How Old Terminator Will be Different in New Film Than in Genisys

Sep 28, 2017, 00:19
How Old Terminator Will be Different in New Film Than in Genisys

Arnold Schwarzenegger is back on board as the titular android while Linda Hamilton will be returning as Sarah Connor. "Somewhere across there, and I won't say where, the baton gets passed, so to speak".

It might be a unusual match-up, but in a fight between returning Sarah Conner star Linda Hamilton and Liam Neeson, Terminator 6 director Tim Miller thinks that the Terminator actress would hands-down win. Currently, the only title on the calendar on July 26, 2019, is an untitled Sony Pictures Animation film.

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This time James Cameron is taking charge, with Deadpool director Tim Miller at the helm. And what Jim said about the exterior aging while the interior remains the same - well, not the interior, as in the brain, as emotionally and intellectually he will have evolved.

"I start to see things I recognize". I think it would've been a great movie, but it was also going to be a continuation of what we had done.

Plot details are being kept under wraps, although Cameron has said that the film will be a direct sequel to "Terminator 2: Judgment Day".

"This is a continuation of the story from Terminator 1 and Terminator 2", he said. This was when 70-year-old action icon confirmed that the upcoming film will have nothing to do with Genisys and that it won't just be titled "Terminator 6". It's possible that fans are just exhausted of the characters and that what was previously exciting back in 1991 may no longer hold any interest to a modern audience no matter how socially relevant you make it. Genisys included a nod to our reliance on smartphones, and that didn't make the film any better.

During the discussion, Miller made a decision to explain why it was important to have Hamilton play Sarah Conner even at her "advanced age", showing how the character's evolved in time.