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Looks like we'll be getting that Red Sonja movie at some stage after all. The Robert E. Howard-created warrior (though it was actually Roy Thomas who revamped her for Marvel's Conan comics) was already the subject of a movie from director Richard Fleischer back in 1985 with Brigitte Nielsen in the title role, and since that there have been a couple of attempts at a reboot -- most notably Robert Rodriguez's version which would have starred his then girlfriend Rose McGowan, and very nearly got off the ground. Then back in 2011 Simon West actually signed on to helm a Red Sonja movie (possibly starring Amber Heard) which would have tied into Marcus Nispel's Conan The Barbarian remake, but obviously that wasn't to be either. Now it seems with Arnold Schwarzenegger set to crush his enemies as Conan once again, Nu Image feel it's time to give Sonja another »
Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he will star in Terminator 6.
The actor reportedly told fans during a speech at Budapest's Sports Arena that he will begin filming on the project in 2016.
Asked if he will be involved in the sixth instalment of the action series, he replied: "Yes, of course, next year."
Schwarzenegger will also appear in the upcoming instalment, Terminator Genisys, which opens on July 1 in the Us and July 3 in the UK.
Earlier this week, the film unveiled a new IMAX trailer.
Watch the trailer for Terminator Genisys below: »
She's been wandering in the wilderness for a good few years, but Red Sonja has just returned to her previous home at studio Millennium / Nu Image. Development has started over on a new Sonja movie, with up-and-coming writer Christopher Cosmos set to work on the screenplay.Sonja, is sort of a Robert E. Howard creation like Conan The Barbarian, but actually has more to do with Roy Thomas' Conan comics for Marvel. Howard's Red Sonya of Rogatino doesn't inhabit the same world or time period as Conan and doesn't wear a chain-mail bikini; it was Thomas that revamped her as the amazon sword-maiden we now recognise. She was previously embodied onscreen by Brigitte Nielsen in 1985, with Arnold Schwarzenegger also on-hand as the all-but Conan Prince Kalidor. Twenty-odd years later, Sonja reared her crimson head again, in a projected film that was to star Rose McGowan, with Robert Rodriguez producing and »
While in between shows on her European tour, Katy Perry paid a visit to Polish concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. The "Dark Horse" singer, 30, stopped by the World War II landmark site Wednesday, which she acknowledged in an Instagram photo of the prisoner barracks. "My heart was heavy today," she captioned the image. "For ever let this place be a cry of despair and a warning to humanity, where the Nazi murdered about one and a half million men, women and children mainly Jews from various countries of Europe," she wrote. She ended the caption with a quote from Spanish-American writer George »
- Jacqueline Andriakos, @jandriakos
There's been various reports about the upcoming "Terminator Genisys" film, and about what's likely to be one of the film's pivotal scenes - where the older incarnation of Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 takes on his younger version from the original 1984 film.
Grumpy and well armed old Arnie vs. young and naked Arnie certainly raises some interesting questions, and a new report at fansite TheTerminatorFans has revealed one unexpected element - it seems the filmmakers won't have to worry about any naughty silhouettes or awkward camera angles as the T-800 won't be anatomically correct. Their source says:
"'The Terminator' has been castrated folks! He will now resemble a 'Ken Doll'. This is a bold daring move for Skydance… oh how different the previous movies would have turned out if this was the case… most likely with people saying this man doesn't have a penis? Without clothes the infiltrator would »
- Garth Franklin
There are some franchises that will never work without their main star, and that's the truth for the Terminator movies and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The upcoming Terminator: Genisys is a reboot with new actors in every role except that of the T-800, which will again be played by the Austrian action hero. Occasionally others have stood-in for the part, but the series has used, and likely always will use, Arnie's likeness, even after he's dead. And unlike Hugh Jackman and Wolverine, Schwarzenegger will probably really play the Terminator for the rest of his life. He's at least on board for the next installment, to follow this summer's Genisys, according to the site TheArnoldFans. When asked if he'd appear in the...
- Christopher Campbell
Upon hearing that Arnold Schwarzenegger is starring in an upcoming zombie film, the first image to come to mind might be of the iconic action actor taking on hordes of zombies with the tool shed arsenal from Commando or the firepower of Predator, but Maggie looks to be a more intimate and dramatic entry to the living dead sub-genre, aiming for emotion over entrails (though there definitely could be some of the latter).
The feature film debut from Henry Hobson, Maggie stars Schwarzenegger as a father clinging to the draining humanity of his infected daughter (Abigail Breslin), and we now know when Lionsgate affiliate Roadside Attractions will release the film to theaters.
According to Box Office Mojo, Maggie will come out in theaters on May 8th from Roadside Attractions. Directed by Hobson off a Black List script by John Scott 3, Maggie stars Schwarzenegger, Breslin, and Joely Richardson.
"The film »
- Derek Anderson
From early Bond to 21st century sci-fi, here's Ryan's pick of 11 unforgettable villain pairings from action cinema history...
You're generally lucky if a movie has one genuinely great villain in it, let alone two. This is probably because creating a villain takes great acting and writing - it's one thing to create a preening character who stomps around a story doing unpleasant things, but creating a villain who's three-dimensional, witty, scary and above all memorable requires considerable skill.
Every so often, a movie comes along which gives us not one, but two classic villains, with the personality of one complementing the other. A familiar dynamic was once laid out by Steven Spielberg: one is smart and eloquent , while the other is the tougher, more violent of the pair. It's a template that we've seen time and again in cinema, but it's only occasionally that both characters leap from the screen. »
Back when "Terminator: Genisys" was first announced, the official press release stated that it would be "the first in a stand-alone trilogy," but as we've learned since, that's not entirely the case. Firstly, the face of the franchise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is returning in a very prominent role. And while the plot for 'Genisys' looks to be essentially wiping the slate clean from whatever happened in the previous movies, it's also borrowing heavily from them too, whether lifting past catchphrases ("I'll be back"; "Come with me if you want to live"), or just looking like an inferior version of "Terminator 2: Judgment Day." And it's clear that if there's a sequel, Arnie will again lumber into it. The Arnold Fans (via Slashfilm) asked the aging T-800 if he would be in the sequel, and he answered, “Yes, of course, next year.” So, spoiler alert I suppose, but maybe no one should be surprised at this point. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Paramount Pictures announced the release dates for the two sequels last year, but it didn’t release any casting information. In an exclusive interview with Schwarzenegger, The Arnold Fans asked whether he’d be filming Terminator 6, to which the actor confirmed, “Yes, of course, next year.”
Terminator 6 opens stateside May 19, 2017, and thanks to Schwarzenegger’s comment, we now know production will begin on it sometime next year. Terminator 7 is set to open June 29, 2018.
- Chris Cooper
When "The Terminator" franchise was acquired, the plan was to develop three new installments before the rights revert back to James Cameron in 2019. The first film, called "Terminator Genisys" is set to hit theaters on July 1st and will bring back Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator. The sequel will follow on May 19th, 2017, and according to Schwarzenegger, he'll be back once again, adding that production will begin next year. The third installment is set to be released on June 29th, 2018. »
Terminator 6 will shoot next year, and Arnold Schwarzenegger confirms that he'll be part of it...
Paramount's plan for this summer's Terminator: Genisys is for it to springboard a new trilogy of films in the series. To be fair, that was the plan too with Terminator: Salvation, but there does seem to be a little more confidence this time around.
Paramount's certainly been open about its plans in that regard, with Terminator: Genisys 2 - which it won't be called - already set for May 19th 2017. And in a surprise to very few people on the planet indeed, Arnold Schwarzenegger has revealed that he'll be back - arf - for that one as well. He confirmed his reappearance to The Arnold Fans, as well as the fact that he'll be filming what'll be Terminator 6 next year.
Most of the key cast for Terminator: Genisys are believed to be on three picture deals. »
Terminator Genisys has unveiled its latest IMAX trailer.
Human resistance leader John Connor (Jason Clarke) sends his most trusted soldier Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back in time to save his mother Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke), only to discover that Skynet has been targeting her for death her entire life.
Raised by a T-800 model Terminator (Schwarzenegger) to became a warrior, Sarah must join with Kyle to destroy the T-1000 machine (Lee Byung-hun).
Terminator Genisys opens on July 1 in the Us and July 3 in the UK. »
This summer will see Paramount Pictures bring Terminator: Genisys to the big screen, and the studio already has two sequels in the works dated for May 19th, 2017 and June 19th, 2018. That close of a schedule could mean the sequels will be shot back-to-back, but we don't know for sure. What we do know now is that Arnold Schwarzenegger will at least be back for the second film. The star of the original Terminator franchise recently spoke with The Arnold Fans, and he was asked whether or not he would be back for what will be the sixth film in the series. Schwarzenegger simply says, "Yes, of course, next year.” However, let's take a moment to remember that Terminator Salvation was supposed to be the first in a new film series and that didn't work out at all. Now, I'm betting that this Terminator will be a little more successful than Terminator Salvation, »
- Ethan Anderton
Is Arnold Schwarzenegger going to follow up his appearance in Terminator: Genisys by reprising his iconic role yet again for the film.s expected sixth installment? Well, the actor has has now confirmed that he will indeed be back. Schwarzenegger made this announcement while talking to the eternally devoted fan-website The Arnold Fans. The legendary actor was asked whether he would be following up his turn in Genisys in Terminator 6, and the beefy Austrian didn.t disappoint by giving the rousing response of, "Yes, of course, next year." It has previously been teased that the upcoming Terminator Genisys will be the first in a new trilogy of Terminator films. Of course this speculation immediately led to the same furious question that has dogged every single Terminator film since the relatively adequate but ultimately disappointing third installment to the franchise: will Arnie be along for the ride again? This is »
We’ve long heard that Terminator: Genisys is the first part in a proposed new trilogy of Terminator movies. Since the release of the first trailer, that fact has taken a back seat as fans and skeptics alike are focusing on the film at hand. However, for one particular star of the film, eyes are already turning to the sequel. On […]
- Germain Lussier
Something strange and rare is happening now at your local cineplex. “Jupiter Ascending,” a film that has a 23% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is gaining a small legion of dedicated fans. But not with, the usual suspects when it comes to devotion to objectively awful space operas, disenfranchised young men. “Jupiter Ascending” has broken new ground by becoming the first cult classic sci-fi film that will be buoyed into infamy by young women. To quote the rallying cry of the ‘Jupiter Ascending’ fandom, “This movie is garbage, but it’s Our Garbage.” Image via Tumblr Every year billions of dollars are spent catering to the child inside grown men: the one who wants to fight the aliens, shoot the ray gun, zoom through space, and save the day. Some of these movies are great (“Guardians of the Galaxy”) some of them are mediocre, (“Star Trek Into Darkness”), and some of »
- Donna Dickens
With a little over four months to go until Terminator: Genisys resets the beloved sci-fi franchise, star of the series Arnold Schwarznegger has confirmed what we suspected all along. The actor-politician, who rose to prominence playing the badass cyborg in James Cameron’s original Terminator, spoke out after a recent lecture in Europe to verify his appearance in the movie’s sequel.
“Yes, of course, next year,” he said, when asked by a reporter from fan site The Arnold Fans (via Coming Soon) if he would be a part of production on the sixth instalment. After the forthcoming fifth entry was confirmed for a summer 2015 opening, Paramount verified that two additional sequels had been pegged for release. The sixth – which we now know will commence production next year – is slated for a May 19th, 2017 release. The third film in the reboot trilogy is expected to arrive on June 29th, »
- Gem Seddon
Back in October Warner Bros. unveiled the awesome slate of upcoming DC movies and dated Shazam! for April 2019. That's a long wait for any movie, and when you have a bright star already attached, the one and only Dwayne Johnson, maybe moving things along a little quicker wouldn't hurt. That’s what Johnson suggested recently at the Academy Awards when he was asked about the movie. And just like Arnold talking about Terminator sequels, this of course is not official »
- Graham McMorrow
Back in September, Paramount Pictures handed out release dates for two sequels to this summer's Terminator Genisys, with Terminator 6 hitting theaters May 19, 2017 and Terminator 7 arriving June 29, 2018. Unfortunately, that report did not include any details about which cast members are coming back for the sequels, but today, The Arnold Fans spoke with Arnold Schwarzenegger, who confirmed that he will be back for Terminator 6. Here's what the actor had to say, when asked if he was shooting the next Terminator sequel.
"Yes, of course, next year."
What remains to be seen is what other cast members from Terminator Genisys are coming back. Along with Arnold Schwarzenegger as the aging T-800 Terminator known as "Pops," the sci-fi action-thriller stars Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke as John Connor and Jai Courtney as Reese. The supporting cast is rounded out by new Oscar winner J.K. Simmons, Matt Smith, Byung-hun Lee and Douglas Smith. »
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