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movies 'Thor' sequel director slated to head up 'Terminator 5'

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alan Taylor is in talks to direct the next "Terminator" film, the first in a new trilogy.

 

Paramount, Annapurna Pictures and Skydance are taking part in negotiations to bring the American director behind the camera for the next installment in the "Terminator" saga. Before directing "Thor: The Dark World" (arriving in North American theaters in November), Taylor directed episodes of some of the most popular series of the 2000s, including "Sex and the City," "The Sopranos" and "Game of Thrones." The producers behind the new "Terminator" project were particularly impressed by Taylor's work on "Game of Thrones."

 

Previous contenders to direct the fifth "Terminator" film included American filmmaker Rian Johnson ("Looper," "Breaking Bad") and Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, whose film "Prisoners" will be released this fall.

 

Expected to arrive in US theaters on June 25, 2015, the next "Terminator" feature will be the first in a stand-alone trilogy inspired by James Cameron's 1984 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Austrian actor is slated to portray the classic android character once again in the upcoming reboot.

 

No details have been revealed regarding the plot of the new film, whose screenplay will be authored by Laeta Kalogridis ("Shutter Island") and Patrick Lussier ("Hell Driver").

 

Released in 1984, "The Terminator" launched a lucrative, multi-decade action film career for Schwarzenegger, who was nonetheless absent from the fourth episode of the saga, released in 2009. The four "Terminator" films brought in a combined total of $1 billion at the global box office.

 

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Personally i would say this as a big fan of the series, leave it dead! 1st to 4th film was good even if number 3 was downgraded to pg-13 (12)

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You never know, this might turn out to be the best one yet.

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Films Stopped at Terminator 2.

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8daa023ca2

 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alan Taylor is in talks to direct the next "Terminator" film, the first in a new trilogy.

 

Paramount, Annapurna Pictures and Skydance are taking part in negotiations to bring the American director behind the camera for the next installment in the "Terminator" saga. Before directing "Thor: The Dark World" (arriving in North American theaters in November), Taylor directed episodes of some of the most popular series of the 2000s, including "Sex and the City," "The Sopranos" and "Game of Thrones." The producers behind the new "Terminator" project were particularly impressed by Taylor's work on "Game of Thrones."

 

Previous contenders to direct the fifth "Terminator" film included American filmmaker Rian Johnson ("Looper," "Breaking Bad") and Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, whose film "Prisoners" will be released this fall.

 

Expected to arrive in US theaters on June 25, 2015, the next "Terminator" feature will be the first in a stand-alone trilogy inspired by James Cameron's 1984 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Austrian actor is slated to portray the classic android character once again in the upcoming reboot.

 

No details have been revealed regarding the plot of the new film, whose screenplay will be authored by Laeta Kalogridis ("Shutter Island") and Patrick Lussier ("Hell Driver").

 

Released in 1984, "The Terminator" launched a lucrative, multi-decade action film career for Schwarzenegger, who was nonetheless absent from the fourth episode of the saga, released in 2009. The four "Terminator" films brought in a combined total of $1 billion at the global box office.

 

http://news.yahoo.com/thor-sequel-director-slated-head-terminator-5-144625082.html

HUH? I don't remember T4 any way, so who can imaging " Terminator  " without Arnold ?

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the "i'll be bark" on-liner is getting pretty stale. hope they find something new for arnie to say.

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So are they going to finally going to 'fix' the time-line and prevent war, or just going to jerk us around some more .... :rolleyes:

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There was a Terminator 4?

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Films Stopped at Terminator 2.

 

Robert Patrick agrees.

 

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Oh, the humanity

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lol, I think he was being sarcastic :)

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:rolleyes:

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