Terminator: Dark Fate is the next installment in the increasingly confusing Terminator franchise. Following the disappointment of Terminator Genisys, Paramount Pictures and producer James Cameron went back to the drawing board, and this time they’re bringing back one of the best things to happen to the Terminator franchise: Linda Hamilton. Not only is the mother of John Connor still a total badass, but she’s joined by Mackenzie Davis, looking like she’s been given all the best tips about taking on deadly cyborgs from the future.
Speaking of which, a batch of new photos reveal the new Terminator played by Gabriel Luna (Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD), the aged Terminator played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a couple new looks at Linda Hamilton and Mackenzie Davis looking like they’re not going to put up with anyone’s bullshit. Check out the Terminator Dark Fate photos below. Read More »
Tim Miller‘s Terminator sequel has found its new Terminator: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actor Gabriel Luna. The new Terminator sequel is due out in 2019, with original Terminator director James Cameron back to produce. More on the new Terminator sequel casting below.
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Felt Films have given us an exclusive look at their upcoming eight-part sci-fi horror anthology series Dark/Web, which wraps production this month. The new series will explore the dangers of a connected world — the pitch is basically Black Mirror meets V/H/S.
One of the episodes is even written and directed by Zelda Williams, the daughter of the great Robin Williams making her directorial debut, in a video game horror story title “Zero” starring Gabriel Luna (Agents of Shield’s new Ghost Rider). Check out a bunch of exclusive photos after the jump.
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The ABC TV series Agents of SHIELD has been reinvigorated again by the arrival of Ghost Rider in the Marvel cinematic universe. Gabriel Luna has been playing the Robbie Reyes iteration of the hellfire anti-hero, and the show revealed that he even obtained his powers from a previous incarnation of Ghost Rider. But it sounds like there might be a future for the fiery biker beyond Agents of SHIELD.
According to Gabriel Luna himself, there have been discussions about where Ghost Rider can go next, and there’s already deals in place to allow the character to continue outside of being a guest star on Agents of SHIELD. Find out about the potential for a Ghost Rider spin-off series, or even a movie, after the jump. Read More »