GUNS N' ROSES are in talks to have a song from their long-awaited new album, "Chinese Democracy", included on the soundtrack to "Terminator 3", according to Australia's Undercover News."Terminator" star Arnold Schwarzenegger has been a supporter of Axl Rose for some time. On "Terminator 2", his used GN'R's "You Could Be Mine" and launched the "Use Your Illusion" albums. Then in 1999, when it looked like the release of "Chinese Democracy" was imminent, he used "Oh My God" for his movie "End Of Days". "Terminator 3" will be released mid year. Clare Danes, girlfriend of Australian singer Ben Lee has a major role in the film playing the part of Kate Brewster opposite Arnie's T-800 Terminator. The twist in this movie is that the Terminator sent back to kill the now-18-year-old John Connor is a female. The part of T-X/Terminatrix will be played by Norwegian actress Kristanna Loken. "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines" will be released on July 2, 2003.
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