James Cameron regains the rights to his Terminator franchise in 2019 and already he's planning a massive comeback to the franchise he helped define, with the goal of finalizing the Terminator series once and for all! Deadpool director Tim Miller is reportedly in talks to direct the untitled Terminator project, and claim that the sixth installment will aim to finally bring a close to the recurring battle between Humanity and Skynet.
The most recent Terminator film, Terminator Genisys saw the return of franchise icon Arnold Schwarzenegger portraying the classic T-800 once again. Thankfully Genisys explained the concepts behind Arnold's aged look - old but not obsolete - which could set up for yet another return of the Austrian Oak in arguably one of his most iconic cinematic roles of all time.
Of the most recent Terminator films, Genisys also fared the best at the box office, raking in over $440 million worldwide, setting it just behind James Cameron's Terminator 2.
James Cameron returning to Terminator is something fans have been anticipating for a while now. Paired with Tim Miller, who's Deadpool raked in a staggering $760 million at the box office, as well as gained critical acclaim, would make for a stellar starting point to begin this project from.
As new details concerning James Cameron and Tim Miller's Terminator film surface, we'll be sure to keep you updated. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section as well and feel free to post your theories on how Cameron and Miller might successfully be able to bring this saga to a close!
More about Terminator Genisys (movie)
In 2029, John Connor, leader of the human resistance, leads the war against the machines. At the Los Angeles offensive, John's fears of the unknown future begin to emerge when John is notified by his army unit, Tech-Com, that Skynet will attack him from two fronts, past and future, and will ultimately change warfare forever.
On the verge of winning the war against Skynet, Sgt. Kyle Reese volunteers to travel back through time to save Connors mother's life, thus ensure Connors existence. However, Kyle finds the original past changed. After landing in 1984, events begin to unfold, until Kyle is then confronted by the T-1000. The new machine surprises Kyle, but he gets a bigger surprise when he is saved by Sarah Connor, who already knows of the terminators, of his arrival, and of the war of the machines. It is soon explained that the timeline has been changed, In this timeline, a Terminator was sent back in time to kill Sarah Connor as a child and so the Resistance sent their own cyborg back in time to protect her. After the assassin killed her parents, the reprogrammed Guardian T-800 raised and trained her to face her destiny, which she adamantly tries to reject. Kyle then enquires about the T-800 that was originally sent to kill Sarah Connor, which he is then told has already been dealt with by the Guardian Terminator.
Now, faced with a new mission, Kyle, Sarah and the Guardian Terminator, have to escape the T-1000. Using A TDE built by the Guardian Terminator Kyle and Sarah travel to the year 2017, where Kyle is reunited with John Connor himself, who has been converted into a nanotechnological human-cyborg hybrid, the T-3000, sent by Skynet to kill them and ensure Judgment Day. With John Connor compromised, they must find a way to prevent Judgment Day from happening.
Directed by Alan Taylor, Terminator Genisys's release date is July 1st, 2015.
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