So there: really on camera: Edward Furlong stood for “Dark Fate Terminator”

John Connors fate in “Terminator 6” caused discussions – especially after James Cameron’s promise to bring back Edward Furlong. Despite CGI deployment of confirmed now: He was actually on the set. What does this but that is remains unclear.

Attention, followed spoiler to “Terminator: Dark Fate”.

Attention, followed spoiler to “Terminator: Dark Fate”.

Last summer “Terminator” -creator James Cameron promised that in “Dark Fate” not only Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger as killer robots return would – after “Terminator 2” should also Edward Furlong again slip into his role. This created a sensation, of course, the now 42-year-old was in recent years but no more than for B-movies and television productions in front of the camera.

However, not just what it looks like today, but a still young Connor, who still fall victim shortly after the events of “T2” have the terminator – and actually we got the well-known John Connor again to see. With CGI support the young Connor looks so almost exactly like Furlong 1991. But the actor was for ever on camera?

In fact, Edward Furlong was at least involved in the shooting, as he confirmed in an interview with Alex YouTuber Leyba. on FMOVIES you can watch all parts of Terminator.

Mini-Rolle: John Connor in “Terminator 6”

We visited the shooting of the film in Budapest in September 2018 and were allowed to director, actors and effects artists look for two days over his shoulder – and spent thus probably more time on the set of “Terminator: The Dark Fate” as John Connor Actor Furlong.

“I have a day shot,” he revealed in an interview now. CGI application or not: “They made me pay,” said Furlong, makes no secret of what it involved him in the first place. “That’s kind of a shame. I would love to do a whole [film] and making big money, “the actor continues.

“I have a day shot,” he revealed in an interview now.

From this statement, however, does not state clearly what Furlong actually stood in front of the camera. Was he merely scanned for animations? Has he shot scenes that did not make it ultimately in the final film? He served as a stand-in for the young John Connor, we really can not imagine any case …

From this statement, however, does not state clearly what Furlong actually stood in front of the camera.

Mega-Flop “Dark Fate”

Whether we would have seen more now by John Connor (Edward Furlong or) in the film or not, nothing would have changed in the financial crash of the blockbuster. “Dark Fate” is more than a month after theatrical release at a worldwide box office of less than $ 250 million. Taking into account alongside the pure production costs of as much as 185 million US dollars also the budget for Marketing & Co., the sixth film of the killer cyborg saga will probably write no more black numbers.