CinemaCon 2018 was a big scale entertainment event where Studios showcased their upcoming new movies to create hype among audiences. Paramount Pictures was also in attendance for a presentation at the convention where it unveiled the upcoming Terminator reboot film’s official logo.
The new logo appears to be an updated version of the logo that was used for the first film of the franchise, 1984’s The Terminator. You can check out the logo in the picture below.
The next Terminator will see Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton reprising their roles of T-800 and Sarah Connor respectively. It recently came to light that Mackenzie Davis will also be joining the star cast of the film. Although details about the reboot movie’s storyline and plot are scarce at the moment, it is rumored that the film will center on a battle between man and machine.
The reboot is being directed by Deadpool fame director Tim Miller. Acclaimed filmmaker James Cameron is also associated with the film, but this time he will be donning the producer’s hat under Skydance Media.
During a recent interview with Collider, Cameron revealed that while the film is a reboot of the long-running series, it will be more “nuanced.” He went on to explain how the reboot will be different from the original.
“We’re developing a new Terminator film,” Cameron said. “And the Terminator films are all about artificial intelligence. But I would say we’re looking at it differently than when I wrote the first story in 1982. That was just your classic ‘technology bad, smart computers bad’ kind of thing. Nowadays though — it’s got to be a much more nuanced perspective. So, it’s ‘smart computers bad… BUT…’ That’s the new motif.”
Paramount Pictures has reportedly delayed the Terminator reboot’s release date to Nov. 22, 2019. The film was previously scheduled to release on July 26, 2019. It is set to begin production this summer.
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