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Terminator: Dark Fate Director Was Against Digitally De-Aging Schwarzenegger

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Terminator: Dark Fate Director Was Against Digitally De-Aging Schwarzenegger
Director Tim Miller has stated that returning star Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be digitally de-aged for the upcoming sixth film in the franchise, Terminator: Dark Fate. In a conversation with Men's Health, Miller vocalized his passion for keeping Arnie, and thereby the T-800, old and grey.

"I didn't want to do a digital Arnold, that's for f--k sure. We're [embracing] the reality of what it means to be a person of a certain age who is called upon to be heroic. I love that. I always liked stories like Rooster Cogburn and True Grit, things like that - flawed heroes are so much more interesting than young, perfect ones to me."

Tim Miller's name dropping of True Grit's endearingly grumpy, world-weary hero Rooster Cogburn is perhaps a suggestion as to the direction of the T-800 when we make our acquaintance with him once again in Dark Fate. Clearly though the
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Terminator: Dark Fate director didn’t want to digitally de-age Arnold Schwarzenegger

Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller has explained why he didn’t want to de-age a returning Arnold Schwarzenegger for the upcoming sci-fi action sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

In a recent interview with Men’s Health, Miller discussed that he never wanted to do a digitally de-aged Arnold and preferred to embrace the reality of a person being a certain age.

“I didn’t want to do a digital Arnold, that’s for fucking sure,” Miller told the magazine. “We’re [embracing] the reality of what it means to be a person of a certain age who is called upon to be heroic. I love that. I always liked stories like Rooster Cogburn and True Grit, things like that—flawed heroes are so much more interesting than young, perfect ones to me. And he looks great. There were so many women on the set who were like, ‘Oh my God,
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Robert Rodriguez and Diego Boneta team for comic book adaptation El Gato Negro

Alita: Battle Angel director Robert Rodriguez is teaming with Terminator: Dark Fate actor Diego Boneta for El Gato Negro, a TV adaptation of the Mexican comic book series by creator Richard Dominguez.

The project, which is set up at the Apple TV+ streaming service, tells the intergenerational exploits of two crime fighters in South Texas – a young man who takes up the mantle of a fabled local hero to avenge the death of his best friend, and the man’s grandfather, a luchador who took up crime-fighting decades earlier.

Rodriguez and Boneta are set to executive produce the series, with Rodriguez directing, Boneta starring, and Eric Carrasco (Supergirl) penning the script.

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‘Dark Knight’ Writer David S. Goyer Inks Overall Deal With Skydance TV

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‘Dark Knight’ Writer David S. Goyer Inks Overall Deal With Skydance TV
David S. Goyer, best known for penning Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy, is doubling down with Skydance.

The writer-producer has signed an exclusive multi-year overall agreement with Skydance Television via his Phantom Four production company. Under the deal, Goyer will create, develop and produce original scripted series for the studio. He currently serves as showrunner and executive producer on Skydance TV’s upcoming sci-fi drama series “Foundation,” based on Isaac Asimov’s book series of the same name.

“Throughout his career, David has proven time and again he is a one-of-a-kind visionary talent as a storyteller and producer for both the big and small screen,” said Marcy Ross, president of Skydance Television. “David is masterful at bringing to life epic stories and creating massive worlds and we couldn’t be more excited to continue our collaboration with him.”

Goyer is also credited as a writer on Skydance’s upcoming feature film “Terminator: Dark Fate.
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‘The Dark Knight’ Writer David S. Goyer Inks Overall Deal With Skydance Television

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‘The Dark Knight’ Writer David S. Goyer Inks Overall Deal With Skydance Television
Prolific writer-producer David S. Goyer is expanding his relationship with Skydance Television, signing a multi-year overall deal with the studio. Under the pact, Goyer will create, develop and produce original scripted series via his Phantom Four production banner headed by Keith Levine. Goyer currently serves as showrunner and executive producer on Skydance Television’s upcoming Apple TV+ sci-fi drama series Foundation, based on the seminal Isaac Asimov science fiction novel trilogy.

“Throughout his career, David has proven time and again he is a one-of-a-kind visionary talent as a storyteller and producer for both the big and small screen,” said Marcy Ross, President, Skydance Television. “David is masterful at bringing to life epic stories and creating massive worlds and we couldn’t be more excited to continue our collaboration with him.”

Goyer is also credited as a writer on Skydance’s upcoming feature film Terminator: Dark Fate,
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David Goyer Signs Overall Deal With Skydance Television

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Skydance is expanding its relationship with David Goyer, signing the “Batman Begins” and “Man of Steel” screenwriter to an exclusive multi-year overall TV deal.

Under the deal, Goyer and his Phantom Four production company will create, develop and produce original scripted series for the studio. Goyer is currently showrunner on Skydance’s “Foundation” for Apple TV+, based on the Isaac Asimov novel series.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Also Read: 'Oklahoma!' TV Adaptation Set at Skydance in Deal With Rodgers & Hammerstein

“Throughout his career, David has proven time and again he is a one-of-a-kind visionary talent as a storyteller and producer for both the big and small screen,” Marcy Ross, president, Skydance Television, said. “David is masterful at bringing to life epic stories and creating massive worlds and we couldn’t be more excited to continue our collaboration with him.”

Goyer had previously had a first-look deal
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Choose Your Fate in New Poster Series for Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate hits Us theaters beginning November 1st and, today, the marketing team has released a new quartet of posters promoting the film. Give them a look-see below, followed by the film’s synopsis and trailer. Synopsis:Sarah Connor and a hybrid cyborg human must protect a young girl from a newly modified liquid Terminator from […]

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Can shifting to a female-focused future overcome Terminator: Dark Fate's bad buzz?

After a string of sequels that have failed to hit the mark, James Cameron may be turning to strong women to rescue the franchise. Will it work?

The pages of Hollywood history are littered with failed attempts to propel movies towards box office and critical success. To pinpoint the basic construct of a film that is likely to appeal to audiences and critics alike is a virtually impossible task. Just ask the Disney executives who chose to remove the “of Mars” suffix from the big-budget 2012 adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic planetary romance novel John Carter of Mars, (ostensibly because previous movies mentioning the red planet had bombed), only to see a perfectly decent fantasy flick lose more than $200m at the box office. Or the executives who felt Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi masterpiece, Blade Runner, was so confusing that it needed a tacked-on happy ending and Harrison Ford voiceover
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New Character Posters For Terminator: Dark Fate Spotlights New and Returning Characters

We’ve got a few new character posters to share with you for Terminator: Dark Fate. They feature new and returning characters that include Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back as an older T-800 named Carl, and then there’s Mackenzie Davis who is on a mission to protect a young girl named Dani (Natalia Reyes) from being terminated by Gabriel Luna who is a new Terminator that can split into two deadly killing machines.

I’ve got high hopes for this movie. The fact that the story came straight from James Cameron and that he worked on the script is an exciting aspect of the film. Then there’s Deadpool director Tim Miller who has been extremely passionate about this next chapter of the story, which is set after the events of Terminator 2, after Sarah thought she saved the world. Now there’s a new future
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Terminator: Dark Fate Character Posters Warn You to Choose Your Fate

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Terminator: Dark Fate Character Posters Warn You to Choose Your Fate
We have a new series of character posters for Terminator: Dark Fate. The big hook with this entry in the franchise is that we're going back to the Terminator 2: Judgment Day timeline, as this will serve as a direct sequel to James Cameron's beloved sci-fi classic. Plus, both Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are sharing the screen for the first time in nearly three decades. Both of them are highlighted on these new posters, as are some of the new characters we'll be following this time around.

The Arnold Schwarzenegger poster is draped in cool, as we see him holding a huge gun, rocking a tough guy jacket and a pair of shades looking ready to blow some stuff up good. Linda Hamilton also looks ready to rock as Sarah Connor. As we've seen in the trailers, this version of the character is ready for war in a big,
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Donald Trump Is In Love With Him

It’s hard to believe that Donald Trump loves anything other than himself. Arnold Schwarzenegger, however, claims that there’s at least one other person that the current U.S. president is head over heels for.

According to the Terminator: Dark Fate star, the loud-mouthed billionaire has a big crush on him. Here’s what he had to say in a recent interview:

“I think he really—he’s in love with me. That’s the reality of it. With Trump, he wants to be me… I don’t think he fears me, but I remember that in the old days, when we went to the wrestling matches, the way he admired people with bodies, and the way they would jump around in the ring, and to perform physical stunts and stuff like that—he had great admiration for that. And the showmanship—he had great admiration for that. He asked me,
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"Terminator: Dark Fate" - New Images

Take a look at new character posters, plus footage from "Deadpool" director Tim Miller's "Terminator: Dark Fate", in the official sequel to James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", targeting a November 1, 2019 wide release:

"...27 years after the events of 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day', a new, modified liquid metal 'Terminator' is sent from the future by 'Skynet' in order to terminate 'Dani Ramos'...

"... a hybrid cyborg human, and her friends.

"'Sarah Connor' comes to their aid, as well as the original Terminator for a fight for the future..."

""The trilogy will have predator drones and actual discussions," said producer Cameron, "on the ethics of having a robot have its own kill decision possibilities.

"When I became aware of the fact that I could back into a control position on the rights, I started to ask myself artistically, 'Is there anything there?

"Is there anything
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5 Things The Terminator Did Better Than Terminator 2 (And 5 Things T2 Did Better)

There are five movies in the Terminator franchise, but the debate over which one is the best only boils down to two of them: The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. These are the first two entries in the franchise and the only two that had any input from franchise godfather James Cameron.

Related: 8 Things That Terminator: Dark Fate Could Fix About The Franchise

Cameron is finally set to return to the franchise this summer with Terminator: Dark Fate, the sixth installment in the series. So, before Cameron returns to the realm of killer robots with Linda Hamilton, here are 5 Things The Terminator Did Better Than T2 (And 5 T2 Did Better).
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New Terminator: Dark Fate character posters released

A new batch of character posters have been released for the sci-fi action sequel Terminator: Dark Fate featuring the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton), Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes), Grace (Mackenzie Davis) and the new Rev-9 Terminator; check them out here…

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Terminator: Dark Fate is being directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool), with James Cameron producing, and sees Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800), Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) and Edward Furlong (John Connor) reprising their roles alongside new cast additions Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Natalia Reyes (Lady), Diego Boneta (Pretty Little Liars) and Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). The film will be released on October 23rd in the UK and November 1st in North America.

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Update: Alexandra Daddario and Diego Boneta to play star-crossed lovers in Die in a Gunfight, Travis Fimmel also cast

Alexandra Daddario (Night Hunter) and Diego Boneta (Terminator: Dark Fate) are set to star in Die in a Gunfight, an action-romance which puts a modern spin on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

Directed by Collin Schiffli (Animals) from a script by Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari (Ant-Man and the Wasp), the film follows “a young man (Boneta) who falls for the daughter (Daddario) of his father’s nemesis in New York City” and is set against a backdrop of corporate espionage, revenge, and a long-standing feud between the two families.

“This is the time for a film like Die in a Gunfight,” said producer Tom Butterfield of Culmination. “It is a classic love story wrapped in an electric, modern action/thriller setting. With this terrific creative group, we are excited to make the True Romance of this generation.”

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New ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Character Posters Really Embrace the “Dark” Part

A set of new character posters for Terminator: Dark Fate are all about the monochromatic moniker of the new sci-fi franchise film. These new one-sheets opt for gloomy, cloud-filled skies over post-apocalyptic sunshine, and they feature both familiar faces and newcomers among the cast. Whether (wo)man or machine, the new crew has obviously coordinated their wardrobe choices ahead of time as everyone here is decked out in the darkest duds available. So if you're looking for the next fall fashion statement, consider gunmetal gray tactical vests, oil-black motorcycle jackets, and/or an obsidian-…
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Donald Trump Is ‘In Love With’ Him, ‘Wants to Be’ Him

Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Donald Trump Is ‘In Love With’ Him, ‘Wants to Be’ Him
Even though Arnold Schwarzenegger retired from his post as Governor of California in 2011, that doesn’t stop the current occupant of the White House from taking shots at his fellow celebrity-turned-politician. President Trump first began insulting Schwarzenegger when the Austrian actor replaced Trump as host on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” renamed “The New Celebrity Apprentice.” The 15th season of the reality competition series, of which Trump was an executive producer, aired during the 2016-2017 TV season and became one of the show’s lowest-rated seasons. In a new interview with Men’s Health Magazine, Schwarzenegger reflected on his beef with the president.

“I think he really — he’s in love with me,” he said. “That’s the reality of it. With Trump, he wants to be me.”

Trump began fixating on Schwarzenegger in 2017. Following Schwarzenegger’s announcement that he was leaving the reality show after one season, the president tweeted:
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Pennywise Actor Is Open to It Chapter Three, Thinks It Would Be Fun

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It Chapter Two finally hit theaters over the weekend and it's proved to be quite the hit. With that in mind, even though the marketing campaign largely focused on the tagline "It Ends," one might wonder if Warner Bros. will try and find a way to keep this blood-soaked gravy train moving down the tracks. Bill Skarsgard, the actor who plays Pennywise is, at the very least, open to returning to the role one more time for It Chapter Three, if the story is right.

Bill Skarsg&#229rd cemented his place in horror history with It Chapter Two, delivering another chilling performance as the iconic killer clown. While certain critics didn't dig the sequel on the whole, Skarsgard has earned a great deal of praise. During a recent interview, the actor explained that he would be willing to suit up as Pennywise once more, possibly in a prequel exploring events
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Terminator: Dark Fate Tracking for Soft Debut, Will Fare Better Than Genisys

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Terminator: Dark Fate Tracking for Soft Debut, Will Fare Better Than Genisys
The early box office predictions for Terminator: Dark Fate are in. The long-awaited sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day hits theaters on November 1st and everybody is curious to see how it will perform at the box office. Ever since the release of Judgment Day, the franchise has seen lower and lower box office debuts, matched with negative critical and fan responses. With that being said, the sequel pretends the last three installments never happened and brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and James Cameron.

It's looking like Terminator: Dark Fate will have a bit of a soft box office opening when it hits theaters in a few weeks. Initial domestic box office tracking has the debut weekend coming in with $35 - $45 million. This isn't a terrible number by any means, but it does mean that the international numbers are going to have to be even bigger to get up to the sequel's massive budget.
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Linda Hamilton Had A Crazy Regimen Of Green Beret Training, Supplements & Hormone Therapy To Get Her Body Ready For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

Despite fans’ (justifiable) reservations about a new ‘Terminator’ film, the upcoming sequel, ‘Dark Fate,’ has something that the previous films didn’t — Linda Hamilton. And now, with Sarah Connor back to fight robots and save the world, there’s hope that director Tim Miller and producer James Cameron have finally nailed what it takes to make a good “Terminator’ film post-‘T2.’ But even though it seemed like an obvious choice to bring back Hamilton to the franchise, the actress recently explained that it was hardly an easy decision.

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