Drawn again to the “Terminator” franchise as a result of his considerations over the way forward for the human species, James Cameron did not precisely return the sequence to its former glory by government producing “Dark Fate.” It was apparently his thought to kick off the film by having a digital recreation of Edward Furlong’s John Connor murdered, making the occasions of his traditional “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” just about meaningless.
But with all this discuss of AI taking up and the final “T2”-esque sense of doom that has descended on the world lately, the “Avatar: The Way of Water” director is unquestionably tempted to take again the reins of his “Terminator” franchise completely. Late final yr, the so-called “King of the Box Office” visited Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, and Sean Hayes’ “Smartless” podcast the place he stated:
“If I were to do another ‘Terminator’ film and maybe try to launch that franchise again, which is in discussion, but nothing has been decided, I would make it much more about the AI side of it than bad robots gone crazy.”
There have additionally been some rumors (together with this tweet and this one) that Cameron spoke on the Dell Technologies World 2023 convention this week and stated he had begun writing a brand new “Terminator” movie, however is holding off till the path of AI turns into clearer. Those are unconfirmed right now. Still, even from his feedback on the podcast, Cameron is sufficient to a minimum of attempt rebooting the franchise he constructed, however a couple of issues are going to have to return collectively to ensure that us to get one more “Terminator” film.