'Terminator' fans think the flashback opening of 'Dark Fate' was a lazy change to the franchise canon.
Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller talks collaborating with producer James Cameron, and admits he never wants to work with him again.
Film number six in the long-running franchise debuted in the US this weekend to a potentially disastrous $29 million – around £22.4 million.
James Cameron has revealed that there were some pretty severe differences of opinion while stitching together Terminator: Dark Fate.
After the original backlash, Sony have redesigned Sonic - and the producer is confident fans will be back on side
One of the biggest shockers for comic book movie fandom in recent months was ‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller’s departure from the upcoming sequel to 20th Century Fox’s surprise smash hit. Initial reports that Miller’s departure was amicable soon gave way to talk of behind the scenes clashes with star and producer Ryan Reynolds over tone, content and casting, and indications that the first ‘Deadpool’ hadn’t been the happiest working experience for all involved.
Tim Miller, the director of the smash-hit ‘Deadpool’, walked from the planned sequel over the creative demands of the movie’s star Ryan Reynolds, according to reports. The Wrap is quoting sources inside the production that claim that Miller and Reynolds, whose ailing career was revived by the movie, had a ‘contentious relationship’ which has now caused Miller to quit. This has not sat well with Miller, who had set ideas for a more ‘stylised’ sequel, while Reynolds wants to ante up on the raunchy adult humour of the first film.