Back on Saturday, October 14th, Skydance posted an image of James Cameron on their social media pages along with the following comment: “Something big is coming. #Terminator”. Now to many Terminator fans, it appeared Skydance was teasing us with a big upcoming announcement in relation to the production of “Terminator 6”. However, we fans may have been a bit overzealous.
The sixth film in the Terminator franchise has landed a filming home in Budapest, Hungary! That’s right, Terminator 6 will be doing most of it’s filming in Origo Film Group Studios, the same facility used to film 2017’s “Blade Runner 2049” and “Atomic Blonde“! In fact, they have already begun the construction of sets for T6!
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has been fielding a lot of questions about his upcoming Terminator film during a promotional tour for his his new movie “Killing Gunther”. And this time, when speaking with Business Insider, Arnold revealed hints not only about his T-800 Model 101’s backstory in Terminator 6, but implied no other characters are returning other than possibly the T-800 and Sarah Connor. Plus T6 will exist in a brand new timeline! So does this really mean there is no John Connor in “Terminator 6”?
As the T-1000 in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, actor Robert Patrick perfectly brought to life what is considered to be one of the most iconic villians in motion picture history. Twenty-six years later, not only would the seasoned actor like to return to the Terminator franchise and appear in the recently announced Terminator 6, Robert Patrick enthusiastically seems willing to play any role they have to offer… maybe even a cameo!
On Tuesday, September 19th at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles, California, Terminator history was made! This is when the creator of the Terminator franchise, James Cameron, marked his return to the universe we know and love by officially announcing his involvement with Terminator 6. While we covered all of the stunning details within our news reports, only approximately 200 people were able to actually witness the filmmakers speak about this new upcoming Terminator film. The rest of the Terminator fans had to resort to only reading about it…. until now!
The official release date has just been announced Terminator fans! That’s right, “Terminator 6”, produced by James Cameron and directed by Tim Miller will debut in movie cinemas across the world on the 26th of July, 2019!
This past Tuesday night, the creator of the Terminator franchise James Cameron and “Deadpool” director Tim Miller revealed to the world their exciting plans for Terminator 6. We reported all about it HERE, as well as the stunning news regarding actor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s role detailed HERE, all discussed at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles, California. However, little did we know that not just one, but two members of Skynet’s Army were in attendance that night, and one member named Allen flew half away across the world just to be there!
It’s happening Terminator Fans! Skydance has just indicated that the Terminator 6 announcement we have all been waiting for, will be coming this Tuesday, September 19, 2017! That’s right Terminator fans, the best day ever is almost here!
This past March, when Skydance chief David Ellison revealed that a major announcement about the Terminator franchise was coming in 2017, fans were elated. At that point, “Terminator 6” news had already broke that James Cameron would be involved (which Cameron confirmed), and we later learned that Arnold Schwarzenegger expected to be involved as well. Actually, the only thing remaining to be confirmed (other than the nature of the movie itelf and the distributor) is the announcement that Tim Miller will be directing “Terminator 6”.
When the news first broke in January of 2018 that a new Skydance Terminator film was under development with James Cameron “godfathering” the production and “Deadpool” director Tim Miller in negotiations to direct, we were able to hypothesize what type of Terminator movie it would be based on clues the source provided.
Back in 2008, nine years before the friendly duo started developing “Terminator 6”, “Deadpool” director Tim Miller was actively pitching film studios a new movie based on the American science fiction magazine Heavy Metal, with no one other than James Cameron to executive produce and co-direct.
After our previous report this past Wednesday uncovering that likely “TERMINATOR 6” director Tim Miller was not only a contemporary inspiration of James Cameron, but an actual friend, we decided to dig deeper into that friendship to see what we could find. And what we found is James Cameron was instrumental in getting Miller’s “Deadpool” film made.