Sylvester Stallone has garnered a significant amount of action movie franchises over the years, but he has never advertised the series Terminator which has earned Arnold Schwarzenegger Hollywood's fame – in fact they were pretty aggressive days. Thanks to the technology known as DeepFake for artificial intelligence, we now know exactly how Sly would have looked like Schwarzenegger's legendary T-800.
YouTuber Ctrl Shift Face's mashup video shows Stallone could have pulled the role through. This classic scene, where the Terminator learns to smile, is equally funny and disturbing as Stallone's face was added to the T-800.
The clip caught the attention of Sly himself and he re-released the video on Instagram with the headline: "That's what a Terminator would look like if made from spaghetti and pizza!"
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That's what a Terminator would look like If it's made of spaghetti and pizza!
Clearly, Ctrl Shift Face is the sorcerer with this technology. He has several other clips on his channel, including videos that manipulate movies like Fight Club and a serious addition to Heath Ledger's Joker's role in A Knight's Tale (The YouTube creator dubbed) A Dark Knight's Tale .) He even reworked a clip with comedian Bill Hader, who portrayed Arnold Schwarzenegger so that the comedian's face blended in with his routine The Oaks transformed.
With the release of Rambo: Last Blood on the horizon, we can only hope to see what an Austrian John Rambo might have looked like.