Terminator Genisys, directed by Alan Taylor, produced by Dana Goldberg and David Ellison, and starring Emilia Clarke and Jai Courtney, features symbolism, murderous machines, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The departure of the 15-time Emmy winner, who played Maria as well as working as a screenwriter, marks the end of an era.
The Terminator franchise kept itself going without Arnold Schwarzenegger during his politics-enforced acting hiatus, but it really wasn't the same without our trusty old T-800 dispensing shotgun blasts and one-liners like only he can, so it was with great anticipation that fans of the series greeted the news that (ahem) he'd be back for the latest installment, Terminator Genisys. To celebrate its imminent arrival, we decided to take a fond look back at some of the brightest critical highlights from a career that includes plenty of blockbusters -- and a few surprises. It's time for Total Recall!
Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Donald Glover, Stephen tWitch Boss, Joe Manganiello, Jada Pinkett Smith, Amber Heard, Andie MacDowell, Kevin Nash, and Adam Rodriguez all came out for Magic Mike XXL interviews. But nothing could have prepared them for this.
He may also direct.
It's being billed as a "reimagining" of the hit film.
Scheduling conflicts are blamed for the dual departures.
Lionsgate and Hasbro are teaming on the production, which has tapped "Truman Show" screenwriter Andrew Nicol to work on the script.
The network has pulled the plug after one season.
Garry Marshall Wants Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Jason Sudeikis for Mother's Day
Marshall's next ensemble comedy could have quite the cast.
This week on streaming video, we've got an acclaimed indie horror film, a lighthearted sequel, and a transgender family drama available for purchase. On subscriptions services Netflix and Fandor, we've got a few recent films and a couple of classics. Read on for the full list.
Looks like this one might not have a colon either.
This week, we've got two misfires -- a Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy and a Sean Penn action thriller -- and two Certified Fresh films -- Noah Baumbach's latest wry comedy and a warm drama starring Al Pacino. Then, we've also got a handful of notable smaller releases, as well as a couple of choice selections from the Criterion Collection. Read on for the full list.
To give Scream new life, it was developed as a TV show instead of a Scream 5. Having seen the pilot episode of the series when it premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival, we now know how Scream can work on television. Here's what you can expect when you watch Scream this summer on MTV.
Think it'll still get made?
It makes sense.
"I would keep it very real. And I don't know if it's good for that show."
It's described as a "rich multiyear overall" package.
Kevin Feige spills a few beans about where Stephen Strange fits into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and what's in store for viewers during his solo big-screen debut.
For the third straight week, the dinosaur juggernaut Jurassic World held the number one spot at the North American and global box office breaking records and speeding to new industry milestones. Domestically, the Universal overachiever grossed an estimated $54.2M this weekend dropping 49% boosting the cume to an eye-popping $500.1M.