[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.
A couple of days ago, news broke that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was reportedly considering reentering the political arena by running for a U.S. Senate seat in 2018. Well it took two days, but Arnold finally released a statement pubically to address all this speculation.
When the creator of Terminator franchise James Cameron last spoke about a release date for his anticipated sequel to his 2009 blockbuster hit “Avatar”, Cameron announced it would hit theaters in December of 2018. Film enthusiasts around the world, hungry for a new James Cameron directed film, were enthusiastic over the news, but now things have changed.
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is reportedly considering reentering the political arena by running for a U.S. Senate seat in 2018.
Back in 1984, audiences across the world were amazed when director James Cameron revealed The Terminator ‘s vision for the very first time. As Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese fled down the alley behind the Tech-Noir, the ominous red HUD (Heads Up Display) of the T-800 revealed that Sarah was not being pursued by just an ordinary man. Her pursuer was a cybernetic organism, equipped with a transparent display that presented analysis and decision options data over a visual screen. And now, you can be equipped with Terminator vision too!
While they haven’t pinpointed an official release date, Terminator fans in Hungary can finally exhale in a sigh of relief. Studiocanal partner Pannonia Entertainment has officially announced that the restored 3D conversion of “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” will be released “theatrically” in the third quarter of this year (which means July, August or September 2017.)
James Cameron and the late Bill Paxton were very close friends, so much so that the night before Paxton’s heart surgery (that led to the complications that took his life), Jim and Bill had a conversation and made light of the surgery Bill was about to undergo. Unbeknownst to both of them, it would be the last time they would ever speak. So it is no wonder, after doing it twice already, that Cameron still felt the need to eulogize his late friend one more time.
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.
We didn’t know it at the time, but over a year ago, we received a legitimate scoop that James Cameron would be creatively involved in some capacity with “TERMINATOR 6”. Fast forward to 13 months later, and once again we have been contacted by a claimed insider that reportedly has new information in regards to T6.
Actor. Director. Artist. Collector. Friend. Bill Paxton was a great many things to the creator of the Terminator franchise, James Cameron. So it’s no wonder that Cameron’s original statement made on the day of his passing (reported here) was not nearly enough to process his grief when remembering his dear, late friend Bill. James Cameron has since released a new statement about Bill Paxton, and this is what he had to say: