For several months now we've been referring to the next film in the Terminator franchise as Terminator: Genesis, and though the title hasn't quite been changed, the spelling of it has.
Set to appear this fall in Blumhouse/Platinum Dunes' Ouija, young actor Douglas Smith has just booked a role in the upcoming Terminator: Genesis, currently being filmed in New Orleans.
If you're a fan of the Terminator franchise, there's of course nobody whose involvement in any and all sequels you'd want more than James Cameron, who wrote and directed both the original film and its sequel.
A few interesting photos from the set of the Terminator franchise's hotly anticipated fifth installment have just surfaced, providing us with our first look at Emilia Clarke's Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke's John Connor, and Jai Courtney's Kyle Reese.
Nerd boner. It's something that happens to us geeks, male or female, when awesomely geeky things happen, like two awesomely geeky worlds colliding. And I expect you're experiencing one right now with the announcement that...
A new image from the now shooting Terminator: Genesis, the fifth film in the Terminator franchise, has arrived online featuring Arnold dressed to the lethal nines... trademark sunglasses, leather jacket, et al. Check it out!
Terminator: Genesis, the fifth film in the Terminator franchise, began principal photograph today in New Orleans, and already the imagery from the set is pouring out.
More casting news has arrived for Terminator: Genesis, as THR is reporting that Byung-hun Lee, who played Storm Shadow in the G.I. Joe movies, has signed up for action along with "Mad Men" actor Michael Gladis and Sandrine Holt ("House of Cards").
The final lead role has been cast in Terminator: Genesis, and it has gone to Dayo Okeniyi. But wait... there's more! The first plans to shoot three installments to put this saga to rest have officially been hatched. The second and third films will be done back-to-back over nine months.
San Diego Comic-Con 2012: Amandla Stenberg, Jack Quaid, Dayo Okeniyi, and Willow Shields Talk The Hunger Games
Fans of The Hunger Games, rejoice! Even though things were for the most part quiet from the mega-property at the San Diego Comic-Con, you're still going to get an opportunity to hear from some of your favorite stars!
Some guys just know how to put together a trailer. The creators of the upcoming film Slew Hampshire definitely know what they're doing. Writer/director Flood Reed brings us a horrific vision of backwoods violence set to some kick-ass background music. In this 90-second trailer you get buckets of blood and the biggest collection of psycho eyes you'll ever see in such a short span of time!
Speculation time is over. Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games officially has an actor nailed down to play Effie, the flaky bureaucrat who escorts her district's young death-match contestants to their fate. Excited? Hello? Ummm ...
Two more up-and-coming young actors have signed on for Lionsgate's adaptation of The Hunger Games, one of whom has quite an impressive Hollywood pedigree.
Another day. Another bit of casting news for The Hunger Games. Don't be surprised if even more comes later in the day as well. That's just how movies like this roll. Everyone wants in. The question remains though ... will you want in the theatre?
And the casting news for The Hunger Games remains white hot, as yet another young actor is vying for a part in the new tweener craze which may just dethrone Twilight as the reigning king of the youngsters' hearts.