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The name or term "Alex" should not be confused with Alex Lopez.

Main article: Skynet/Genisys


"Alex" is the physical embodiment of Skynet, housed in a T-5000 Terminator that infiltrates the Resistance unit Tech-Com.

Terminator Genisys

At a certain point, Skynet uploaded itself into a T-5000 Terminator and infiltrated John Connor's Tech-Com unit, leaving its core in Colorado as a decoy.

Alex then participated in Operation Chrono; after the control center in Colorado was destroyed, Alex attacked John Connor in the Time Displacement Chamber when Connor was seeing Kyle Reese off. While turning John Connor into a T-3000 Infiltrator, Alex revealed he was Skynet itself and killed the other Tech-Com members who were present.

In 2017, when the Genisys Program started becoming whole, Alex's image is used as one of the the holograms to represent Skynet itself in Cyberdyne Systems Headquarters. Terminator Genisys

Behind the Scenes

  • Prior to the film's release, Matt Smith's role was kept entirely secret other than the fact that he was playing someone with a strong connection to John Connor. In several sources, including Entertainment Weekly, Alex is called "The Secret" and referred as a "close ally" of John Connor. Ironically, this is true in someway as Alex transforms John into his own herald to ensure its own existence.
  • Despite Alex's depiction in the film Terminator Genisys, executive producer Laeta Kalogridis suggests that Alex could be Skynet's counterpart from another timeline based on his line "I’ve come a very long way to stop you."[1] — however, it can be simply just a joke in reference to Matt Smith's portrayal of "The Doctor" from the television series Doctor Who.[2]In addition, Alex referred Skynet's Core in Colorado is a "slave" and implied the "core" is not itself anymore but its creation. Further explanation may have to be waited until the release of the sequel.

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References

  1. Your Burning Questions About The Plot of Terminator Genisys, Answered!
  2. When The Hell Did Matt Smith Come From In Terminator: Genisys? - CINEMABLEND
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Original timeline - Genisys timeline (Alex - Genisys)
Related Topics
Embodiment Sky-1 - T-XA - T-5000
Artificial intelligence The Turk - John Henry - ARTIE
Developers Miles Dyson - Andy Goode - Barbara Chamberlain - Danny Dyson
Cyberdyne Systems - Cyber Research Systems - Kaliba Group

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