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‘Terminator Genisys’: What Director Alan Taylor is Doing Differently The Terminator: Genisys trailers and promos have by now given fans of the franchise a better sense of what this reboot of James Cameron’s Terminator films will be about.

The upcoming series relaunch Terminator: Genisys has been a divisive issue amongst the franchise's fans. You've got people like me who think the series all ready had a perfect finale with Terminator 2: Judgement Day. You've got genre fans that just want more full-on Terminator mayhem. There are the folks excited to see Arnold Schwarzenegger return to his most iconic role. Then there are the people that saw the trailer and wrote Alan Taylor's film as a sloppy rehash.As usual, with these kinds of films, there is no solid consensus.

First TERMINATOR: GENISYS Teaser Trailer Sneak Peek Tomorrow will see the first trailer debut for Terminator Genisys, as previously reported, but a brief tease has been released offering the first footage from the Alan Taylor-directed sequel. With the tagline, "He Is Back," featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800, the teaser is embedded below! 

James Cameron Talks 'Terminator: Genesis'

5:48 PM 6/2/2014 by Jeff Giles
Even though James Cameron hasn't been directly involved with the Terminator franchise for years, he'll always be asked for his thoughts on whatever sequel, reboot, or spinoff happens to be glurging its way up the studio pipeline at any given moment -- a list of properties that currently includes the upcoming Terminator:

Doctor Who Star Matt Smith Joins 'Terminator: Genesis'

11:54 AM 5/2/2014 by Binh Ngo
Matt Smith
Matt Smith, who plays Doctor Who in the eponymous TV series, has been added to the cast of Terminator: Genesis. Smith and body builder Aaron Williamson, who is rumored to play a younger T-800, are the latest to join the production, which is currently filming. According to the press release, Smith will play a new character who has "a strong connection to John Connor." Deadline hears that Smith's role will be more prominent in the second and third movie.

'Terminator: Genesis' Begins Production; Title Change Coming?

4:55 PM 4/23/2014 by Binh Ngo
Terminator: Genesis
Terminator: Genesis has officially begun principal photography in New Orleans, but when the movie finally makes its way to theaters on July 1, 2015, it may have a different title. As /Film points out, the movie is referred to "the Terminator reboot" in the press release and not by its former working title, so either the movie is simply taking on the original's title or it's going to be called something else.‎

‘Terminator: Genesis’ Begins Production; First Set Images Emerge – One of the most interesting things about the Terminator franchise is that it has, to date, generally revolved around characters attempting to reboot their own future. Now the filmmakers on the sci-fi series are joining the fun, by rebooting the series’ continuity with the upcoming installment, tentatively known as Terminator: 8 years 11 weeks ago via brucelee

Terminator: Genesis Is Now Filming – Skydance Productions have announced the beginning of production on Alan Taylor’s reboot/sequel Terminator: Genesis, by posting the above slate to their Facebook. It works as a tease for fans as well as a nod to the Slates for Sarah campaign, which is still leaving ongoing love and support for Sarah Jones, the crew member who died on the set of Midnight Rider in February.

8 years 11 weeks ago via brucelee

'Terminator: Genesis' Adds Byung-hun Lee, Michael Gladis, and Sandrine Holt

11:25 AM 4/1/2014 by Binh Ngo
Byung-hun Lee
South Korean actor Byung-hun Lee, and Mad Men's Michael Gladis and Sandrine Holt are the latest to board Terminator: Genesis. The movie is shooting this month in New Orleans. Lee is best known in the States as Storm Shadow in the G.I. Joe movies, and his role in Genesis is under wraps, but people are already speculating that he may play the Terminator sent out by Skynet to stop our heroes.

Dayo Okeniyi Joins 'Terminator: Genesis'; 2nd & 3rd Movie Filming Back-to-Back

8:50 PM 3/28/2014 by Binh Ngo
The Hunger Games' Dayo Okeniyi has landed the final major role in Terminator: Genesis, Deadline has learned. He beats out John Boyega and will play Miles Dyson's son, Danny. Okeniyi will join a cast that includes Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, and Jai Courtney.
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