“Official first look at the new #Terminator featuring Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis and Linda Hamilton. Directed by Tim Miller (DEADPOOL). Produced by James Cameron and David Ellison. In theatres 11.22.19.” —@Terminator
After the disappointing installment of “Terminator”, with “Terminator Genesis”, it’s great to see the franchise regrouping and going back to basics… and its’ origins. I don’t know if anyone also notices this; but if you’re a big fan of the franchise like myself, it’s a bit disappointing when they cast actors for titular roles who look nothing like the ones from previous installment. Well, except for the T-800, at least there’s continuity on that regard. In other movie franchises, they at least try to stick to the character profile, for continuity and familiarity. With Terminator, I don’t believe they even try.
In a recent Q&A with The Arnold Fans website, Cameron revealed that Arnie will probably play the human who was the basis for the T-800’s appearance.
He said: “Yeah, you got to ask yourself, ‘Why did they make these characters look and sound like Arnold?’ There has to be a reason.
“So yeah, it has flashed through my mind that there has to have been a prototype.” He added: “There has to have been a guy who’s DNA was harvested from – that they grew the organic outer layer that they grew the Terminator from…and that presumably was a real person at some point.” —GEORGE SIMPSON/express.co.uk
This is indeed a very welcome news. For one thing, Linda Hamilton will reprise her role. Arnold Schwarzenegger will also have a role in the movie. And with James Cameron producing, I am very optimistic about the upcoming installment.
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Earlier update …
“It will not, however, reference any of the plots for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator: Salvation and Terminator: Genisys, which Cameron confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
“This is a continuation of the story from Terminator 1 and Terminator 2. And we’re pretending the other films were a bad dream,” he explained. “Or an alternate timeline, which is permissible in our multiverse. This was really driven more by [Tim] than anybody, surprisingly, because I came in pretty agnostic about where we took it.
“The only thing I insisted on was that we somehow revamp it and reinvent it for the 21st century.”” —Hanna Flint/Yahoo Entertainment