James Cameron Reveals the New Terminator Movie’s Title


It’s called “Terminator: Dark Fate” — at least for now.

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It’s been a long time since the last worthwhile “Terminator” movie (28 years, to be precise) but hope springs eternal. Especially for James Cameron, who’s executive producing the latest installment of the sci-fi franchise he birthed more than 30 years ago — his first direct involvement with the series since he directed 1991’s “Terminator: Judgment Day.” In a Yahoo Entertainment interview on February 8, Cameron revealed a salient detail about the upcoming sequel: “We’re calling it ‘Terminator: Dark Fate,’” he said. “That’s our working title right now.”

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Tim Miller (“Deadpool”) is directing the film, which erases “Rise of the Machines,” “Salvation,” and “Genisys” from the timeline and serves as a direct sequel to “Judgment Day.” “Tim’s a very willful and opinionated director, and he’s got his own ideas for the film. I’m kind of like the Pips — he’s Gladys,” Cameron said of his collaborator.

As for the big picture, the filmmaker — who also produced the upcoming Robert Rodriguez film “Alita: Battle Angel” and is hard at work on four “Avatar” sequels” — explained, “I tend to be optimistic about people and our capacity to solve problems,” the director tells Yahoo Entertainment. “When I think of us as empathic beings, I think we’re going to get through this OK. When I see how people lose their empathy when they get into positions of power, then I lose that hope.”

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Speaking of titles, Cameron’s next four projects have them as well: “Avatar: The Way of Water,” “Avatar: The Seed Bearer,” “Avatar: The Tulkun Rider,” and “Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.” Still no word on exactly when those films will actually see the light of day, however.

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