Terminator will return in 2019 with the help of James Cameron

Peter Castro
September 28, 2017

Despite its early start with two of the finest action/sci-fi movies of their era, The Terminator franchise has floundered badly in recent years.

During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, filmmaker James Cameron confirmed that the upcoming "Terminator" sequel won't follow on from "Terminator: Genisys"... and it's actually a direct sequel to "Terminator" and "Terminator 2". It has been confirmed that the sixth movie in the blockbuster sci-fi franchise will hit theaters on July 26, 2019. - That was, until original visionary James Cameron stepped in with plans for another revival.

Additionally, Miller and Cameron kind of tip their hand when they say they're looking at this new Terminator franchise as something similar to the new Star Wars movies where they can hand the baton off to a new, younger cast. Arnold is going to be 71 years old when this shoots.

The new Terminator film will be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool). Linda Hamilton is back as Sarah Connor while Schwarzenegger will be back as the cyborg.

"The [first] films are more relevant today than they were when he made them", said Tim Miller.

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However, what we do know is that the aforementioned Genisys which, perplexingly enough, erased... or, if you will, terminated the original timeline of the film franchise has, itself been erased/terminated and will not be acknowledged in the canon-continuing Terminator 6. "They're learning machines. But I think that's a way to make it different than it was".

David Ellison of Skydance is putting the money behind the project, which is said to be looking for "top-flight science fiction authors" to help Cameron and Miller right the ship.

REUTERS/RALPH ORLOWSKIActor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger presents his book "Total Recall" during a news conference during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 10, 2012.

"This is a continuation of the story from Terminator 1 and Terminator 2", he said. Or an alternate timeline, which is permissible in our multi-verse. And then a number of other characters around her and characters from the future. "I say: 'Look around in any airport or restaurant and see how many people are on their phones".

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