T2 3-D: Battle Across Time (1996)

 ●  English ● Running Time: TBA

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In the year 2029, a computer called Skynet is fighting against a human resistance, after having nearly destroyed the rest of humanity in 1997. Skynet has found a way to send some of it's warriors, called Terminators, back in time. This is the story of the Terminator sent to kill the resistance leader in 1996. The resistance sends a reprogrammed Terminator back to 1996 to protect the young man, and the two end up traveling to the year 2029.
Did you know? The stage where the attraction is held is called "Miles Bennett Dyson Memorial Auditorium", as indicated by a sign in an entrance room. Read More
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as The Terminator
as Sarah Connor
as Peter Silberman
as John Connor
Supporting Actor
as Kyle Reese
as T-1000

Direction

First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director

Production

Executive Producer
Associate Producer

Writers

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography

Music

Music Director

Sound

Art

Production Designer

Editorial

Assistant Editor

Makeup and Hair

Makeup Artist

Special Effects

Special Effects Technician

Stunts

Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Double

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Coordinator
Film Type:
Short Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Goofs:
Crew/Equipment Visible
When the T-800 blasts through the concrete wall and steps through the hole it made, the rig holding the Terminator up can be seen very briefly sticking out of its back.
Trivia:
Presented at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida as a mixture of live action and film, with performers who closely resemble the film's stars performing on stage in synch with the movie footage.

The theaters that show the film are equipped with numerous secret panels, hydraulic lifts, and sliding walls, all which have to work in sync with the film. In addition, the theaters are a soundproof environment.

The stage where the attraction is held is called "Miles Bennett Dyson Memorial Auditorium", as indicated by a sign in an entrance room.

The queue has dozens of TV sets (like most rides at Universal Studios) showing innovations, products and special segments such as the Cyberdyne Radio Station (also known as CDYN). CDYN plays two songs from the movie, "Bad to the Bone" and "Guitars, Cadillacs", as well as a "live" video (via Satillite) of some Mexicans playing La Bamba.

The entrance to the theater in the "Hollywood" themed section of the park was rebuilt from the ground up along with the custom built theater. The entire building where the Terminator show takes place in Orlando was originally a facade to look like the front of Hollywood building until 1995 when the attraction was built.

The motorcycle that The Terminator rides is a custom built Harley Davidson "Fat Boy".