A "TERMINATOR" film with a less budget, according to TIM MILLER, might be a huge hit.

Miller was the film's director for the film

A "TERMINATOR" film with a less budget, according to TIM MILLER, might be a huge hit.


San Diego Comic Con is a huge event for the entertainment industry, especially for directors, whose involvement in projects is frequently announced, hinted at, or otherwise revealed. However, occasionally, information on older projects can also surface. That was the case at Collider's "Directors on Directors" event in Hall H this year, which included Tim Miller in addition to John Wick and John Carter directors Andrew Stanton and Chad Stahelski and others who have worked on movies like Deadpool and Love, Death + Robots.




Miller, though, has another project on the go in addition to the Merc with a Mouth.the sci-fi series The Terminator, in which Arnold Schwarzenegger plays the titular robotic killer. In addition to Station Eleven's Mackenzie Davis and Natalia Reyes, as well as Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who reunited on screen for the first time in 23 years, Miller helmed the 2019 movie Terminator: Dark Fate. By ignoring the events of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator Salvation, and Terminator Genisys, the movie established a new canon for the Terminator franchise.



At the event, Miller was able to share some information with Collider's own Steve Weintraub about the franchise's future, saying that the Terminator universe would be an intriguing one to explore further. He made the speculative claim that a lower-budget Terminator film could potentially succeed with the proper cast and director.he had a ton of success and considered trying his hand at developing a computer-generated terminator movie.




One of the most well-known sci-fi series to come out of the 1980s is Terminator, and the Terminator himself competes with Marty McFly and Mad Max for the title of best science-fiction action hero of the time. The original movie spawned five sequels, including Dark Fate, as well as a number of web series, video games, TV shows, novels, and comics. The franchise has made over $3 billion in revenue as of 2010. The franchise's creative control first returned to James Cameron with Dark Fate, and it has remained in his hands ever since.



Miller himself didn't start directing until the 2016 film Deadpoolon several projects, including Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, served as both a creative supervisor and a director. He also created Love, Death + Robots, for which he wrote two episodes and directed two more, and executive produced both Sonic the Hedgehog movies. He received the Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Primetime Emmy Award for the series in 2019.

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