The Terminator's back in this magnificent, behind-the-scenes look at "The Terminator "and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day." Long before "Titanic "and "Avatar "broke box-office records and won countless awards, James Cameron announced his genius with the 1984 release of "The Terminator. "Nothing like it had ever been seen before--it fused time travel, thrilling action, artificial intelligence, and terror with provocative questions about the human race--and of course, it made Arnold Schwarzenegger an international superstar. The movie's 1991 sequel, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day, "has some of the greatest special effects in movie history and remains one of the most influential science fiction films of all time. The story of Sarah and John Connor's fight against the advanced assassin cyborg, the T-1000, is an astonishing look at the battle between good and evil. Now, for the first time ever, here is the complete story of the "Terminator "world. "Terminator Vault, "written by acclaimed film expert Ian Nathan and with a foreword by "Governator" Schwarzenegger, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the making of both films, from the initial conception of Skynet (the AI system determined to destroy humanity) to the creation of the films' special effects, many of which had never been previously attempted. Reproductions of original scripts and concept drawings provide completely new insights into the "Terminator "backstory, and there are over 170 color images of the development, production, and more. This is a must-have book for any "Terminator "fan, released in anticipation of the first film's thirtieth anniversary.