But now there's news coming out of the Cannes Film Festival this weekend that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed he'll return to star in the next Cameron-involved Terminator movie. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the original lead, has said that there's going to be a new Terminator movie and that "I will be in the movie".
Exciting news for Terminator franchise fans: despite how awful Terminator: Genisys was, it seems that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be returning for the sixth film in the franchise. The last entry, the Arnold headlining Terminator Genisys was met with tepid reviews and a box office total that was heavily padded by a much more interested worldwide audience.
"It is moving forward", said Schwarzenegger, who is now in Cannes to promote the documentary "Wonders Of The Sea 3D".
The latest film, fifth in the franchise, Terminator Genisys, was released previous year. Of course, Arnold's presence didn't do much to save Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, or Terminator Genisys.
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If you can't tell what's going on, you're not alone, because it sounds like the people making these movies aren't entirely sure themselves. "I'm always looking forward to doing another Terminator, especially if the story is written well and it's really entertains the whole world", Schwarzenegger said. He's had some involvement here and there but it's been mostly in the hands of other creators.
"It's just around the corner", said Schwarzenegger. Hopefully Cameron will be hands-on enough to help guide the Terminator franchise to an exciting new place, but for now, I'm not necessarily interested.
Whenever that pesky nuclear apocalypse finally happens, the Terminator will still be here for you.