There are directors who are almost instantly synonymous with mass success and one of them is James Cameron. The Titanic creator is in the spotlight for the recent release of Avatar: The Sense of Water, though perhaps not as much as the actress in the first film who she thought the sequel was released years ago.
We well remember Cameron’s career, which was established with a legendary franchise like Terminator. The relentless T-800 of arnold schwarzenegger and the incombustible Sarah Connor from Linda Hamilton they marked us with fire, so the director wants to bring them back to the big screen. Of course, you have to think of a gap between so many films based on the N’avi.
Although not in the same way, as pointed out by Variety. During a podcast in which he has participated, Cameron has explained that “if he had to do another movie of Terminator (…), which it’s It’s on the table, but nothing has been decidedI would make it much more about the AI side of things than about evil robots running amok.”
And it is that Terminator: Dark Fate did not receive the triumph between critics and the public that was expected, although Cameron has acknowledged that he is “reasonably happy” with the performance of the film. There were disagreements regarding how to approach the project, since Tim Miller was the director, while Cameron assumed the role of producer.
“I think the movie could have survived with Linda in it. I think it could have survived with Arnold in it, but when you put Linda and Arnold in and then, you know, she’s 60-something, he’s 70-something, all of a sudden you don’t It was your movie Terminator, it wasn’t even your father’s Terminator, it was your grandfather’s Terminator. And we didn’t see that.”