With James Cameron attached to this...T6 might be good, T1 and 2 were the best ones obviously and since he left it's been pretty bad. I liked Deadpool, so Tim Miller being part of it as well is okay with me. Be really cool if T6 is R rated but I doubt it.
After the lackluster of Genisys, I'm glad they're not doing a follow-up to that.
Also glad Arnold is out, he's the iconic Terminator and will always be, but he's beyond the role, time for someone else.
But having said that, not sure how they're going to proceed with a reboot, another recap of the first film? Not sure I want that and Terminator is my fav of the series. A film set in the future where machines rule most of the planet? We had that in Salvation.
Count me in on whatever they do to salvage the franchise. I think Genisys had a lot of flaws (Weak leads, massive continuity issues) , but as a film I still enjoyed it. With Cameron back to helm again whatever they've got planned will be way above the last few films.
__________________ "Though flesh may fade and mountains may crumble, the lessons of the Jedi never grow old"-Obi Wan Kenobi
On one hand I do admire James Cameron for obvious talent on a technical level and he's great at directing action (the action in Avatar is exquisite). And more importantly I appreciate that he sees film as a very visual medium. His films are visually incredible and Avatar is definitely that, but it's at the expense of a decent story. Avatar is literally a piece of propaganda. It's propaganda that I agree with to a large extent, but it's still propaganda and should be presented in a more nuanced and interesting way.
But guys, I doubt he's going to direct another Terminator film. I can see him producing and maybe even some writing, but I doubt he'd ever direct it.