In July 2017, James Cameron said he is planning a new trilogy and in that the legendary Arnold Schwarzenegger might not play the role of a big cyborg killer but the human who gave his appearance to the deadly Terminator. This is going to be the sixth film in the Terminator franchise but for Cameron, it’s just the second one after the legendary Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) because other three wasn’t a part of Cameron’s magic. The Director of blockbuster Deadpool –Tim Miller is going to head this project and with this news in our mind, we can surely hope for the rise of the Terminator series again.
American Actor Gabriel Luna is going to play the role of Terminator in this upcoming project and shared some pictures of him and the great Arnold pumping some iron in the gym. We all know the love Arnold possesses for body-building and it wasn’t a surprise to see him hitting the gym and working out in between days on the set. But, we have to say that Luna didn’t disappoint Arnold with his will to learn everything he can from the great Terminator and surely with Arnold on the set, Luna will give a great performance in the movie.
In the upcoming movie, Arnold is going to claim the role of classic T-800 while Luna playing as a whole new Terminator. Both are working behind the scenes as Luna has shared some photos from his official Twitter handle to show the fans some glimpses of what is coming for them with the following caption:
“The big man and I aren’t shooting today, but we don’t take days off. @Schwarzenegger #stayready #Terminators”
Here you can see the difference between the two guys as on left we have Arnold with his white beard and some crisp on his flesh and on the other side, you can see the future of Terminator films if only everything goes off to the plan. For Terminator fans, this picture can bring back some memorable moments as seeing Arnold shredding drops of sweat in the gym is just a fair reminder that they’ll have their legendary actor again in their favorite series.
There are many other pictures Luna on the internet from the sets of Terminator and has given an idea to the fans what their new Terminator will be all about as in one of the pictures you can see Luna playing the guitar on the sets in Madrid. So, will the new Terminator could come with some songs for us. Also, Mackenzie Davis has been seen covered with some scars and rumors of her playing the role of a character composed of a living tissue over metal.
So, with these pictures from the sets and with a star cast of Arnold, Luna, and Mackenzie with Director Tim Miller, Terminator fans are on cloud nine and will be hoping to brush-off the poor run of Terminator movies. With Arnold coming back and adding muscles through his body and solidity through his acting and with James Cameron back in production duties. Surely, we can expect a lot from the upcoming Terminator movie. Cameron has also stated his views regarding the changing views of computer technology as,
“We’re developing a new Terminator film. And The Terminator films are all about artificial intelligence. But, I would say we’re looking at it differently than when I wrote the first story in 1982. That was just your classic ‘technology bad, smart computers bad’ kind of thing. Nowadays though –it’s going to be a much more nuanced perspective. So it’s ‘Smart computers bad…BUT…’ That’s the new motif”.
So, with a lot of people working hard to bring back the Terminator franchise back on top division is surely a task which will need a consistent hardworking attitude till the last day of the shoot. There are many great minds behind this big project as the screenplay is going to be done by the collective efforts of Josh Friedman, David S. Goyer, Billy Ray, and Justin Rhodes. Also, the pressure is on the shoulders of forerunner Arnold and great actor Luna and we will see how much weight their movie possess as the movie is going to hit theatres on November 15th, 2019.
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