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Twins 2 isn't dead yet! Arnold Schwarzenegger's next two projects will see the former California Governor looking backwards into his past to revive old characters from his 1980s heyday. Up next is Terminator 6, which has a finished script by James Cameron with Deadpool director Tim Miller officially signed on to helm the project. In addition, Linda Hamilton is already training to reprise her role as Sarah Connor for the first time in 26 years. After that, Schwarzenegger is going back to the often talked about Twins sequel, Triplets.
TerminatorFans.com are reporting that Schwarzenegger confirmed his next project after Terminator 6 will be Triplets while speaking at An Experience with Arnold Schwarzenegger event in England. The sequel to 1988's Twins has been talked about for years, but it might actually happen this time. Schwarzenegger revealed that filming for Terminator 6 will begin in March and that he will join forces »
- Craig Elvy
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been back in the acting game for a handful of years now since he retired as Governor of California. Despite a whole lot of trying, he hasn't really added another classic movie to his resume. It looks like Killing Gunther might finally be the movie. Saban Films has released the first trailer for Killing Gunther, which sees Schwarzenegger having an absolute blast in an action/comedy that could be a complete surprise for those who want to see the man back in classic form.
Trailers Promos Teasers brings us the first teaser trailer for Killing Gunther, which was written and directed by Saturday Night Live alum Taran Killam. This serves as his directorial debut, which is actually going to implement a mockumentary style to take us through this journey, which sees a whole bunch of funny people trying to kill Arnold Schwarzenegger, who plays Gunther. As one might expect, »
Arnold Schwarzenegger had high praise for Danny DeVito, calling his one-time “Twins” co-star “a good man” in a Reddit comment to an emotional story. In the post, a Reddit user recounts being 13 years old at a ski resort. At the time, he was being abused at school, and unable to discuss it with his […] »
- Brent Furdyk
This year, Arnold Schwarzenegger (above in Terminator: Genisys) has expressed his enthusiasm about appearing in another installment of the Terminator series multiple times, which is completely understandable. The original movie, directed by James Cameron, allowed him to portray a very strong and dynamic character who became an iconic action figure on the big screen. Earlier this week, Schwarzenegger again talked about his interest in the franchise. As translated by The Playlist from Kleine Zeitung, a German-language site, Schwarzenegger said: "In March next year, I am shooting Terminator 6, James Cameron and David Ellison are back on board." To put that in context, Schwarzenegger also said that he will be shooting Triplets, a sequel to his 1988 comedy Twins, this...
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- Peter Martin
He'll be back. And we aren't going to have to wait all that long for it to happen. We've been hearing buzz about Terminator creator James Cameron working on a Terminator reboot in recent months, with a recent report from the director himself saying that there is a plan for a potential trilogy. Arnold Schwarzenegger also said that he is going to return and now he has reiterated that, as well as providing us with the news that the new Terminator movie is going to shoot next year.
The news comes courtesy of The Playlist and according to their report, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who just turned 70, is going to once again take on his deadly android persona for what will be Terminator 6. The news came during an extensive interview in which the actor provided very brief updates on several projects, such as the Twins sequel Triplets, the new Conan movie and, »
You can say this about Arnold Schwarzenegger, he’s certainly passionate about the various projects he has cooking, and the characters he’s played over the years. For example, it’s been a long time since we even thought about “Triplets,” the proposed sequel to his 1988 hit “Twins,” but never one to let an opportunity get wasted, the actor is once again promising it’ll happen.
- Kevin Jagernauth
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
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.
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“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
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
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. »
Actor also hints at possible Netflix collaboration and talks Trump and Triplets in Cannes.
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 confirmed that he will star in a new Terminator film produced by James Cameron.
“It is back,” commented Schwarzenegger, who revealed that he had met Cameron recently and discussed the project. “It is moving forward. He [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise,” the actor added, “I will be in the movie.” »
- email@example.com (Tom Grater)
When Arnold Schwarenegger first teamed up with Ivan Reitman to make Twins with Danny DeVito, no one knew what to expect. This was Conan the Barbarian and The Terminator trying out comedy for God’s sake. How in the world could he pull this off? Turns out he did and he did it extremely well. In fact he did so well that he teamed up with Reitman again to make the movie Kindergarten Cop. While it wasn’t as good as Twins it was pretty awesome in its own right. I’m pretty sure everyone in the world knows the line “It’s not
- Nat Berman
Arnold Schwarzenegger hasn’t had the best of luck with sequels lately. Paramount pulled the plug on its planned Terminator Genisys follow-up, The Legend of Conan has been abandoned, Arnold said he’ll not return for The Expendables 4 without Sylvester Stallone, and he also revealed he passed on the opportunity to reprise the role of Dutch in The Predator.
Well, it seems we may still see the action icon returning to one of his former roles, with Schwarzenegger telling EW that the long-gestating Twins follow-up Triplets is still moving ahead and could start shoot by the end of the year:
“We are just now working on Triplets,” said Schwarzenegger. “That is on top of the list, for me. Because I’ve been trying to do that for 20 years. Ivan Reitman (the director of Twins) believes in it. Danny DeVito believes in it — who always believed in it — and Eddie Murphy believes in it. »
- Gary Collinson
It’s literally been almost 30 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger did his first comedy. In 1988 Ivan Reitman took a chance and directed an incredibly funny comedy that starred the action star and Danny DeVito as none other than Twins. No one could believe it. How would the star of The Terminator, Conan the Barbarian, Commando, and The Predator even be remotely funny? But Twins was great. Movie goers and critics loved it and Arnold showed us that he was more than just an action star. Schwarzenegger did Kindergarten Cop shortly after that which was also successful. Junior on the other
- Nat Berman
Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't want to give up on reviving some of his most iconic movie roles. Even though his last turn as Terminator didn't do what anyone hoped it would and with his Conan sequel now dead in the water, it looks like we are going to finally get that Twins sequel everyone has been begging for. According to him, the movie is a top priority and could begin filming sometime this year.
The actor recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about his upcoming movie Aftermath, but the conversation turned to his long-gestating sequel to the 1988 comedy Twins, which is going to be titled Triplets. The movie will star Eddie Murphy as the third brother, which is a pretty obvious comedic angle when looking at him next to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. It turns out that, as things have shuffled around a bit, the movie has become his top priority »
Author: Scott Davis
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been in the news quite a lot in the last week as he continues his promotional push for his new movies Aftermath, which is cinemas today (read our review here). And while the big Austrian is talking primarily about his new drama, some of the questions turned to both his upcoming projects and their long-gestating sequels.
With news that Schwarzenegger would bail on The Expendables franchise if Sylvester Stallone does indeed officially exit, similar sad news has come to light from screenwriter Chris Morgan (The Fate of the Furious) who has said that The Legend of Conan, the sequel that would have seen Arnold return to the title role he made famous in the early 1980’s, is dead.
“At the end of the day, »
- Scott Davis
1988 was a unique year in film history. For every Die Hard and Who Framed Roger Rabbit that debuted, we had odd films like Earth Girls Are Easy, Cocktail, and the comedy Twins, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito who play brothers who were separated at birth. For some reason the movie made over $200 Million Dollars that year (adjusted for inflation.) Keep in mind that Die Hard made only $174 Million Dollars that year (adjusted for inflation.) and you get a sense that all was not right with the world in the latter half of the 1980's.
Yahoo Movies is reporting that there is movement in the long in production sequel to that film which would be called Triplets. Eddie Murphy would star along with Arnold and DeVito playing their other long lost brother. According to Arnold...
"The ones that talked about it were Danny DeVito and me. But the funny thing »
- Tim Jousma
The CBC has a story up about executives at Paramount responding to the weak box office results of the new Scarlett Johansson movie Ghost In The Shell. Based on the insanely popular manga series, the film stars Scarlett as Major Motoko Kusanagi, a cyborg counter-terrorisim operative.
The main controversy the film faced was the casting of Scarlett Johansson as the main character. Fans of the series argued that her casting was another case of Hollywood white washing, taking a character that should have gone to a minority actor and filling it with a white actor. The studio would argue that the actress in this case, Scarlett Johansson, is a much more bankable star and had the ability to get the film seen by many more people. Making a movie that would placate just the hardcore fans of the series would not make this a potential franchise. Kyle Davies from Paramount Pictures had this to say. »
- Tim Jousma
Ivan Reitman is primarily known as being behind some of the great comedies of all time, either as a director, a producer or both. From Stripes to Animal House to Meatballs to Ghostbusters to Twins, Reitman had a lot to do with the influx of more dirtier and riskier comedies during the late-'70s and early '80s. Ghostbusters already got the reboot treatment last year, but Reitman is also hard at work on bringing back more of the properties he's best known for. Not only is a sequel to Twins (called Triplets) still in development, but he's also working on a new version of Stripes. Reitman dished on the plans for Stripes while promoting the upcoming comedy Bastards at CinemaCon, where Fandango caught up with him. "Well. the conversations...
- Erik Davis
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