Dr. Who's Matt Smith, the latest addition to the cast of Terminator 5: Genesis, spoke about getting killed by Arnold Schwarzenegger in an interview on Monday at the Wizard World Comic-Con in Minneapolis.
The actor shared his excitement at being part of the iconic sc-fi franchise.
"I'm very excited to be a part of the Terminator franchise because those movies - those first two movies particularly - were brilliant. It's very exciting," he said.
When asked about how he would feel if he were to become Schwarzenegger's -- who is reprising his role as the cyborg in Terminator 5 -- victim in this film. The actor seemed to hint at the fact that that wouldn't be happening. "If Arnold killed me on screen - yeah but then I wouldn't be in it anymore!" he said.
According to a Deadline report dated May 2, Smith was the final major piece in the casting and will be playing a new character who will be John Connor's ally. The British actor is going to be an integral part of the new trilogy Terminator 5 will start up.
At the event Smith also spoke about how he grew up watching Schwarzenegger play the cyborg and wreak havoc in the films.
"Anyone our sort of age has an affection for those films. It's like my childhood seeing Arnold [Schwarzenegger] throw people from trucks. What's not to like about that?" he said.
Terminator 5 is being directed by Alan Taylor and is scheduled to release in July 2015.
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