The Terminator franchise he may not be dead after all, following Dark fateit’s… dark fate.
Released in 2019, the sixth installment of the time-traveling cyborg saga is back Linda HamiltonThe legendary Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger, but the lack of directing ability of James Cameron (Tim Miller was behind Dark Fate) he saw the audience running for the hills.
But now, Cameron reportedly told attendees at the Dell Tech World conference that he “started writing a new Terminator movie 3 months ago, but wants to see how the #AI fares before going any further.” according to Twitter user @rcmercado.
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This echoes that of the Oscar winner words on the SmartLess podcast last December.
He told hosts Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes: “If I were to do another Terminator movie and maybe try to restart that franchise, which is under discussion but nothing has been decided, I would do it much more for The Side of artificial intelligence rather than evil robots gone mad.”
Sinister AI is the foundation of the film series itself, so with its actual progress dominating the headlines right now, it’s no surprise to see Cameron playing in this creative pit again.
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Meanwhile, the Hamilton actress in the past suggested that something was “missing” from Dark Fate.
“I felt so emotionally charged, going back. I had rested before, going to the most painful, disappointing places, combing through the bitterness and the darkness,” he admitted. Empire Magazine after its release.
“And then when we started and there was no finished script, it suddenly became clear that it might not be a good movie.”
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