Despite immersing himself back into the world of Pandora as he works on his hugely-ambitious plans for four Avatar sequels, James Cameron has managed to squeeze in producing duties on his long-gestating manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel, and is also set for a return to the Terminator franchise this year as he reunites with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to produce a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
"We're calling it, Terminator: Dark Fate", Cameron told the outlet. Movies to discuss Alita: Battle Angel, Cameron has revealed that Terminator 6 is now going by the title Terminator: Dark Fate, while he also spoke about his return to the action sci-fi series alongside director Tim Miller (Deadpool).
"That's our working title right now", Cameron explained. It's hardened her even more, but in a way that made her much stronger. "Maybe less likable, but stronger". Do you like the title Terminator: Dark Fate? Let us know in the comments below! When he says "our", he's referring to the new director, Tim Miller, who is best known for directing the first Deadpool film. The script was developed in a writers room to stand on its own while simultaneously forming an overarching storyline for what is planned to be a new trilogy of Terminator movies.
Terminator 6 will introduce newcomers Mackenzie Davis and Natalie Reyes, as well as Gabriel Luna (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) who plays a brand new Terminator in the film.
Just like Bill Paxton (Private Hudson in Aliens) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800), Linda Hamilton found herself as a bonafide '80s movie star after just one role.
Cameron is producing the new film series with David Ellison of Skydance. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the sixth installment of the Terminator franchise as it develops!