An Evening with Arnold Schwarzenegger
An Evening with Arnold Schwarzenegger
Marking the release of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s limited edition two-volume book published by TASCHEN, join us for an evening celebrating Schwarzenegger’s life, accomplishments, and history of unforgettable performances.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Venice, California. Photo by Albert Busek, 1980
Marking the release of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s limited edition two-volume book published by TASCHEN, join us for an evening celebrating Schwarzenegger’s life, accomplishments, and history of unforgettable performances. The program will provide an inside look at the decade-long collaborative process of making the one-of-a-kind book with personal stories and anecdotes shared along the way.
ARNOLD, published by TASCHEN, will be available for pre-order to the public beginning June 13 via the Academy Museum Store.
The event is sold out at the Academy Museum and will be livestreamed here on June 28, 2023, at 7 pm PDT. *About the Event Marking the release of Arnold Schwarzenegger's limited edition two-volume book published by TASCHEN, join us for an evening celebrating Schwarzenegger's life, accomplishments, and history of unforgettable performances.
7pm | Arnold Schwarzenegger in conversation with Dian Hanson, Senior Editor and Writer at TASCHEN
Immediately followed by a screening of Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 3D.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to the role that helped make him an international movie star—an unstoppable killing machine from the future—in this supersized sci-fi action sequel from writer-director James Cameron. Schwarzenegger’s Terminator is back and as fearsome as ever but with a twist; this time he’s been reprogrammed to protect Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and her young son John (Edward Furlong)—the future leader of the human resistance against the machine-ruled dystopian Earth—and faces a new and deadly foe in the “liquid metal” T-1000, played by Robert Patrick with the aid of groundbreaking computer-animated effects. Portraying a “friendly” Terminator gave Schwarzenegger the opportunity to refine the combination of physical presence, droll delivery, and understated warmth that has served him so well in the decades since. The film won Oscars for its makeup, sound, sound effects editing, and visual effects, and was also nominated for cinematography and film editing.
Dian Hanson Bio
Dian Hanson is Senior Editor and Writer at TASCHEN. In addition to ARNOLD, her recent works include The Art of Pin-up, Masterpieces of Fantasy Art, and The Fantastic Worlds of Frank Frazetta.
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