No fate but the one we saw at CinemaCon 2019. The new Terminator sequel will attempt to inject life back into the longrunning franchise once again with the highly anticipated return of series legends Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. Will that gambit pay off? We’ll have to see based on the first Terminator: Dark Fate footage shown at Paramount’s panel at CinemaCon. /Film’s own Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson are attending CinemaCon is Las Vegas this year and caught a glimpse at the first footage from Terminator: Dark Fate.
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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 »
Last fall, Wonder Woman 1984 jumped far away from its original early November release date to the summer of 2020. As soon as that happened, the November 1, 2019 date was claimed by both the new big screen take on Charlie’s Angels and the upcoming sequel Terminator: Dark Fate. Neither property was willing to blink in this scenario…until now.
Charlie’s Angels has vacated the first weekend in November in favor of the November 15, 2019. And that will likely be a good thing for the Sony Pictures release, since it’s a sweet spot that many movies have done well in before. Read More »
Junkie XL, AKA Tom Holkenborg, is set to lend his signature sound to the Terminator: Dark Fate soundtrack. The composer, who has provided scores for Mad Max: Fury Road and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, also worked with Dark Fate director Tim Miller before on Deadpool. The sixth (and potentially final) Terminator film hopes to restore some dignity to a series that’s been on shaky ground for years.
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Terminator 6 now has a real title, and it’s one we’ve heard before: Terminator: Dark Fate. Producer James Cameron mentioned this as the working title last month, and it has now been confirmed as official. As far as titles go, it’s not great. Especially since it’s very close to an actual quote from the franchise, which asks the question: why not use that instead?
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When it comes to the Terminator films after Terminator 2: Judgement Day, James Cameron‘s involvement is nominal. He gets a credit, cashes a check, and plans some more Avatar films. But that’s not the case with Terminator 6, AKA Terminator: Dark Fate. According to the Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Cameron worked closely with director Tim Miller to get the film made. Could that mean the old Terminator magic is back?
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Against all odds, another installment of the Terminator franchise is coming this fall. Even though every attempt to bring the franchise back to life after Terminator 2: Judgement Day has mostly been a failure, 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures think they have something that will bring audiences back, especially with James Cameron more involved as a producer this time. Though we’re still in the dark about what Terminator 6 will bring to the table, Cameron recently revealed some new tidbits while making the publicity rounds for Alita: Battle Angel.
Even though James Cameron has been quite secretive about the forthcoming Avatar sequels that he’s working on, he had no problem giving up the Terminator 6 working title and opening up a little bit about Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s involvement this time around. Get the scoop on all that below. Read More »