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British production company Hereford Films has acquired movie rights to the upcoming novel “Chase” from prolific horror writer Shaun Hutson. The option is part of a deal with the British author and his publisher Caffeine Nights that will also see Hereford take rights to Hutson’s 1988 novel “Assassin,” as well as form a new publishing brand with Caffeine Nights.
The new publishing label, Hereford Books, will produce novelizations of other films on the independent production company’s slate, as well as spinoff titles and print-only “expanded universe” sequels. Hereford has previously seen Caffeine Nights publish novelizations of catalogue horror titles including “Vendetta,” “We Still Kill the Old Way” and “Age of Kill.”
Hereford CEO Jonathan Sothcott said he and producer Damien Morley had been looking to expand the company’s business interests into publishing and that, in Caffeine Nights, they believe they have found the perfect partner. “It is part »
- Robert Mitchell
Despite Terminator Genisys not performing too well, it is said that Terminator 6 will happen in the near future with Arnold teaming up with James Cameron as the producer. Reports suggest that Arnold told Hollywood media, “It is back and moving forward with some great ideas which will successfully continue the franchise.”
Witness the gripping story of two lives forever bound by tragedy when Aftermath arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD and On Demand June 6 from Lionsgate. Inspired by true events, Golden Globe®winner Arnold Schwarzenegger (1977, New Star of the Year – Actor, Stay Hungry) stars as a husband fearlessly seeking revenge on the air traffic controller responsible for his family’s death. The AftermathBlu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
Roman’s (Schwarzenegger) life changes forever when he loses his wife and daughter in a plane crash. He attempts to move on from the tragedy but soon finds that he cannot face life without confronting Jake (Scoot McNairy), the air traffic controller responsible for the accident.
Scoot McNairy 12 Years a Slave, »
- Tom Stockman
Resident Evil: Earlier this year, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (above) concluded the horror-thriller movie series that began in 2002. Nearly four months have passed, however, and now it's been decided to reboot the franchise. A new six-installment series is in development; no details have been revealed yet, so we don't know if Milla Jovovich will be returning to star. [Variety] Terminator: Last month, Arnold Schwarzenegger declared that he was "looking forward to doing another Terminator movie" and that the franchise would never be finished, despite reports to the contrary. Visiting the Cannes Film Festival, Schwarzenegger reiterated his commitment to the action series that made him a worldwide star, stating that he had recently discussed...
- Peter Martin
- Collider Video
Author: Scott Davis
There has been much speculation regarding the future of the Terminator franchise and what’s next in the long-long of sequels and timeline alterations, but we now have some idea of what is happening as star Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced that he will be back for a sixth film.
Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival whilst promoting environmental documentary Wonders Of The Sea 3D, for which he is a producer and the film’s narrator, the actor told Screen International that a new film is being prepped and that he and creator James Cameron are both involved:
“It is back… It is moving forward. He [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise…I will be in the movie.”
The initial conceit was that 2015’s Terminator Genisys would get a sequel this year, but after the disappointing returns on the film ($440million worldwide but »
- Scott Davis
Resident Evil: Earlier this year, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (above) concluded the horror-thriller movie series that began in 2002. Nearly four months have passed, however, and now it's been decided to reboot the franchise. A new six-installment series is in development; no details have been revealed yet, so we don't know if Milla Jovovich will be returning to star. [Variety] Terminator: Last month, Arnold Schwarzenegger declared that he was "looking...
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In January, we learned that director James Cameron was crafting a new “Terminator” film and was in talks with “Deadpool” helmer Tim Miller to direct the project. Now, Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he is on board to star in the film. The actor spoke to /Film at the Cannes Film Festival, where he is presenting Jean-Michel Cousteau’s documentary “Wonders of the Sea 3D,” which he narrates.
Read More: he 2017 IndieWire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival
“It is back. It is moving forward,” Schwarzenegger told the site, adding that Cameron, who would produce the film, “has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise. I will be in the movie.” This will mark Cameron’s return to the franchise he created back in 1984. The filmmaker also penned and directed the 1991 sequel “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” It is still unknown whether »
- Yoselin Acevedo
Though the sequels that were intended to follow 2015's Terminator Genisys were canceled after that film's lackluster performance and tepid reception, the Terminator franchise is far from dead. It was already announced that James Cameron, creator of the property, was returning to produce and shepherd a new approach to the classic series of films, with Deadpool's Tim Miller set to direct. Whatever direction the new film takes, we now know of another important returning player.
Screen Daily sat down with Arnold Schwarzenegger at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, where the actor confirmed that he will, indeed, be back... again:
“It is back. It is moving forward. [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise. I will be in the movie.”
So, how do we continue from here? The franchise has already had two "reboots" of sorts, 2009's Terminator Salvation and the aforementioned Genisys. The former was meant »
- Nick Doll
Following the poor critical and fan reaction to Paramount’s planned first step in a new rebooted trilogy, Terminator: Genisys, the future of the Terminator franchise was up in the air for quite a while. First, it was announced any future sequels were on hold. Then, it was being ‘re-adjusted’, it was back on, it was cancelled, it’s might be back on again. It was quite the journey Terminator fans went on. The last we heard was that James Cameron would be returning to the franchise after he gets back the rights in 2019, ‘godfathering’ a new reboot with Deadpool’s Tim Miller in talks to direct. It’s being all quiet since then, but now we get an update from none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger, who speaking to Screen at Cannes, confirms the project is still moving forward, and he will be returning to the franchise once more: It is back. »
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Announced back in March, Sony are pushing forward with their R-rated Venom spin-off movie by revealing that Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises) will be putting on the symbiote suit with Ruben Flischer (Zombieland) directing. The movie goes into production this Fall, and will not be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read more here.
Speaking of long-gestating projects, and Universal Studios may have found their replacement for Antoine Fuqua on their Scarface remake by arranging talks with David Ayer (Suicide Squad). Ayer is not confirmed yet, and he’s got a busy schedule coming up with Suicide Squad spin-off Gotham City Sirens over at DC and Warner Bros. Read more here.
He’LL Be Back
- Luke Owen
Great news kids, the Terminator will be back! Director James Cameron, who pioneered the Terminator franchise alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator and T2: Judgement Day is officially returning to reboot. Deadline is reporting that the rights to the franchise will revert back to Cameron in 2019 and he is already in talks with Deadpool […]
- Edward Nigma
Simon Brew May 22, 2017
Earlier this year, there was a bit of confusion over the fate of Terminator 6. Paramount removed Terminator: Genisys 2 from its release slate, as plans for a trilogy of films around that particular venture were shelved. No surprise there. Then it was revealed that a new film was being developed, with James Cameron back involved, albeit not directing (he has about 18 Avatar movies, give or take, to shoot). Instead, Deadpool’s Tim Miller was recruited to take on directing duties.
But then came a story that Terminator 6 had been cancelled. This was swiftly followed by producer David Ellison teasing that actually, a big announcement was coming, that would be “the continuation of what fans really wanted since T2”.
Still, though, there was some confusion as to whether Arnold Schwarzenegger would be involved, or whether his days with the franchise were over. »
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been in full acting mode for a couple of years now but he’ll be taking it to the next level in the near future. Not only is he planning on a Twins sequel but the actor and former Governor of California revealed that he will in fact be involved in upcoming Terminator projects that will involve none other than James Cameron. According to Screen daily Speaking to Screen in Cannes, where he is talking up new environmentally-focused documentary Wonders Of The Sea 3D with producer Francois Mantello and co-directors Jean-Michel Cousteau and Jean-Jacques Mantello, Schwarzenegger
- Nat Berman
Cartoon Brew utterly savage (but 100% correct) on the Emoji Movie trailer
La Review of Books on Netflix's Sense8 as metaphor for Netflix is. (I have no idea
why a book site is reviewing this but the piece is absolutely terrific)
La Times talks to Robin Swicord, only now with a second feature (Wakefield) long after the success of The Jane Austen Book Club. Her debut was profitable (always Hollywood's end goal) but Hollywood wouldn't hire her to direct? We've heard this story all too often!
Screen Daily in terrible terrible news they're still not going to let the once genius but totally played out Terminator franchise die and Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron plan to be involved in the next one. Doesn't anyone in Hollywood want to do something original even more? It's not like Cameron couldn't get funding for literally Anything he wanted to do. (sigh)
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- NATHANIEL R
Earlier this year, we learned director James Cameron is returning to the Terminator franchise he created to produce and shepherd the new approach to the dying sci-fi property that hasn’t had a good sequel since Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Deadpool director Tim Miller will be at the helm of the movie, but otherwise we haven’t […]
- Ethan Anderton
Some time ago sci-fi fans almost had an asthma attack over the news that another Terminator movie was in the works, this time with series creator James Cameron working behind the scene as producer. Those not fulfilled by Terminator: Genisys were rekindled with hope that this could mean the series could regain some of its glory. Also on the thought docket is whether or not Arnold Schwarzenegger would be... Read More »
- Matt Rooney
He said he’d be back, and he wasn’t kidding around. Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed plans are afoot for another “Terminator” movie, revealing he’ll be reprising his role as a robotic assassin in what will be the sixth film in the mega-hit franchise “It is back,” the former California governor told Screen Daily, noting that he recently […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Earlier this year, Universal canceled The Legend of Conan, which would have had Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising his iconic role from the original 1982 classic. Also known in some circles as King Conan, the movie was believed to be dead. Not true, says Schwarzenegger. As far as he's concerned, the movie is still happening.
Schwarzenegger was at Cannes this weekend to promote a new underwater documentary. But the talk quickly turned to his impending slate, which includes a recently announced Terminator reboot that James Cameron will be producing and the Twins sequel Triplets. King Conan was almost completely waxed over. But Arnie stopped short for an update, confirming that things are moving forward.
"It's being rewritten...the idea is to do it."
What we don't have confirmed from the action icon is whether or not the sequel is still at Universal. Arnold has been teasing this movie since 2012, which is actually not that long in Hollywood years. »
Has anyone gotten more mileage out of a single catchphrase uttered over 30 years ago? 'I'll be back!' Was boldly stated by Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 cyborg in the original 1984 Terminator, and now he is saying it once again, as he confirms his participation in the upcoming James Cameron-produced Terminator Reboot (which some are calling Terminator 6). But it's not yet clear how this installment will tie into the overall franchise which has only ever been loosely rebooted.
The original plan was for a new Terminator trilogy that was supposed to kick off with Terminator Genisys. That movie proved to be a big bomb, as it used time travel to completely rewrite the history of the sci-fi saga. Schwarzenegger once again reprised his iconic role. But that wasn't enough to get fans interested. And after some time passed, Paramount decided to end the trilogy with just that one film. »
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