Since the second Terminator movie, which was titled Terminator 2: Judgement Day, the following Terminator films have been quite a big disappointment, failing to live up to the huge expectations that the first two Terminator films set. So, when it was announced that a new Terminator reboot movie was being made, while most fans were very excited by the news, they are also not going to get there hopes up too much.
The new Terminator movie is currently being titled Terminator: Genesis but, as has often been the case over the years, that title is still subject to change. Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger will return in a big role for Terminator: Genesis and he has admitted that the movie title could still change, while also admitting that the script for the film has a very similar feel to it as Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
Schwarzenegger told Collider, "I don’t know what the final title is going to be. With Sabotage, when I read the script, it was called Ten and now it’s called Sabotage. You never know. Today, studios switch titles because everything has been tested. They felt like people were confused with what Ten meant. They’ll throw out five titles, and then they’ll pick one. But Terminator is going to have the exact same feel. The way it reads, it has the same feel of Terminator 2. It’s big. There’s hardcore action and it has some really great visual effects in there, but not over the top. It’s not a Thor type of movie, even though it’s the same director. It has good special effects, but just enough to make you say, 'Wow, where did that come from? How did they do that.'"
As well as starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Terminator: Genesis cast will also feature Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, J.K. Simmons and Jai Courtney. Terminator: Genesis will be directed by Alan Taylor and has a release date set for June 26, 2015 in the UK and July 1, 2015 in the US.