‘Terminator 2’ Pulled From Paramount Pictures Schedule | Film News
Turns out he won’t be back, for Paramount Pictures have confirmed today that Terminator 2 has been dropped from their release schedule. Originally the sequel was set for release in 2017, but after the underwhelming performance of 2015’s Terminator: Genisys – the first edition in a new trilogy uniting the iconic Arnold Schwarzenegger with Emilia Clarke (Sarah Connor) and Jai Courtney (Kyle Reese), it’s clear the film studio felt the need to cancel the next two editions in the rebooted franchise.
Unfortunately, Genisys was widely criticised as being a disappointment and branded as “messy”; meaning the film only brought in $90 million (£64 million) at the US box office. With this in mind Paramount are keeping in high spirit, pinning their franchise hopes on Star Trek Beyond, Mission: Impossible VI and Transformers 5. This year will also see the release of the third installment of The Ring, J.J Abrams’ 10 Cloverfield Lane and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. Here’s hoping they’ll fill a Terminator shaped void.
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