up with the designs and that thing is on Kyle Reese's ass throughout the entire picture. Wanted to achieve that bummer, rubbery skin, prosthetic look that cloaks an unrelenting machine with a singular focus of killing.
More to come...
Also, I realize my name is ridiculous. I was born Joseph McGinty Nichol. McG is short for McGinty. I have been called this since the day I was born to create separation from my Uncle Joe and Grandpa Joe. I realize it sounds like some Hollywood nickname, hip-hop choice. But the truth is, this is simply my name - for every day of elementary school, every zit-filled day of high school. I have been taking shit for it ever since. I get it, I would think it's lame too. But it's just a name, and to change it now would seem fraudulent.
Oh yeah, don't get too uptight about the prospect of the film being PG-13. We have entertained the idea of a PG-13 rating largely because Batman Begins, in my opinion, was made compromise-free. So we'll see. The movie comes first and it will be protected at all times…
By the way, there are only three people who know the ending.
The unknown future rolls toward us.