Fans and even makers of the iconic Terminator films received a surprise approval. This was after director James Cameron gave a seal of approval for the upcoming new installment, “Terminator: Genisys.”
Cameron was known to have claimed the first two Terminator films should have been shut down more than a decade ago. A report from The Guardian said the director has first introduced Arnold Schwarzenegger’s to the public in 1984 through “The Terminator.” In 1991, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” hit the big screens making the former bodybuilder a big hit in Hollywood.
The director was also noted in saying he has already told the story in the two iconic films. It included the team up of John and Sarah Connor with T-800 to stop the apocalypse of the machines.
However, Cameron has changed his mind after seeing the advance screening of “Terminator: Genisys.” He told Yahoo! Movies that he was willing to “make a u-turn after watching the early film screening.”
Speaking about the film, Cameron said the franchise seemed to have undergone renaissance, that it has been reinvented. He also added that Schwarzenegger has taken the character into advancement in the third installment of the Terminator series. He said that he has not involved himself. It was during the process of making the film and he didn’t know what to expect while watching the advance screening. Furthermore he told the media platform that if fans loved the other Terminator films, they will surely love “Terminator: Genisys.”
Terminator 3 stars include Emilia Clarke from the Game of Thrones who will play Sarah Connor. Meanwhile, Jai Courtney will play Kyle Reese and Schwarzenegger will still reprise the lead role at age 67.
The storyline for “Terminator 3” revolves around John Conner sending a soldier back in time to save his mother from being terminated by machines. However, when lieutenant Reese arrives in the past, he found out that Sarah is no longer the target as seen in the first Terminator film in 1984.
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