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PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 4:45 pm 
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It has been confirmed that Terminator 5 is now in develoment

Although Terminator Salvation was initially intended to be the first part of a new Terminator trilogy, its performance at the domestic US box office led many to question whether a fifth Terminator film would happen.

Then, to everyone’s suprise, the film gunned it on the international circuit, almost doubling Star Trek’s foreign take to hit a reasonable box office haul of $341M worldwide. That led to speculation that Terminator 5 might be back on the agenda – and it seems it is, with director McG now confirming Terminator 5 is being worked on as we speak.

In fact, in a recent interview with IGN, McG has not only confirmed Terminator 5 is being worked on, but so too is the third part in the trilogy, Terminator 6.

"Yeah, we’re working on it right now. We’re very far down the line with the story for that – for the next picture, and even the picture after that, and feeling good and we’ll see where that takes us. I mean, we’re making it. Warners is excited about it. Sony is excited about it. And we can’t wait to get back at it and show the world what becomes of that war and how we master time travel because we stayed away from time travel in Salvation and I missed it. We decided it was the right thing to do and we did a lot of things right in that movie and we did many things wrong in that movie. And we’ll learn from the experience and we’ll grow and I think the next movie is going to be even more exciting and a better film."

In terms of storyline McG says Terminator 5 will go back to the grass roots of time-travel and running from a new kind of Terminator:

"One of the problems is that in a post-apocalyptic world, everybody’s a little bummed out because your brother melted… your friends are gone. Everything went haywire. So the idea is to play with one of the tried and true rules of the franchise – time travel – and introduce it in this picture. I don’t want to share too much, but let’s just say it’s very, very likely that John Connor is going to end up running through rooms like this where he knows something that none of us know. And I think that is a platform for great storytelling. Because I always love it when [Kyle] Reese is in our world, as you saw in the first picture, and everybody thinks he’s out of his [expletive] mind and he knows and he can’t afford to be concerned. And he’s got to convince someone he cares about to come with him! And that’s one of the engines. And we’ll have a much more clearly defined antagonist in the new picture. It will be more of a chase movie with a new Terminator that is on your ass."

And what would McG say to those who thought poorly of Terminator Salvation:

"I think the film missed some of the fun that Jim [Cameron] brought to the early pictures…We’ll bring a little bit more relief in that [fun] capacity. Not to the degree that you saw in the third picture, but a little bit more than ours. We wanted to be very, very nose to the grindstone and really establish credibility and it worked in many ways and it was unsuccessful in other ways, because it wasn’t a unanimous world of “[Expletive] yeah, we love Terminator Salvation.” There were plenty of people who kicked us in the ass over it…clearly I didn’t do a good enough job on that picture and I didn’t satisfy the fanbase to the degree that I would expect to satisfy them. And I take that very seriously and I just work that much more diligently to make sure I do that in the next one…It was very difficult to follow in the footsteps of my hero, Jim Cameron. I did the best I could and I learned a great deal, and I’m certain that I’m a better storyteller now, having had that experience. And I think the next film is going to be very pleasing and very surprising to the fans. That’s the goal."



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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
PostPosted: Thu Oct 27, 2011 1:51 am 
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Paul Walker Wanted For "Terminator 5"


"Fast and Furious" series star Paul Walker has emerged as a potential candidate to play Kyle Reese in the recently talked about fifth "Terminator"
With Arnold Schwarzenegger's acting career on hold to resolve matters in his personal life, it was expected the Justin Lin-directed fifth "Terminator" project in development would also be shelved.

Now however that may not be the case as reports emerged this week the film could be a potential reboot of the franchise which would be anchored by a younger male lead. In this new version, the focus would shift to Kyle as the central protagonist while other new actors would portray the original characters.

If Schwarzenegger is involved, it's expected his screen time would be lessened which may entice him to come back onto the project.

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Justin Lin leaves Terminator 5 for fast and furious 6&7

Justin Lin hopes Terminator 5 will wait for him
He had to put it on the backburner so he could concentrate on the next “Fast and Furious” films (word is, he’s shooting two back-to-back), but Justin Lin says he’s still hopeful he’ll get to do his Terminator movie.

Despite having had creative chinwags with star Arnold Schwarzenegger and Terminator godfather James Cameron, Lin was forced to tell financier Megan Ellison that he had to shoot Fast Six and Seven before putting Skynet back online. He hopes she, and Schwarzenegger, wait for him to do that.

"Creatively, I’ve had to put some stuff on hold and walk away from some projects that I’d really love to do, but this is an opportunity for me and for us to close out the franchise the right way,” Lin said of the car films. “It comes with a price but it’s something that I look forward to.”

“The timing for that is a little bit off [in the distance] but the good thing is it doesn’t feel like creatively it’s been compromised,” Lin said. “I don’t think anyone is trying to hurry anything. I’m hopeful it will work out but at the same time I’m going to be hard on that film if I get a chance to make it. With that franchise, that’s what it deserves. I remember growing up and watching the first ‘Terminator’ films and they defined my youth in many ways. That’s something I want to try to seek out and recapture.”

Lin, who told the LA times a few weeks back that he’s a big fan of “The Terminator” franchise, has an idea for a fifth “Terminator” that would seem to include the element of alternate timelines – a’la J.J Abrams’ “Star Trek”.

”…with the time travel and canon there’s a version there that you can do right. For me, there’s still some characters and themes that were kind of promised and exhibited in those movies that we have never actually seen. Those are things that got me excited about potentially trying to crack all of that.”

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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Paul Walker in Terminator? He is quite possibly the worst actor around. It works ok with him in the Fast & Furious films because they're not really about good acting and realism, they're just ridiculous films that people find entertaining to watch as they don't have to concentrate on and are fast paced. Terminator is actually supposed to be a good film.

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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I think Terminator stopped being a good film series when Terminator 3 relied entirely on a ten second shot of Arnie walking in slow motion, machine gun in one hand, coffin in the other.

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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The story is from August 2007 - I doubt there's much truth in it now, only rumours. Which can only be good for the franchise. They should've just stopped at Terminator 2.

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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Studios are looking for sure things so digging up and old franchise that they can milk fans of a big name with a fairly weak story.

I've not see salvation but I remember 3 being garbage.

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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I'm not a huge fan of the series, but Salvation was really good.

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I'm not a huge fan of the series, but Salvation was really good.

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Salvation was terrible!

So many plot holes it didn't even make sense! Hate that film.

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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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The first one was good, at time of release, It, along with all the others, are now pap.


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 Post subject: Re: Terminator 5
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:| You're mad.

1 and 2 still hold up as great films. Especially 2.

The 3rd was crap..and ive never bothered with Salvation.

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Serbinator wrote:
I'm not a huge fan of the series, but Salvation was really good.

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Salvation was terrible!

So many plot holes it didn't even make sense! Hate that film.

Didn't really notice. As someone who doesn't really follow the plot of the Terminator films, it was a good film.

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I liked Salvation, a good action film.

The 3rd one was a bit meh, otherwise a good series.


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Must just be me then. Don't think I can say any film that contains Arnie is a good film. They're alright, watchable.


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He plays a robot...it's his perfect role.

I dont think Arnie is a good actor...but it's just a really good action film. It's got it all..great chase scene (truck vs bike)..cheesy lines..big guns..explosions..pretty good story..some laughs, some drama.

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He plays a robot...it's his perfect role.

I dont think Arnie is a good actor...but it's just a really good action film. It's got it all..great chase scene (truck vs bike)..cheesy lines..big guns..explosions..pretty good story..some laughs, some drama.


I think I'm just grumpy today.

And maybe I'm not keen on action films :shrug:

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James Cameron Says it should focus on the T-800


Terminator 5 might currently be without a director, but encouragingly, James Cameron is still taking an interest in the project, having revealed the advice he gave Arnold Schwarzenegger about returning to the franchise.

"I was talking to him back in fall about a new Terminator film and quietly advising on that," says Cameron. "I was trying to be as encouraging as possible. Frankly, at that time, I thought it needed to be more about him."

"I told him he should not do it until it's focused on his character," he continues. "I think there are some great stories that can be told about that character that haven't even been thought of yet."

The new Terminator film was initially set to be directed by Fast Five director Justin Lin, who had previously spoken to Cameron about a number of potential plot ideas. However, Lin has since left the project to take on the next Fast And Furious film, leaving the director's chair vacant.

At present, the film's status remains somewhat up in the air, although if it is to go ahead, it sounds likely that the spotlight will fall on Schwarzenegger once again. And if there must be another Terminator film at all, that can only be a good thing.

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The Terminator will be back – and this time it's official. Paramount film studios have announced that the first in a projected trilogy of new films based around the character of the unstoppable cyborg killer is being planned for release in June 2015. It will be the fifth feature film in the series: the last, Terminator Salvation, was released in 2009 to widespread critical derision and underperformed commercially.

There is no confirmation as to whether Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to the role that made him a global star, but he has been heavily linked to a projected fifth film after appearing only as a CGI image in Terminator Salvation. However, Schwarzenegger told fans two weeks ago that he would be involved and that shooting would start in January 2014. Paramount have announced that writers Laeta Kalorgridis (Avatar) and Patrick Lussier (Drive Angry) will be working on the screenplay, but have not confirmed that Justin Lin of the Fast and Furious series, will be on board as director.

The new tranche of Terminator films owes its existence to the interest of brother and sister film producers David and Megan Ellison, children of software billionaire Larry Ellison, and who both operate separate production companies. David's is called Skydance, and is arguably the more commercial, with recent offerings including World War Z, Star Trek Into Darkness and Jack Reacher. Megan, on the other hand, has so far specialised in high-end independent film-making with her company Annapurna, backing such projects as The Master, Zero Dark Thirty, Killing Them Softly and Spring Breakers.

The Ellisons joined forces to finance the films after Megan won the rights to the Terminator series two years ago, for a rumoured $20m. The rights had becomebecame available after Halcyon, the company that produced Terminator Salvation, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2009. This was only the latest twist in the Terminator ownership saga. Originally, the writer-director James Cameron assigned half to producers Hemdale, and sold the other half to his producer partner (and then-wife) Gale Ann Hurd for $1. Hemdale sold their stake on to Carolco, who then made Terminator 2. When Carolco went out of business, the rights were sold to a new entity C2, who were owned by Carolco's Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna; they also bought Hurd's half and went ahead with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Halcyon then paid $25m for the Terminator in 2007.

Due to US copyright law, however, the rights automatically revert to the original holder after 35 years, no matter who owns them, and so the Ellisons have them until 2018, when Cameron, writer and director of the original Terminator in 1983, will regain control.

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