If you thought the Terminator movie franchise was dead, or at least in a holding pattern, think again. According to Deadline.com Director James Cameron and ‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller are teaming up for an all new ‘Terminator‘ movie reboot. It looks like James Cameron is getting the rights to the Terminator franchise back in 2019 and that is good news! Check out all the details below and let us know if you are excited about the news AFTER THE JUMP!
According to the site, Ellison is “bankrolling an exploratory effort that includes engaging some top-flight science fiction authors to find the movie creatively. Ellison still holds many Terminator rights, after his 2013 acquisition from sister and Annapurna principal Megan Ellison. She bought them in 2011 at Cannes for $20 million.”
Cameron sold the rights to the original film for $1 to producer Gale Anne Hurd, with the agreement that Cameron would be allowed to direct The Terminator, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The first film earned $78.4 million worldwide and was topped by Cameron’s highly-acclaimed sequel, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which grossed $519.8 million worldwide. Cameron stepped away from the franchise after that film, though three more were made, with the most recent one, Terminator Genisys, having earned $440.6 million globally (though only $89.8 million of that was domestic) on a $155 million budget.