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  • Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

    Six Flags Magic Mountain Press Release

    SIX FLAGS MAGIC MOUNTAIN TO ADD 16TH COASTER TO ITS WORLD RENOWNED COLLECTION

    will combine innovative thrill ride technology with the signature science fiction punch of the Terminator brand. The debut is scheduled to coincide with the release of the McG directed film next year, and will introduce fans to an entirely new universe inspired by the film's post apocalyptic setting.

    "Our mission at Six Flags Magic Mountain is to provide entertainment that appeals to a wide range of tastes and this specially designed wooden coaster will be a proven winner among guests of all ages," said Jay Thomas, Six Flags Magic Mountain's Park President. "Designed around the theme of the successful Terminator movie brand, this ride will draw thrill seekers from around the world."

    Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek, co-CEO's of The Halcyon Company, credit Six Flags with taking the ride to the next level in adventure. "The combination of the universe created by the film and the setting of this ride will provide fans with an adventure that keeps the spirit of the story," said Kubicek and Anderson jointly.

    The $10 million coaster, engineered exclusively for the Valencia theme park by Great Coasters International Inc. (GCII), will feature a loading station "fly-thru," a state-of-the-art sight and sound package, and unique queue line and on-board entertainment elements. The GCII-designed Millennium Flyer coaster trains will zip through five belly-flopping hills and six high speed banked turns over 2,850 feet of track to create a ride that delivers the acrobatic thrills of a modern roller coaster while retaining the nostalgic look and feel of a classic "woodie."

    The Terminator franchise is a highly-successful series of science fiction films centered around battles between Skynet's artificially intelligent machine network and John Connor's Tech-Com forces and the rest of the human race. Since the debut of the first film in 1984, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and written and directed by Academy Award winner James Cameron, the Terminator films have grossed over one billion dollars worldwide. is the upcoming fourth installment to the series and is scheduled for a spring 2009 theatrical release. The Halcyon Company owns all rights to the entire Terminator franchise. As producers, Kubicek and Anderson recently wrapped production on the film, starring Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Moon Bloodgood, Bryce Dallas Howard and Helena Bonham Carter.

    , Six Flags Magic Mountain will be home to 16 world class coasters.

    Six Flags Magic Mountain continues its commitment to provide better entertainment, better service and better value to all of its guests. Beginning November 1, 2008 thrill seekers can buy the best value-priced entertainment package Six Flags has ever offered. For the price of single day general admission, just $59.99, guests can purchase a 2009 Play Pass and enjoy unlimited visits to America's top thrill park until the end of the 2009 season. A Six Flags Play Pass is also good for unlimited free concerts and all special events. Additionally, the Six Flags Play Pass can be used at all Six Flags theme parks across the country and comes with a Bonus Book with value-added Six Flags offers including FREE friend admissions, a FREE Hurricane Harbor admission ticket and discounts on food and merchandise. Play Passes can be purchased online at sixflags.com, over the phone, by mail or at the park.

    Six Flags Magic Mountain is located at 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway in Valencia, a short drive north of Los Angeles off Interstate 5 at the Magic Mountain Parkway exit. Magic Mountain is open weekends and school holidays. For additional information, current operating days and hours, and to purchase a ticket, visit us on the internet at sixflags.com or call (661) 255-4111. Save time and buy your tickets online for just $29.99 at sixflags.com.
    ABOUT SIX FLAGS INC.ABOUT THE HALCYON COMPANY

    The Halcyon Company is a privately financed, media development, production and financing company, headed by co-CEOs Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek. The company is designed to create, acquire, manage, publish and maintain the creative integrity of each and every project delivered by The Halcyon Company across traditional and non-traditional channels of distribution. In May 2007, Halcyon acquired all of the rights in relationship to the Terminator franchise. These rights include the right to produce any future Terminator films, as well as all future merchandising and licensing rights, certain future revenues derived from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, as well as certain rights in the television project The Sarah Connor Chronicles and the sole right to produce all future Terminator projects in any new or existing media. In 2009, Warner Bros. will distribute the highly anticipated re-launch of the franchise, Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, in North America, with Sony doing the international distribution. Halcyon recently secured the highly coveted first-look rights to the works of science fiction and cyber-punk writer Philip K. Dick. Through this unprecedented agreement, Halcyon will have the first option to develop in conjunction with Electric Shepherd for film adaptations, as well as television and other media projects, based on Dick's vast body of works.

    Check out the video here....

    SIX FLAGS MAGIC MOUNTAIN TO ADD 16TH COASTER TO ITS WORLD RENOWNED COLLECTION | With Video#
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  • #2
    Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

    Cool, maybe when this opens they'll shut down colossus for some much needed TLC....
    Everybody's got a laughin' place-
    trouble is most folks won't take the time to go look for it.

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    • #3
      Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

      Heh, this makes Midway Mania's Toy Story tie-in feel like it belongs in a Victorian pier.

      Terminator. Seriously.

      Well, I'm betting that it'll be Terminator in name only, except maybe a few signs and stuff in the queue. But hey, it's still a new coaster for me to ride!

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      • #4
        Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

        Wonder if I will finally get to meet Arnold at the Press Event....
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        • #5
          Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

          Terminator on a woodie. Somehow that doesn't make any sense to me. When I think Terminator i think cold hard steel.


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          • #6
            Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

            Interesting... sounds like it will fit in perfectly with the Magic Mountain "theme". Let's just hope it's a good coaster and I'll be happy.
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            • #7
              Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

              Originally posted by Coheteboy View Post
              Terminator on a woodie. Somehow that doesn't make any sense to me. When I think Terminator i think cold hard steel.
              Looks like they traveled a bit too far back in time.

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              • #8
                Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

                ok, so i just saw the video on the official site. i really can not find any connection between the name and the coaster. nothing about that coaster says terminator.

                looks like they are just plopping down a wooden coaster where psyclone used to be

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                • #9
                  Re: Six Flags Magic Mountain To Add 16th Coaster To Its World Renowned Collection

                  I've always found it funny to theme an open air coaster like this, but when you don't even pretend to try, why even pay for naming rights. There's not one thing in that concept art that says Terminator. If you're going to make a Terminator coaster, at least use metal.

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