Terminator 2: Judgement Day Easter Egg - Taking Pictues

When the T-1000 and the T-101 are fighting in the mall, the T-1000 throws the T-101 out the window. There's is an image of someone taking pictures in the background. That person is the person responsible for writing both movies.

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Cybercelt writes:
Actually, the guy that wrote the story that 'The Terminator' was based on, was Harlan Ellison There was a Lawsuit to that effect because of the similarities between 'The Terminator' and Harlan Ellison's story 'Soldier', which was used in an Outer Limits Ep of the same name (1964) It was settled out of court, and a Credit was given to Ellison in certain prints of T-1 This information can be found in 'The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction' by John Clute and Peter Nichols (various Ed, 1993-1999)
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Chromicide writes:
Arnold is a Cyberdyne Systems model T-800 series 101.
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Lady Eboshi writes:
The man with the camera in the crash scene is William Wisher, who co-wrote the script with JC. He also had a cameo in the original "Terminator" as a cop who gets his car 'jacked by the Terminator.
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beavos99 writes:
Funny, the credits indicate James Cameron wrote both movies.
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dewey writes:
Schwartzenegger's charecter was called ciberdin system moddle 101----for short CSM 101..... in his sun glasses on the cover of the first terminator, not T-101
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James 64 writes:
actually the terminator is cyberdynes system model 101, series 800. there is a 101.
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Freeza Frost writes:
dewey's spelling is bad! is model. not moddle! and it's cyberdyne, nit ciberdin. ciberdin sounds like "siber dinn" to me
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McFrogBot writes:
Okay, Lessee here...Arnold plays a Cyberdyne Model 101, referred in the original "Terminator" as the T-800 (the 600s had rubber skin, remember?) and the guy taking pictures is William Wisher, who wrote for both films, and was credited only for the sequel.
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jamester writes:
T-1000 was not equipped with his original body when he was created. When activated, T-1000's first intention was to kill his human creator, analyze his DNA and use his creators body as his own. (Robert Patrick's body)
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graham writes:
I thought the T-1000 was created by the machines run under Skynet in the future AFTER the humans lost power ?
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Darkshadow writes:
The Terminator is called Cyberdine Systems Model 101 but the shortname is T-600, and the newer model is T-1000 there is no T-101!!
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