new film but without Arnold Schwarzenegger and focused on AI, here is the idea of ​​James Cameron

terminators is one of those franchises that over the years has carved out a special place in the hearts of all science fiction fans. The last appointment with Skynet and its killing machines was in 2019 with Terminator – Dark Fate. The sixth film in the saga stands as a direct sequel to the second chapter which, we recall, was produced and directed by James Cameron. Just in the last few days the director of the acclaimed Avatar: The Water Way has returned to talk about this long-lived saga. Cameron has revealed that, despite the work behind the world of Pandora, several discussions are currently underway to return the dystopian universe of Skynet, Sarah and John Connor to the cinema.

During a chat that took place with SmartLess Podcast, the director revealed some details of what the new Terminator could one day be. According to what has been declared, the new film would be detached from the previous ones focusing more on the AI ​​side rather than focusing solely on the robots gone berserk.

If I were to make a new Terminator movie, which is being discussed but not decided upon, I would make it more focused on the AI ​​side. I would talk about this aspect rather than just focusing on the bad and crazed robots.


After talking about this new film, Cameron spent a few words on what he thinks is the main problem of Terminator: Dark Fate.

From my point of view I think the movie could have survived with Arnold, but when you put Linda and Arnold into it and then, you know, she’s 60-something, he’s 70-something, suddenly it’s not your Terminator movie anymore, it’s not even your father’s Terminator movie, it’s your grandfather’s Terminator movie“.

Did you know instead that Nacon Studio Milan is working on an open world video game based on the Terminator? The game will be set after the events of “Judgment Day“. In the game the Resistance, led by John Connor, is not yet formed with the consequence that the war against the machines could take unexpected turns.

Source: SmartLess Podcasts