Arnold Schwarzenegger Says New Terminator movie Will Be Totally Ignoring Terminator Genisys

Arnie will be back!

Yes folks, there is a Terminator trilogy is in the works, with James Cameron, Linda Hamilton, and Arnold Schwarzenegger all returning. Tim Miller (“Deadpool“) will be directing the first instalment, and after four sequels and a TV series, you might be wondering where the timeline will be picking up, or what is considered canon at this point? Well, it sort of sounds like they’re scrapping everything after “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”

It’s an interesting position for Cameron to take considering he publicly endorsed a couple of those shitty sequels, but now that he has his creative fingers back in the pie as a producer, it appears he’s more than keen to brew up a new recipe. Or at the very least point screenwriters David Goyer (“Blade,” “The Dark Knight” trilogy), Charles Eglee (co-creator of “Dark Angel“), Josh Friedman (“The Sarah Connor Chronicles“) and Goyer collaborator, Justin Rhodes — part of writers room brewing the upcoming “Terminator” films — in the right director.

So yes, that means that the abysmal retcon that was “Terminator Genisys” will be forgotten, which frankly, it should be.

“…the timeline doesn’t work. Yes, it’s totally ignoring ‘Genisys,’ ” Schwarzenegger said.

Well, that’s interesting, but honestly, I don’t really care about the further adventures of T-800, just tell me a completely new story in a new Skynet universe. But brands need their mascots I guess, so this is what we’ll have to live with.

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