James Cameron reveals another Terminator movie is being discussed

back in 2019, Terminator: Dark Fate He was hoping to correct the beloved franchise after a number of disappointing installments, only for this movie to also become a disappointment at the box office. While franchise creator James Cameron has been busy working on it symbol picture series in recent years, with Avatar: Water Road Now in theaters, he recently revealed that discussions have been about developing a remake finisher. The director made it clear that those discussions were very shaky, but he already had some ideas about the storytelling avenues he’d explore to restore the series to its proper glory.

“Well, the Avatar movies are about the environment; I don’t deal with AI,” Cameron recalled. Sartles Podcast. “If I were to do something else finisher A movie and maybe try to launch that franchise again, which is under discussion, but nothing has been decided… I’ll make it more about the AI ​​side of it than the bad robots going crazy. “

With Cameron having already filmed Avatar 3parts of Avatar 4and with Avatar 5 confirmed, it’s unclear when the director will have space in his schedule to commit to a new one finisher. While Cameron directed the first two installments of the series, he has been largely absent from the franchise, but has returned to serve as a producer on Dark fate.

In fact, Cameron recently indicated that he might have been involved in Dark fate That caused challenges with the overall experience.

“I am actually reasonably happy with the movie. [Director] Tim [Miller] And we’ve had our fights and we both talk about it, but the crazy thing is, we’re still friends. Which is weird,” Cameron revealed final date. “I loved him before the movie, I didn’t like him so much during the movie, and I love him now, and I think he feels the same way. We’re both crazy sci-fi buffs and we like a lot of the same things, and I love his show, Love, death + robots. But yeah, we butted heads.”

He continued, “I think the problem, and I’m going to wear this, is that I refused to do it without Arnold [Schwarzenegger]. Tim didn’t want Arnold, but I said, “Look, I don’t want that. Arnold and I have been friends for 40 years, and I could hear that, and it would go like this: ‘Jim, I can’t believe you’re making finisher movie without me “It didn’t mean much to me to do it, but I said, ‘If you can see your way clear to bringing Arnold back and then, you know, I’ll be happy to be involved.'”

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