James Cameron has recently surprised fans and confirmed that talks are currently underway to further develop the “Terminator” series.
Director was not discouraged by the poor performance of the last installments of the series and has revealed the first details already.
“My ‘Avatars’ are about the environment and there is no artificial intelligence, but if I were to do another ‘Terminator'” – says the filmmaker in the Smartless podcast. – And create a reboot of the series, which is being discussed, although decisions have not yet been made, I would focus on AI, not on a story about evil robots going crazy.
This is rather surprising news, particularly since the last film titled “Terminator: Dark Destiny” has been criticized by audiences and journalists, with the director himself recently pointing out the main cause of the show’s poor reception.
I think this film would have survived having Linda, and it would have survived having Arnold, but if you put both actors into the plot – she in her 60s, he in his 70s, then suddenly it turns out that this is not your Terminator,” Cameron said in an interview with Deadline. – It’s not even your dad’s Terminator, but your grandfather’s Terminator. And that fact has been overlooked.
Currently being shown in theaters is James Cameron’s latest film “Avatar: The Way of Water.” The more than three-hour spectacle impresses mainly with its visual layer.