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Though it's unclear just what the status is of the next flick in The Terminator franchise, one thing is abundantly clear ... the series just isn't the same without star Arnold Schwarzenegger. Series creator James Cameron thinks so, too.
Well now. This sucks. A bit of bad news for those of you out there like us who were really looking forward to seeing just what Fast Five director Justin Lin could bring to the flailing Terminator franchise ... the director has had to bail on the project.
With the news that Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming back to the Terminator franchise, you really have to wonder if we'll be seeing any more familiar faces loading up for one more round. Speaking of which ...
After the soul-crushing disappointment of the mess that was the last Terminator movie, it's going to take a lot to get fans excited about another entry in the franchise. Ladies and gentlemen ... meet step one in the right direction.
By now everyone knows that Fast Five director Justin Lin is attached to the next Terminator film. What we don't know is where the next sequel/remake/whatever will take us. Although we did get a few possible hints.
While star and baby maker Arnold Schwarzenegger sorts out his personal life, chatter of a fifth entry into The Terminator franchise continues, this time with some possible casting news.
One of the biggest deals to go down at this year's Cannes film market is now over and done with. All that's left to do? Send Arnie back to the gym, fire up the CGI computers, go for an R rating and get to filming!
The day Terminator fans have been waiting patiently for is here. The man who piloted everyone's favorite killer cyborg is back in the synthetic flesh and looking to unload in the name of saving the universe from the machines.
We, like many of you, are dying to have that damned crappy taste caused by Terminator: Salvation washed out of our mouths. It's hard not to marvel at the fact that someone greenlit a film in which said Terminators didn't terminate anyone. Hopefully the record will soon be set straight.