If you've been on any of the geeky movie sites this week, you may have come across a giant Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins spoiler. It broke on Ain't It Cool News, was confirmed as true by CHUD, and now everyone is touting it as common knowledge.

If you haven't come across it, I am not going to repost it here, as it pretty much undermines any reason you may have had to see Salvation. To steal an apt quote from Devin Faraci, it is "No, Luke, I am your father" big. Do yourselves a favor and avoid it. And if you know it, please respect innocent Cinematical readers by not posting it in the comments.

But the director now has a few (very few) words to say about the alleged leak. McG posted his second blog over on the official Salvation website, insisting the stories were false. "By the way, there are only three people who know the ending." But did they tell two friends, who told two friends? That's how these things start. It's such a vague denial that I'm skeptical, as it seems like you would be more adamant if it truly was idle speculation. But hey -- if McG is now scrambling to concoct a new ending, I'd like to offer him the encouraging reminder that knowing the end of the story never stopped the world from enjoying the story of the Trojan War. Go for it, McG. Return to the style of the classics.
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