The first two films in the Terminator franchise have long been classics, but the parts that followed have been criticized by fans of the series. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is a decent action movie, but lacks the flavor of its predecessors. In the fourth film, Arnold Schwarzenegger was not involved, but Christian Bale appeared. The tape was received coolly, and the creators did not give a start to the new trilogy.|
“Terminator: Genesis” was also not appreciated by critics, and the blockbuster did not achieve brilliant results at the box office. Therefore, the joy of fans of the franchise knew no bounds when the participation of James Cameron in the creation of the sixth part was confirmed. Later it became known that Arnie's company on the screen would be Linda Hamilton, and now Schwarzenegger admitted to reporters that Terminator 6 would ignore all the events that took place after Doomsday.
“In my opinion, James Cameron and Tim Miller have an idea that will continue the history of the T-800, but at the same time give the franchise a fresh start. It's simple: they'll take basic characters like Sarah Connor and Terminator and turn a blind eye to everything else. We need to abstract from the time frame and other characters ”, - said Schwarzenegger in an interview with Business Insider.
The actor also spoke about why he is still interested in playing the Terminator:“The T-800 is a machine that can carry destruction, do what ordinary people are not capable of. At the same time, with the advent of new technologies, the robot becomes vulnerable. ”.
Unsurprisingly, Cameron and Miller decided to go back to basics, since due to the many sequels there is no single chronology in the franchise. And although Cameron's involvement in the work on the sixth part inspires confidence, some fans of the film series still doubt the need to shoot a sequel, believing that "Doomsday" is the perfect end to the Terminator story.
The Topic of Article: Terminator 6 Start Over.