Gale Anne Hurd, producer and co-writer of the 1984 science fiction classic “The Terminator” (as well as executive producer of both “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” and “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” and ex-wife to Cameron himself) revealed her history with the Terminator franchise might not be over!
Our inbox has been blowing up today, with members of our army reporting that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed that TERMINATOR 6 is a go! It’s greenlit. It will be made. And no one other than the original superstar Arnold himself will star! But we’re here to warn you… not so fast.
Continue reading TERMINATOR 6 : When Schwarzenegger talks, sometimes listen.
Ever since Skydance Media Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg announced in regards to the future of the Terminator franchise “Do we intend to have a next step of Terminator? Yes, we do“, fans have been anxiously waiting to hear what can we expect from a sixth film. Will the next film be a direct sequel to Terminator Genisys? If not, will it (at the least) carry over the threads of the alternate timeline that the writers of Genisys so cleverly established? While no one except for Skydance knows for sure, we decided to gather some plot tidbits of what was originally planned… and may still get in some shape or form in TERMINATOR 6.
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.
On the promotion tour for his new movie “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”, actor Matt Smith (who played the embodiment of Skynet in last summer’s “Terminator Genisys”) was asked by Den of Geek about Paramount Pictures pulling ‘Terminator 6’ from its current release schedule. When the interviewer asked Smith if he essentially saw the T6 date cancellation coming… the actor had this to say:
It’s been 48 hours since we officially asked Skydance and James Cameron to confirm or debunk this rumor that the legendary director is considering returning to the fantastic universe of “The Terminator ” that he created so long ago. Fans have been dreaming of the day when the father of the franchise would come back to his roots and write (as well as direct) the next installment of this beloved franchise we hold near and dear to our hearts.
A day ago we were contacted by someone who said they are related to a key member involved in the T6 discussions we are about to describe to you. We were asked not to release their name, nor relation, nor reprint any of their message to us. This person said they contacted SkynetsArmy.com because we were the largest supportive fan base for “Terminator Genisys”, liked our petition to continue the Genisys storyline and wanted to share with us what he or she knew about what was currently going on behind-the-scenes.
An article by Deadline.com strangely caught traction today among entertainment industry websites and (some) Terminator fans alike when they reported that the planned sequel to “TERMINATOR GENISYS” was officially removed from Paramount Picture’s release date schedule of May 19, 2017. The oddest thing about the report (and the enormous reaction it received) was this story was treated by many news outlets like it was something new… a breaking piece of shocking journalism about the state of the Terminator Franchise.. with no previous indicators that this date cancellation was slated to occur. But well informed Terminator fans already knew this was going to happen, and this date cancellation was just an expected formality.
Continue reading Paramount Pictures cancelling the May 2017 release date of the next TERMINATOR film was expected.
This is an open letter to Chief Executive Officer David Ellison and Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg of Skydance Productions:
Dear Ms. Goldberg & Mr. Ellison,
We are writing to you on behalf of the thousands of Terminator fans who support and subscribe to SKYNETSARMY.com. We hope you will take the time to consider our following request.
Among fans of the Terminator films, there has been an outspoken minority that have beaten the same drum for a dozen years now on how to restore the Terminator franchise back to its glory days (when the visionary James Cameron wrote and directed the films.) Their mantra is deliberate and consistent, focusing on two key points that (to them) are necessary to have a great Terminator film: It must have an adult “R” (UK-18) rating and it should have little-to-no comedy. That same drum is being beaten again as Skydance Productions informed the public that they are “readjusting” the way they approach the next Terminator film and deciding if (and how) they will proceed with the “Genisys” Trilogy. Now more than ever, it’s time to dispel these two age-old arguments.
Coming off the heels of numerous news reports that the Terminator: Genisys trilogy was placed on “hold indefinitely” due to its struggling domestic box office earnings and less than enthusiastic critical response, Skydance Media Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg weighed in today on the future of the Terminator franchise. Here is what she had to say about their plans being on hold: Continue reading The TERMINATOR Franchise is reportedly not on hold, but in a state of “readjustment”.
Are you worried that Terminator 6 and 7 is officially cancelled? WELL DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!!! Tell Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures that the rest of the “Terminator Genisys” TRILOGY should be made!
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