Traveling back to the year 2009, when Fox gave The Sarah Connor Chronicles a go, Terminator is headed back to television again. The producers behind the new Terminator are, like everyone else, hoping to build a whole Marvel-style cross-platform universe for their franchise, so they've hired Thor and X-Men: First Class writers Zack Stentz and Ashley Miller to write and executive produce a new series to tie into the upcoming reboot. It's not clear how exactly the show will connect to the film--partially because we still don't even quite know what the deal is with that--but it's said it will look at "a critical moment" of the original 1984 James Cameron movie and "where the film's story goes one way, the upcoming series will take the same moment in a completely different direction." This time Bill Paxton survives to graciously hand his clothes over?
Is the Terminator series--whether it be television, film, or learning computer--getting in on the aggravatingly vague viral marketing bandwagon? God, it looks like it.
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It's down to Emilia Clarke and Brie Larson in Paramount's hunt for a new, more adorable model of Sarah Connor. According to Deadline they're the two in the running to take over the role for the studio's new Terminator, which is being directed by Thor: The Dark World's Alan Tayl... / Continue →