First it was “Hasta La Vista” Paramount Pictures. Now, it’s “I’m back!” After a long running partnership between Skydance and Paramount Pictures was seemingly coming to a close this year (freeing up Skydance to shop movie projects to any studio in the world), Skydance decided to sign a new deal with… you guessed it.. Paramount Pictures! And they are bringing James Cameron’s new Terminator trilogy with them.
Humans are no match for Terminators, but that doesn’t mean that lawyers aren’t! New lawsuits filed by the visual-effects company Rearden accuse Paramount’s “Terminator Genisys” of using stolen technology to create the young 1984 computer generated Arnold Schwarzenegger. You remember the scene… a time travelling standoff in Griffith Park between actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and a digitized version of his younger self.
He’ll be back Terminator fans! While promoting his new film “Aftermath” that is opening in theaters and video on demand this weekend, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger dropped a big bombshell in a recent interview when he revealed he will be back for “Terminator 6”. Boom!
Now that Paramount Pictures has officially declined their option to continue with the “Terminator Genisys” trilogy, and Skydance looks onward to produce a new Terminator film with creator James Cameron in the mix, a great deal of Terminator fans are left wondering what happened to the Guardian, Sarah and Kyle in the Genisys timeline? So it is time to let Skydance know, that fans would like to find out.
We told you! After our late Saturday report indicating the Paramount Pictures’ decision not to pick up their option to make a sixth Terminator film wasn’t a bad thing, and after all the panic that was ensued by fans after the false reporting by other news sites that “Terminator 6” was dead, and after we released a new article again to reassure fans that they had nothing to fear, we finally have confirmation that we were right.
The story broke this past Saturday reported by the New York Daily News, that executives at Paramount Pictures have decided not to pick up their option to bring the sixth Terminator film to cinemas across the world. It was first embraced as good news to fans, but now, after a swell of misinformation, some Terminator fans have grown concerned in regards to the future of T6. Well, we are here to calm those fears.
Hasta La Vista Paramount Pictures! On March 4th, we reported HERE that a source informed us that in 2017, the long running partnership between Skydance and Paramount Pictures was coming to a close, freeing up Skydance to shop movie projects to any studio in the world. We were also informed that James Cameron wanted to bring “TERMINATOR 6” to the movie studio he developed a 30 plus year relationship with, none other than 20th Century Fox! Well now it appears once again, a scoop we received about T6 is revealing itself to be true.
Apparently Terminator fans were not the only ones disappointed when Skydance announced the new Genisys trilogy would be delayed. While plugging his latest movie “Suicide Squad”, Jai Courtney spoke to CinemaBlend regarding his disappointment that the planned “Terminator Genisys” Trilogy was put on temporary hold (as Skydance Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg put it) “to do a worldwide study and really talk to audiences about what they loved, and what maybe didn’t work for them, so that the next (step) we take with the franchise is the right one.”
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: