One of movie's original badasses is returning to the brand she helped make famous! See below for more information on Linda Hamilton returning to the Terminator franchise!
Even though it appears the world is engulfed in soccer-mania (futball as it’s known to our neighbors south of the border), the rest of the world still moves on. As is the case in Barcelona where this year’s CineEurope Trade Show is taking place.
We've known for a while that 2015 is set to be an epic year for movies, with several highly anticipated movies, and franchise reboots on the way. The great news right now, however, is that all of those films we're looking forward to are finally going into production. One of which, just started up yesterday, in Alan Taylor's Terminator: Genesis.
There have been a few rumors circulating about the future of the Terminator franchise, but so far, not much in the way of official information. While Skydance Productions picked up the rights to the franchise a while ago, the fate of the franchise still seemed in limbo. Not so anymore! Paramount has announced they're working with Skydance to reboot the Terminator series with a brand new trilogy of films, even going so far as to announce a release date for the first. Come inside to check it out.
Something I've heard people ask is why the Terminator movies haven't been released in a box set all together. The answer used to be simple: they were owned by separate studios. No longer will I have to throw that disappointing answer out at disgruntled fans. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has taken possession of and released the 5-Disc collection The Terminator Anthology on Blu-ray.