If you're an ancient dust-creature like most of us on the Birth.Movies.Death. staff, you've seen James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgement Day in a variety of formats. First you saw it theatrically, then on VHS, then on Laserdisc, then on DVD, then on Extreme DVD, then on Blu-ray, then in graphic novel form. You played through it as an obnoxious '90s arcade game, relived the magic through a theme park ride and your very own set of Terminator 2 Topps trading cards, and then maybe - just for funsies - you revisited the film a few weeks ago on Amazon streaming.
In short, you've experienced Terminator 2: Judgement Day in every conceivable format.
More than 26 years after its theatrical release, James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day is returning to cinemas in 3D on August 25 via Distrib Films US. This marks the first time the Arnold Schwarzenegger sequel has been converted into the format.
That's Deadline gently breaking the news that our relationship with Terminator 2 is not over: the film is headed back to theaters this August in 3D (read: three dimensions), and despite having seen it 5,000 times at this point (and not really liking 3D all that much in the first place), you know damn well you will line up and pay to see it again, because you are a completist, by god.
Nothing further to report at this time, but stay tuned for Terminator 2's 2018 rerelease as an iOS-based farming simulator.