[EDITORIAL – Contribution from ARMY] As Terminator fans are anxiously awaiting the next movie in the Terminator film franchise, there is a minor amount of disgruntled fans that shockingly do not want to see another film released. I should know. I was one of them. It wasn’t until I saw “Logan” that I have officially changed my mind about new Terminator films.
Out of all the questions left unanswered in the 2015 film “Terminator Genisys”, none are maybe more intriguing than who or what reprogrammed the T-800 Model 101 infiltrator “Pops” and sent him through the time displacment device back to 1973 to protect a young Sarah Connor from a T-1000 assassin. While writers Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier have confirmed multiple times they already know the answer and hope to reveal it in a future sequel, they have been reluctant to give Terminator fans any clue to who this person (or thing’s) identity is in the interim.
Except for a few lingering showtimes left in China at press time, the fifth installment of the Terminator franchise “Terminator: Genisys” finished its theatrical run and will top out at an estimated $441 Million Worldwide Box Office gross. Comparing it against the earnings of the four other Terminator films that preceded it, “Terminator: Genisys” sits proudly as the second highest grossing film in the franchise. Continue reading The Future is not Set: What fate is in store for the “Terminator: Genisys” Trilogy?