James Cameron And Tim Miller Will Work Together On New Terminator Movie
However, it will be some time before production begins on the project. Although Cameron created and directed the first two films in the series, The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day, the director withdrew from the franchise after completion of the latter in 1991. Since then, a number of films featuring the story and characters have been made, the most recent of which was Genisys, but none have reached the critical success of the entries made under Cameron’s direction.
That being said, Cameron appears ready to revisit the franchise, with reports claiming that he will “godfather” the proposed movie. Whether this means he will only serve as a producer or actually direct the film is unknown, although Miller’s involvement could mean that he will helm it.
Superherohype, which is the source of this story, shared this information about Cameron’s role in the series:
Cameron stepped away from the franchise after that film, though three more were made, with the most recent one, Terminator Genisys, having earned $440.6 million globally (though only $89.8 million of that was domestic) on a $155 million budget.
The site adds that they don’t know what form the new Terminator movie will take, whether it will be a reboot or a continuation of Cameron’s first two films.
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