Terminator Genisys

'Terminator Genisys' is actually a reboot of the entire 'Terminator' franchise and the start of a new trilogy. The film will return Arnold Schwarzenegger to star as the classic T-800, but in a completely different timeline. 'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke will play the new Sarah Connor who has been raised by a version of the T-800 since she was a teen. Jason Clarke plays John Connor, who sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to save his mother.

  • Release Date: July 1, 2015
  • Director: Alan Taylor
  • Written By: Patrick Lussier and Laeta Kalorgridis
  • Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Jason Clarke, Matt Smith, Byung-Hun Lee, J.K. Simmons
There‘s No Fate But What You Make in ‘Terminator Genisys: Future War’
There‘s No Fate But What You Make in ‘Terminator Genisys: Future War’
Just when you thought the Terminator franchise was dead, along comes a mobile game developer to prove you wrong. Hitting mobile platforms today is Terminator Genisys: Future War, a new clan-based multiplayer game from Plarium Games. Why the developer wanted to hitch its wagon to the least-successful sequel in the series is beyond us, but setting Future War in the post-Skynet timeline where humans battle machines was definitely a smart choice.
‘Terminator’ Producers Say Franchise Will Continue After a “Re-Adjusting”
‘Terminator’ Producers Say Franchise Will Continue After a “Re-Adjusting”
Just last week we brought you the news that the planned Terminator Genisys trilogy was being put on hold indefinitely following the disappointing performance of the film that was intended to kick off that new series of films. Makes perfect sense, we thought. Genisys was not a very good movie and didn’t leave many people, including us, very interested the future of this franchise. But, this is Hollywood and perfect sense doesn’t always apply. Now, Terminator Genisys producer Dana Goldberg has spoken publicly for the first time saying future Terminator movies haven’t been canceled, they’re just being “re-imagined.” Oh great, another reboot!
J.K. Simmons Signed for More 'Terminator' Sequels
J.K. Simmons Signed for More 'Terminator' Sequels
J.K. Simmons — along with Michael Keaton — recently parted ways with Kong: Skull Island, but he still has some other (potential) big franchise plans. Simmons was one of the best parts of the mostly not-great Terminator Genisys, fully committing to his role as a frazzled cop and genuinely appearing to have fun with the film, which really needed it. The actor has now revealed that he’s signed on for more Terminator sequels, guaranteeing that if there are more of these movies, we can at least look forward to his part in them.

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