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James Cameron Plots Return To Terminator Franchise

Rights to the original Terminator film revert to him in 2019, and the director wants to work with ‘Deadpool’s’ Tim Miller to make something happen.

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t’s been an awful long time since James Cameron has been involved with the Terminator franchise. And it certainly shows.

But there’s good news: He’s back. Or as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character said in 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day … OK, you don’t need us to keep repeating that line.

Anyway, Cameron is set to pick up the rights to Terminator in 2019, a franchise he created with The Terminator in 1984. That film earned $78 million worldwide, or $182.2 million today. Judgment Day blew the lid off all of it with $513.8 million, or $908.3 million today.

But the box office hasn’t been kind to the Terminator franchise since. The global haul for 2003’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines works out to $566.2 million today, while Terminator: Salvation in 2009 picked up an equivalent of $411.2 million today.

And let’s not talk about Terminator: Genisys. Oh, we have to? OK. That film finished along the lines of Salvation with about $440.2 million in 2015.

Cameron, however, hasn’t been involved since 1991. And now that the copyright is set to revert at the 35-year mark to him, he wants to be involved. At least one more time … and he’s bringing in Deadpool director Tim Miller to help, according to Deadline.

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