"A lot of it seems like prognostication because it's coming to be — the world we live in right now."Still, it will be fascinating to see how the new movie(s) work with an aging cast.
The most recent film in the franchise, Terminator: Genisys, used CGI-created Schwarzenegger as a much younger killer robot.
"Two horrible things happened in the late nineties: my father was kidnapped and I worked with the Weinsteins," said del Toro. So I got excited about the idea of finding a story that made sense for now."Miller agrees."The [first] films are more relevant today than they were when he made them," he said during the interview.Thirty-three years later, all three of them are back for more in a sequel that Cameron has said will take place directly after Terminator 2: Judgement Day, skipping all the sequels that have come out since then.The untitled sequel, with Deadpool's Tim Miller as director, is part of a planned trilogy and a July 26th, 2019 release.