'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
Tim Miller won't be acknowledging any sexist trolling going on around Terminator: Dark Fate.
Tim Miller, the director of the new Terminator movie, Terminator: Dark Fate, has promised fans that a trailer is incoming.
Linda Hamilton isn't a fan of Terminator Genisys. Or Terminator Salvation. Or Terminator: Rise of the Machines, for that matter.
Terminator: Dark Fate will teleport into UK cinemas on 23 October, and we’ve got a whole gallery of exclusive new images to analyse using that weird red grid that comes up in our field of vision whenever we look at stuff.Read more: James Cameron teases ‘hardened’ Sarah ConnorThe images give us welcome clues about the film’s plot, as there’s so little information out there, even the synopsis is vague.Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and produced by visionary filmmaker James Cameron and David Ellison. Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate also stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta.Terminator: Dark Fate is released in UK cinemas on 23 October.
Concept artist Alexander Lozano shared a number of the images he was commissioned to make by the original 'Deadpool' director.
The image from the Terminator sequel shows new leads Natalia Reyes and Mackenzie Davis alongside franchise veteran Linda Hamilton.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Twentieth Century Fox has hired Brian Michael Bendis to develop a script for <em>Deadpool</em> helmer Tim Miller to direct. The movie is shrouded in secrecy, but I have confirmed it is a new feature that is set in the X-Men universe and it has a title: <em>143</em>. Bendis is one of comic's most prolific writers. He created the Miles Morales character in the <em>Ultimate Spider-Man</em> comic and <em>Jessica Jones,</em> which became the basis for the streaming series. Bendis recently moved from…
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.
As had been expected, the seasoned stuntman-turned-director has officially signed on to take the helm on ‘Deadpool 2,’ The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Leitch – who co-directed ‘John Wick’ with Chad Stahelski, but was officially credited as a producer due to Director’s Guild of America rules - was among the first names mentioned in contention for ‘Deadpool 2’ when original director Tim Miller unexpectedly dropped out. ‘Deadpool 2’ will be only his third directorial credit, yet it seems already confirmed that he will not be returning for the already-announced ‘Deadpool 3,’ as THR report that studio 20th Century Fox are already on the lookout for another director to take the helm on that film.