Like most, I thought Terminator: Genisys was awful. It was better than Terminator: Salvation. But still awful. The two leads were miscast and Arnie was there to re-ignite his film career after a long absence. However, I was still curious to see where the filmmakers would take the story, but after a very disappointing box office return, it doesn’t look like that’s gonna happen.
According to THR, Paramount have completely removed the Terminator sequel from the 2017 schedule. The movie was set to be released on May 19th, 2017, but has been replaced by the upcoming Baywatch movie.
Interestingly, the third movie is still slated for a 2018 release. But seeing as the rights revert back to James Cameron in 2019, it’s a safe bet this planned trilogy is now dead.
In which Martyn and Gerrod record the podcast for an audience of one, they discuss Birdman (spoiler-free), Star Wars:The force awakens and the normal amount of waffle.
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Fresh from making Pride and prejudice and zombies, former Doctor Who star Matt Smith has now been cast as the lead in another zombie movie called Patient Zero. Smith will star opposite Natalie Dormer.
Smith was the first Doctor to ever truly break America and has been busy since he left the show.
He is currently filming Terminator: Genisys and will appear in its two sequels alongside Emilia Clarke and Arnold Schwarzenegger.