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Old 08-11-17, 02:29 PM
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http://movieweb.com/terminator-6-reboot-production-start-2018-schwarzenegger-cameron/

Arnold says or claims this will shoot next March.
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re: Terminator: Dark Fate (2019, D: Miller) Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron producing

annnd Linda Hamilton is back in the fold. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hea...nchise-1040948

No word on plot but with Hamilton back (they killed Sarah Connor off screen in T3 because Hamilton didn't want to appear) this will be a direct sequel to Judgement Day, and the other movies never happeend
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Interesting. So like Halloween they’re going to pretend multiple movies in the series don’t exist.

Goodbye Terminator 3, Salvation and Genisys.
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Lot of interesting angles to this--Cameron is involved with the story as well as Josh Friedman, who produced the TV series.

I wish they weren't planning to make this a trilogy already (the last two films in the series were supposed to open trilogies), but overall, I'm intrigued. I did not see the return of Linda Hamilton coming at all.

Edward Furlong next?
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Old 09-19-17, 11:07 PM
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I liked T3 but I can understand why others didn't.

20 years ago I would have killed for a continuing Terminator movie series. Now after a string of duds I'm starting to think they just can't get past rehashing the same story over and over.

Frankly, although somewhat disappointed with Terminator: Salvation, I lost interest in the series once they scrapped the new trilogy that was supposed to begin with it.
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Old 09-19-17, 11:16 PM
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Since Genisys was a huge hit in China, Skydance and Paramount better get the Chinese to co-finance this like Paramount has done with the Transformers series.

The Ellison’s covered most of the production costs of last movie. 66%

http://deadline.com/2013/06/megan-an...d-back-521214/
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Old 09-20-17, 08:16 AM
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annnd Linda Hamilton is back in the fold. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hea...nchise-1040948

No word on plot but with Hamilton back (they killed Sarah Connor off screen in T3 because Hamilton didn't want to appear) this will be a direct sequel to Judgement Day, and the other movies never happeend
The wonderful thing about these movies is one change to the timeline can change the sequels out of existence.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

The TV series was already a sequel to the first two that ignored 3 and Salvation, and then Genisys ignored 3 and 4. Really, it kind of erased 2 for that matter, although I haven't thought about it that deeply so maybe it didn't. But the series was already a mess.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

They opened up so many alternate timelines that they can do whatever they want with more sequels and explain it away in a few moments.

Rick and Morty does something like that.
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If this is under the helm of James Cameron then yes, I'm sure it will be a revolutionized terminator movie. If not, then please put this franchise to rest.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

Originally Posted by Hazel Motes View Post
http://www.tvovermind.com/movies/arn...d-terminator-6




I've already contacted an attorney.
Your wish was somewhat granted in this deleted scene for T3.

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James Cameron Sounds the Alarm on Artificial Intelligence and Unveils a 'Terminator' for the 21st Century

Cameron and Deadpool director Tim Miller sit down with THR to talk for the first time about how they will reboot a storied but troubled franchise for the new era of Amazon drones and AI anxiety: "People ask me, 'Will the machines ever win against humanity?' I say, 'Look at people on their phones. The machines have already won.'"

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/fea...7?facebook0927
Click the link for the interview.
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Per article: Comes out July 26, 2019.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

So basically Cameron got the ball rolling get a story hammered out.

Now that he's tied up with Avatar 2-5 for the next several years, he will probably be a very hands off producer on this. I'm sure he'll probably check in every now and then to see how filming is going. But, I guess they will have someone else oversee day to day filming.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

I think I see where this is going, with big data, smartphone addiction, privacy, an-app-for-everything, etc. Genisys took a stab at it. I hope Cameron and Miller can really dig in and create something memorable.
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Meh until I see a trailer
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Old 10-19-17, 04:29 PM
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

http://popculture.com/movies/2017/10...te-terminator/

Rumor: Will begin production March 2018
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I thought Clarke didn't want to do another Terminator movie. She was like, "No. Can I say that? Uhh, no! No."

Dunno what her issue was. Genisys was good. Maybe it was too physical a role?

Well, I'm sure she'll be back for the money.
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Genisys was a steaming pile of shit and Arnold was the only decent actor in the bunch. Clarke was TERRIBLE. Having her back would automatically make this new entry a waste of time.
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Genisys was so not memorable. I couldn’t even tell you anything outside of the trailers they showed prior to release...
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I'm in for whatever they have planned. Genisys rocked.
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I'm legitimately curious why you think it rocked.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

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I thought Clarke didn't want to do another Terminator movie. She was like, "No. Can I say that? Uhh, no! No."

Dunno what her issue was. Genisys was good. Maybe it was too physical a role?

Well, I'm sure she'll be back for the money.
Who said anything about Clarke? Linda Hamilton plays Sarah Conner in this.
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Re: Untitled Terminator Film (D: Miller) S: Schwarzenegger, Hamilton -- Cameron produ

The Linda Hamilton news is interesting, if they managed to reunite Arnie, Linda Hamilton AND Edward Furlong (with Cameron producing) I'd flip my lid. All 3 of them are decent actors, but when they got together in T2 the chemistry was amazing. Furlong and Arnie are a classic American movie duo. I thought Rise of the Machines was a letdown and Edward Furlong couldn't have saved that. But the big moment when Arnie and Nick Stahl came face to face, I felt nothing. I couldn't suspend my disbelief, even though I thought it was a very well directed scene. Had it been Furlong, it would have justified the movies existence in my eyes. I feel exactly the same way about Julianne Moore and Hannibal.

Terminator Genisys is a decent movie if you remove from the equation how great the first 2 are. It's the best of the last 3. Which I realize doesn't say a whole lot. In a perfect world James Cameron would have written and directed part 3 with the original cast and the trilogy would have ended and not been touched again, instead of this fucked up mess we have now...
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I don't think an adult Edward Furlong would have worked for T3 or any other sequel. I mean yeah, it would have meant more to have Furlong meet Arnie again rather than Stahl, but Furlong doesn't have the look or demeanor to portray an adult John Connor (not that Stahl did either).

It was a fresh idea in 1984, and Cameron made it more emotional with the '91 sequel. Leave it alone now.
Arnold has never been the greatest actor, but his build and unemotional face was perfect for portraying an unstoppable killing machine. The novelty of a "good" terminator was made to great use in the early 90s.

But a good terminator again, break (T:S), again, again...
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