Kristanna Loken News Archive
This Fall the UK will be invaded
by a whole galaxy of weird and wonderful collectables at Collectormania
4, the largest Sci-fi, Comic, Card and Film Collectors Event in
England and the only FREE event in the country.
And to help make this a really spectacular
event there will be over 30 very special guest appearances by famous
film and tv stars from America and the UK, most making their very
first fan appearance EVER. The very special guests appearing at
the show have starred in a wide range of movies and tv shows, from
the cult 80’s movie Goonies and several James Bond movies,
to recent blockbusters such as the Terminator 3, Lord of the Rings,
Harry Potter and The Matrix. This impressive line-up of stars includes
Billy Dee Williams (Lando from the
Star Wars trilogy), the multi-talented Andy Serkis from the Lord
the the Rings trilogy, Star Trek regulars George Takei, Rene Auberjonois
and Roxann Dawson, 2 sets of identical twins (Neil and Adrian Rayment
from The Matrix trilogy and James and Oliver Phelps from the Harry
Potter movies), Anthony Head (Rupet Giles), Kristanna Loken (The
Terminatrix), Robert Davi (Sanchez), and many, many more. In fact
there will be over 30 stars confirmed for the three days, and who
knows who else may be putting in an appearance!
As well as getting the chance to
meet their favourite actors in person, fans will also be able to
add to their collection of autographs and have their photos taken
with the stars. In an effort to make the show as easy and enjoyable
as possible for the public, Showmasters have developed a new virtual
queuing system. Fans no longer have to waste their time standing
in line for hours on end to meet just one guest, only to find out
that there isn’t enough time to see anyone else. With this
new system you are free to wander around the show and meet other
stars while a space is reserved for you in the longer queues.
Collectormania is evolving into something
really special with each new show, and now the organisers have
teamed up with Cineworld’s flagship muiltiplex cinema to
develop a film festival to run in conjunction with the Collectormania
events. They have arranged some very special movie screenings to
complement the themes of the event, and these will include introductory
talks by the leading actors. This will be a unique opportunity
for fans to discover the secrets of how their favourite films shows
were made and hear some of the great behind the scenes tales! There
will be a full list of screenings and talks listed on the Showmasters
Collectormania 4 promises to be one
of the most impressive collectors events of the year, with over
300 tables of sci-fi, movie, comic and card related memorabilia.
There will be a large number of specialist dealers from around
the country and across Europe, with all sorts of collectables for
sale ranging from the latest toy crazes imported from around the
world, to vintage collectables from the 60’s, 70’s,
80’s, 90’s and 00’s! There will be memorabilia
from Aliens to Xena, Buffy to WWF, and plenty in between including
such things as Star Trek, Stargate, Star Wars, Transformers, Thunderbirds,
Dr Who, James Bond, Simpsons and so much more. There will also
be people selling autographs of your favourite movie stars, comics,
cards, film posters, soundtracks, toys and figures, model kits,
promotional items, and even replica movie swords and other paraphernalia
from blockbuster films and cult tv series. We have also arranged
for special promotional items to be produced which will only be
available exclusively at Collectormania 4.
And as if all this wasn’t enough
to keep you entertained over the weekend, another attraction at
the event will be a display of ORIGINAL props and costumes actually
used to make some of the greatest movies and tv shows ever.
Collectormania 4 will be taking over
Middleton Hall, at thecentre:mk shopping centre in the heart of
Milton Keynes on 3rd to the 5th October 2003. This promises to
be a weekend not to be missed for movie buffs and the general public
alike, and a great chance for fans to add to their collections
or just browse through some great memorabilia. What’s more,
admission is FREE! C4 really will be explosive!
For an updated list of guests and
special attractions at Collectormania 4, plus more detailed information
of the event and how to get there check out www.collectormania.com or
ring the infoline for all the latest details on 01908 671138.
July 2003 - MAXIM Magazine launches
MAXIM MOVIES, and Kristanna is the covergirl for issue 1 - photos
May 08, 2003 - Kristanna Loken is "Model
Of The Week" in AskMen.com!
For more: AskMen
The T3-trailer -
finally you can see Kristanna Loken in Action!
And watch out for Arnie's comment at the end of the trailer - SHE'LL
Kristanna Loken - Official
Kristanna Loken will be the Terminatrix who
goes up against Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Terminator 3: Rise of
3 she'll portray a cyborg that's even more
sophisticated than Robert Patrick's liquid-metal T-1000
in 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Her character is "energy-based" and she can take control
of machines, including Schwarzenegger's T-800 cyborg
model – that should make things interesting!
Kristanna Loken as the TX with Arnold
"T3" picks up the story a decade
after the sequel, when a twentysomething John Connor reteams with
his cyborg protector to battle the TX.
Edward Furlong, who played John Connor in "Judgment Day," will
not reprise his role.
In recent interviews Schwarzenegger
has admitted to lobbying for WWWF's Chyna with the film's producers,
but it seems the opposing point of view won out. According to Arnold,
the filmmakers had been debating whether to go with someone tough
looking or as Arnold put it, "Do we go with a woman that is petite,
young and looks innocent
– like a very ordinary beautiful girl? Then (we could) create
a certain drama when she walks innocently up to a woman in a car
on Beverly Blvd. or Rodeo Dr. and crack (makes neck-snapping motion),
kills her!" Kristanna definitely fits that bill.
Warner Bros. will distribute the
film domestically in summer 2003, with Sony picking up most foreign
territories. The film is reportedly budgeted at between $165 million
and $180 million, with Schwarzenegger's fee accounting for $30