Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sideshow Collectibles T-800 life size bust

Sideshow Collectibles movie prop

To celebrate the 15th Anniversary of T2, Sideshow Collectibles and Stan Winston Studios have partnered to create the T-800 Life-Size Bust. Using life-casts of Arnold created during the filming of T2, Stan Winston's team has created the ultimate T-800 bust. This is the real deal, life-like and accurate to the film. The T-800 Life-Size Bust is cast in fiberglass and polystone, then hand-finished and hand-painted to exacting standards
One of the most iconic characters ever envisioned, the Terminator was brought to life on the big screen through the artistry and imagination of James Cameron and Stan Winston. They faced a particular difficult challenge with casting the central character, the T-800. The actor needed to have physical presence, and somehow convey true menace and purpose while remaining robotic and stoic. They found perfection with Arnold Schwarzenegger, the famed bodybuilder and actor. Arnold returned to play the T-800 in T2, where he faced a new challenge - making the T-800 a believable guardian, and endowing the character with just enough personality to make get the audience emotionally invested in the T-800. Arnold pulled it off beautifully, and with the help of Winston's effects and Cameron's eye, the T-800 was real once more, but now with real depth and perhaps even a little heart.
prop: collector:
category: Sideshow Collectibles
type: movie props
serial number: 99
celebrity: Arnold Schwarzenegger (281)
original (122)  |  replica (159)
movie: Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
original (116)  |  replica (252)
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