The 'Terminator' reboot is beginning to shape up adding 27-year-old Diego Boneta to it's cast in what's though to be a key roll. He'll be joining Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, the original stars of the franchise, who'll reprise their roles as the titular character and Sarah Connor respectively.
So, what do we know about the upcoming Terminator reboot?
Way back in early 1980s, James Cameron sold the rights for Terminator movie for only one dollar! In the return, he was allowed full creative freedom while working on Terminator (1984). The success of the first movie, allowed Cameron to make a sequel - Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1992).
Other movies based on the Terminator story (and TV series) are not worth mentioning, and we hope that James Cameron knows what is he doing now, as he will regain his rights to Terminator in 2019.
He will produce and write the forthcoming Terminator reboot, that will, hopefully, become a whole new franchise.
The assigned director is Tim Miller, who has worked on Deadpool (2016).
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton will reprise their roles in the upcoming reboot, and they will be joined with young acting force: Mackenzie Davis and Diego Boneta.
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