New 'Terminator' to reunite Schwarzenegger and Cameron
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A new terminator movie will unite Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron.
Who needs to make original movies anymore?
The real money is in sequel.
Talking to screen, Arnold Schwarzenegger says he will be in the next terminator movie.
He also said he met with James Cameron and that Cameron had some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise.
There'd been a total of five Terminator movies.
James Cameron directed the first two, the really good ones.
Unfortunately, Schwarzenegger made no mention of a timeline as to when a new Terminator movie would start production, nor when it would be released.
But wait, Arnold was not done talking about movies.
He says that a sequel to twins could be ready to shoot this year.
The sequel would be called triplets.
The film would bring back Schwarzenegger, along with Danny Devito, and Ivan Reitman, who directed Twins.
New for Triplets would be Eddie Murphy.
The move Triplets has been rumored since 2012.
And if you're wondering what the plot of the movie could possibly be, Murphy would play the sibling of Julius and Vincent Benedict, the twins.
And finally, in a trifecta of Arnold movie news, He says a potential Conan reboot is being rewritten.
For more information, check out CNET.
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