Friday, 27th February 2009
In Events In Japan,
Terminator 4 props to go on display at Tokyo museum
Props used during the making of the upcoming Terminator film are to go on display at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo next month.
Among the exhibits from Terminator 4 will be costumes and artwork, all of which will be looked at from a scientific perspective.
The exhibition will take place from March 19th to June 28th with admission costing 1,200 yen for adults and 500 yen for under-18s.
Recently, one of the stars of the film, Christian Bale, hit the headlines after launching into an expletive-laden rant during filming.
The former Batman star told the KROQ radio station in Los Angeles: "I know I have a potty mouth, everybody knows that now.
"I was out of order beyond belief, I acted like a punk."
The Internet Movie Database reports that the actors in the film were asked to read Cormac McCarthy's The Road to absorb the bleakness of the world portrayed in the novel.
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