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Terminator 3: Rise Of The DVD

4 DECEMBER 2003
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Terminator 3: Rise Of The DVD

Dubbed one of the biggest DVDs of 2003, the release of TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES brings the impact of Arnold Schwarznegger in his signature role to the living room and is expected to drive the 2003 retails sales of DVDs in New Zealand over $100 million.

TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES on DVD is a twin-set special features extravaganza revealing all that is behind the ‘Terminator’ phenomenon.

A non-stop blast of action and thrills, the $4.1 million NZ box office hit on DVD contains the following special features;
- An introduction from Arnold Schwarzenegger
- A ‘Terminal Flaws’ blooper reel
- A never-before-seen ‘Terminated’ scene
- Six behind-the-scenes featurettes on the movie’s making including a look at the film’s production and costume design, the making of the video game, storyboards, the premiere, and more
- A ‘Visual Effects Lab’ where action scenes can be built and major special effects scenes from the film can be deconstructed
- A ‘Sky Net’ database revealing weapons and personnel dossiers
- A behind-the-scenes feature on the making of the movie with cast and crew interviews
- A Terminator timeline
- Audio commentary by Director Jonathan Mostow
- Audio commentary by Jonathan Mostow and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kristanna Loken, Claire Danes and Nick Stahl
- The Original Widescreen Presentation
- The Original move trailer
- Bonus movie trailers
- A DVD-Rom weblink to video game deomdemo
- A picture disc

Protecting young John Conner from the threat of Skynet’s sophisticated network and captivating T-X - a sophisticated cyborg killing machine, the Terminator has his work cut out for him against the relentless female. As insistent as her human guise is beautiful, the T-X is exponentially more powerful, dangerous and destructive than every Terminator that has come before her.

Rated M contains violence and offensive language and available for purchase at all good DVD outlets, the TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES DVD twin-set is an unrivalled and ultimate entertainment fest for even the most die-hard action fan and has a recommended retail price of $39.95.

ENDS

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