He warned us, and we didn't listen, so now it looks like the oldest killing machine was right: he'll be back.
After the sequel to "Terminator: Genysis" was officially cancelled back in March, the future of the "Terminator" franchise was unclear, but now Arnold has confirmed there are plans in place.
"It is back", the actor stated, and went on to describe James Cameron's role in producing the sixth "Terminator" film. Cameron wrote and directed the first two films in the series, and has since decided to return for the future edition, in between the creation of *three* "Avatar" sequels.
"He has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise. I will be in the movie," he confirmed. Arnold then went on to say that a "Conan" reboot is also in the works before finally alluding to a project literally no one was asking for.
"The script will be finished in a month," Schwarzenegger is quoted as saying about the sequel to the 1986 comedy "Twins", "It's just around the corner" he threatened. The sequel, "Triplets" is said to see a reunion of both Schwarzenegger and his co-star Danny DeVito. The two apparently find out about their third triplet, Eddy Murphy.
It leaves us asking what's worse, the human civilisation being wiped out by Skynet or the sequel to "Twins" being unleashed on all of us?
Only time will tell.
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