New ‘Terminator Salvation’ & ‘Crank 2′ Posters

Published 6 years ago by , Updated September 12th, 2013 at 1:52 pm,

Yesterday, the final poster for Crank 2: High Voltage appeared online in addition to a brand new one for Terminator Salvation.

We’ll start with the good one first: The new Terminator poster. Like the other Terminator Salvation images and posters, this one is pretty cool. In it, we see head of a destroyed Terminator unit being held by a resistance fighter – finally a poster that shows something positive for the good guys!

terminator salvation poster2 New Terminator Salvation & Crank 2 Posters

Next we have Crank which is just Jason Statham on a yellow background. That’s it. This particular poster interestingly was first revealed through Lionsgate’s Twitter account.

crank 2 poster New Terminator Salvation & Crank 2 Posters

I’m not excited for the Crank sequel and if I was, perhaps this poster would be pretty cool. I barely enjoyed the first one and I didn’t enjoy Transporter 3 so I’m getting pretty tired of these Jason Statham solo action films. He needs to get back into good roles like his Guy Ritchie characters or Handsome Rob from The Italian Job movie (at least we may be getting more of the ladder with The Brazilian Job if it every comes out).

That being said, Statham does make for a great action-oriented character I just don’t like the roles he gets with them – Perhaps his character in The Expendables will be perfect.

The newest installment for the Terminator franchise however, I am very excited for. Much of that excitement came from the latest full trailer for Terminator Salvation which was incredible (That’s a must-watch if you’ve not seen it yet).

What do you think of these posters?

Terminator Salvation opens May 21, 2009 and Crank 2: High Voltage opens April 17, 2009.

Sources: IGN, Lionsgate

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  1. I went to see Crank 2 today but missed the Transformer 2 trailer. I must say, I was not impressed with Crank 2. The movie didn’t take itself seriously, which is good, but they overplayed vulgarity to the point where I just wondered what they were trying to accomplish.

    ***** SPOILERS AHEAD *****

    The movie takes place immediately after Statham falls from the chopper and is taken by the Triads. His heart is removed and replaced with an artificial one. They are trying to keep him alive to harvest his organs for the leader of the Triads. To stay alive, he must charge his body with electricity which in turn charges the heart. The movie is all about Statham trying to get his heart back. From what I saw, the movie nearly broke the X-rating. Don’t get me wrong, the action sequences were good and over-the-top but I just kept shaking my head with all the vulgarity. One thing that really irked me was to see children under 15 in the audience. Some parents need to be slapped.

  2. I can’t believe you actually wasted your money on this. What I can never understand, is why they needed to install the artificial heart in the first place. If his heart is good enough to be sold, then technically, shouldn’t his original heart been good enough to keep him alive for the other organs in the first place??

    It’s pretty stupid. And I don’t think it’s weird to see 15 year old kids there. Vulgarity really appeals mostly to people in that age group. More mature people like you and I could care less. That’s why I’ve always felt that rating systems are actually backward. It seems the higher the rating, the more immature it is…

  3. @Ken J
    Immature it was. The movie was nearly NC-17.

    And where were you to smack me upside the head for even thinking about going to see this? :-)

  4. Man, your gravatar is kind of creepy. Maybe it’s because you’re smiling so much, Spock doesn’t really smile, lol.

  5. Yeah, I used the trekyourself program that Vic showed us. Would you prefer my original Spock gravatar?

  6. Nah, this is fine, I am just messing with you. I figure this is why they can never hire you to play a part in Star Trek because you wouldn’t be able to wipe the ear to ear grin off your face, lol.

  7. @Ken J
    LOL! That picture makes me look a lot thinner than I actually am. I would make a very good Klingon. I think I will change my gravatar to my actual face.

  8. Yah, that sounds like a good idea. Just like how I have MY real face as my gravatar… :-P

  9. Your avatar is your real face, huh? Well, you seem to need a bit more fat in your diet. And your eyes look like Gambit’s. Do I send all e-mail to 8-)

  10. What you talking about? I’m completely healthy. A little glossy, but a little bit of living tissue over this metal endo-skeleton and that can be fixed…

  11. You need to brush those teeth of yours too. Gray teeth are a turnoff to the ladies. :-)

  12. It’s just a bad picture, my teeth are completely realistic looking… (really, it is, if you look at the T-800 skull closely, it has human looking teeth. James Cameron actually put some thought into it…