A visitor looks at a robot figure from the movie 'the Terminator'
IN PHOTO: A visitor looks at a robot figure from the movie 'the Terminator', inside the house where Austrian actor, former champion bodybuilder and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was born, in the southern Austrian village of Thal, October 7, 2011. Schwarzenegger officially opened a museum dedicated to his life in the house on Friday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer Reuters/Herwig Prammer

The highly anticipated launch of "Terminator: Genisys" may have reignited interest in the franchise. Fans will soon be able to buy a life-size T-800 bust and other collectables like the

"Hunter Killer" robots that featured in the first official trailer.

The life-size busts and full-scale figures of the endoskeleton of the T-800 cyborgs have for long been popular collectable items for the fans. Paul E. Francis, from Chronicle Collectibles, spoke to TheTerminatorFans and confirmed the first few models of the products may be shown to the public as soon as approval is given.

The report confirms that the "Hunter Killer" robots will be one of the first products to be showcased to the public. Two Hunter Killer products will be launched by the company, the first is the land-based robot and the other the flying robot. Both the robots featured in the first official trailer of "Terminator: Genisys."

Fans of the franchise who have seen the first official trailer of "Terminator: Genisys" will remember the opening scene of the trailer that showed three flying Hunter Killer robots. A land-based Hunter Killer robot is later seen in the trailer attempting to stop John Connor and Kyle Reese.

Another report by TheTerminatorFans suggests that the flying Hunter Killer robot and its ground-based counterpart are actually the same model. The report takes a closer look at the trailer of the movie that seems to show a flying Hunter Killer robot transforming to a land-based unit.

Fans of the franchise are eagerly waiting to see what new elements the producers have created for the movie. The trailer confirmed that the plot of the movie will be an alternate version of the storyline of the first two movies from the franchise. Kyle Reese will encounter a totally different Sarah Connor in the upcoming movie, compared to the 1984 movie.

The song playing in the background of "Terminator: Genisys" trailer is "I'd love to change the world," by Jetta. Movie buffs may have noticed that the music of the song was also used in the trailer of "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" movie. Fans of the franchise are eagerly waiting for the second trailer of the upcoming movie.

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