A couple weeks back we learned that in 2019 The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron will regain the rights to the franchise he started, and plans to “godfather” Terminator 6 with Deadpool helmer Tim Miller directing. In a new interview, the filmmaker teases how Terminator 6 might be relevant in today’s world.
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Posted on Friday, January 20th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
Depending on who you ask, the sequel to Terminator: Genisys either died over a year ago or it has just been on life support as everyone involved assessed whether or not it was time to pull the plug. But let’s face the facts: it’s not a good look when even the young stars of your newly rebooted series think it’s time to let go.
So yes, the news that Terminator 6 is in the works is a surprise and yes, the news that The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron is coming back to “godfather” the film and wants Deadpool director Tim Miller to direct is an even bigger surprise.
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The Directors Guild of America has unveiled the nominations for the 67th annual DGA Awards. Hit the jump to see the nominees and learn about Kubo and the Two Strings‘ historical nomination from the Costume Designers Guild.
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It’s unfortunate Tim Miller isn’t returning to the director’s chair for Deadpool. Following his departure, rumors began to swirl around about why 20th Century Fox and the director parted ways. A budget dispute was a big rumor, but Miller denies that along with a few other rumors.
Below, Tim Miller talks Deadpool 2 to clear up some of the misinformation out there.
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Fans became a little concerned about the future of Deadpool 2 when director Tim Miller, an integral part of the success of the first movie, departed the sequel following creative differences with star and producer Ryan Reynolds. But now John Wick director David Leitch has been brought on board, and hopefully we’ll get a sequel that satisfies everyone who loved the first, raunchy, fourth-wall breaking, comic book romp.
With Ryan Reynolds recently being named Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year, the actor sat down with the magazine to discuss the sequel, his excitement for the new director, and a resistance to making the follow-up bigger than the first. Ryan Reynolds talks Deadpool 2 after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, October 31st, 2016 by Angie Han
Tim Miller‘s Deadpool days may be done, but he’s got his sights on another wacky beloved character. He’s just signed on to develop Sony’s Sonic the Hedgehog, based on the popular video game series. However, Miller will not direct — that job will go instead to his Blur Studio collaborator Jeff Fowler, who’ll be making his directorial debut. Read More »
Over the weekend, Deadpool fans had a bombshell dropped on them when we learned director Tim Miller would no longer be at the helm of the sequel. Creative differences were cited as the reason for Tim Miller’s exit, mainly that his vision for the movie didn’t line up with what producer and leading man Ryan Reynolds had envisioned for Deadpool 2. Now we have some specific details as to what exactly Miller and Reynolds disagreed on.
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Posted on Monday, October 24th, 2016 by Angie Han
Deadpool 2 has emerged from the weekend one director short, as we learned that Tim Miller has departed over creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Naturally, the Merc’s fans have a few things to say about this.
Fellow superhero movie director James Gunn has spoken up to express his disappointment in Miller’s departure. Meanwhile, some other fans are already thinking about who should replace Miller — and they’ve got their eye on Quentin Tarantino. Read More »
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Posted on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 by Angie Han
After spending much of Deadpool trying to find Francis, it looks like the Merc’s next job will be to track down a new director for Deadpool 2. Tim Miller, who helmed the first film and was expected to return for the sequel, has dropped out due to creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Read More »
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick cared deeply about Deadpool. The two screenwriters behind Zombieland spent six years on the project, on and (mostly) off. Even when the odds of the comic book movie getting made appeared dire, they stuck with it, firmly believing in the character and director Tim Miller‘s vision. Once 20th Century Fox gave the project the greenlight, they wouldn’t pay to have “the real heroes” of Deadpool to be on set, but the film’s star and producer, Ryan Reynolds, was more than willing to pay them himself.
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