Title Revealed For Alan Taylor's TERMINATOR 5?

Production Weekly's latest issue contains production office details for the next Terminator movie, and while neither a director or title have been 100% officially confirmed as of yet, it appears as if Alan Taylor is indeed on board and it even has a title! Read on for details!

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By Josh Wilding - 12/7/2013
Production Weekly - which has proven itself to be a reliable source over the years - has sent out the following Tweet in regards to their latest issue, and it appears as if we have a title for Terminator 5! Alan Taylor's (Thor: The Dark World) involvement is already as good as confirmed, but this is the first we've heard about a name for the follow-up to Terminator: Salvation. It makes sense that they would avoid numbering, especially as we don't know exactly where this one will fit into the franchise chronologically, but don't be surprised if we hear something a little more official about Terminator: Genesis' title very soon now that this news is out. What do you think?




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MrCBM56 - 12/7/2013, 9:38 AM
Ummm, cool? Not all that excited about this, especially since it's supposedly a reboot.
Reasonnnn - 12/7/2013, 9:47 AM
Awww they didn't go with

Terminator Begins
The Rise of the Terminators

However, Terminator 3 was ahead of the game with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.
ALmight - 12/7/2013, 9:55 AM
Hopefully Tayler will have less studio interference than he did on his last job.
BackwardGalaxy - 12/7/2013, 9:56 AM
Bring it on.
Tony93 - 12/7/2013, 9:57 AM
poor terminator.. having to be recycled over and over again with new actors..

I was looking forward to continuing where Salvation left off, bring Arnold back but as a hiding wise old man like Obi Wan in New hope. Have Bale and Arnold fight the terminators..
BeerForever667 - 12/7/2013, 10:00 AM
No Cameron, no party.
DudeGuyMan - 12/7/2013, 10:01 AM
I have faith in this. If a good X-Men, Judge Dredd, and Fast and Furious movie can be made, then this film has some pretty good odds.
Nivekian - 12/7/2013, 10:09 AM
Why not Terminator: Online? Or Terminator: Reboot?
NateGrey - 12/7/2013, 10:14 AM
How about "Terminator: Redundancy"? Although, Alan Taylor did direct the crap outta Thor 2, so there's hope.

That funeral scene was tremendous.

ForeverPowerful - 12/7/2013, 10:20 AM
Terminator: Age of Machines
Tempo - 12/7/2013, 10:20 AM
I'm not interest if it isn't a direct sequel with Christian Bale,another reboot? no thanks.
ChrispyG - 12/7/2013, 10:25 AM
This is VERY likely to follow the same path as Star Trek 09. It will fall into that weird category of a reboot that is also in ways a sequel. I mean, whenever time-travel has a hand in a franchise...that's a very easy 'in' to start fresh without saying 'forget everything that came before'

Also, Alan Taylor directing, with the potential of Arnold and Emilia Clarke being the leads? With rumors of Tom Hardy as well?

I would be VERY up for that.
WruceBayne - 12/7/2013, 10:26 AM
At least it doesn't have "rise" in the title like every other sequel that comes out.
Avatar 2: The Rise of Jake Sully
Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: We can't get out ratings to Rise
Gal Gadot Wonder Woman: The Rise in my Pants
SamHell - 12/7/2013, 10:29 AM
I like it
MeanDeanMachine - 12/7/2013, 10:38 AM
Reboot: alternate time-line of events??
SaxoWolf - 12/7/2013, 10:43 AM


jimoakley666 - 12/7/2013, 10:55 AM
Terminator: Generic.
TheSuperguy - 12/7/2013, 10:55 AM
Is this even a reboot? And I thought the title was just supposed to be "Terminator?" That was actually a cool title.
TheSuperguy - 12/7/2013, 10:56 AM
However, it could always be rebooted in the same way Star Trek was rebooted. That could be cool.
dutchman - 12/7/2013, 11:03 AM
Skynet:operation killing sarah connor

Or just Skynet
Inhuman - 12/7/2013, 11:29 AM
[frick]ing bullshit. Finish the established storyline before you reboot. Now we will never know how John Connor becomes the Leader and defeats the machines. T5 was supposed to finally show the climactic conclusion began in T1. [frick] you Alan Taylor
Nick56 - 12/7/2013, 11:31 AM
I have no idea how this will fit in with the existing timeline, if its a full on reboot, or some sort of alternate timeline

@TheSuperguy I feel this is a star trek type reboot as well. a sort of alternate timeline
AustinFan4Life - 12/7/2013, 11:38 AM
MrCBM56 - 12/7/2013, 9:38 AM

Ummm, cool? Not all that excited about this, especially since it's supposedly a reboot.
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It's both a sequel & reboot, a sequel to the Original Terminator film, before Cameron's T2: Judgement Day film & a reboot in the sense that it's starting the franchise over.
Asterisk - 12/7/2013, 11:54 AM
Genesis, huh?




jackmamma - 12/7/2013, 11:59 AM
i wish they would stop raping this franchise. all they have to do is show the story of kyle reese making it to the time machine to go back in time to complete the loop but they never seem to want to show that story.
Bread - 12/7/2013, 12:00 PM
@MAC- I thought Salvation was pretty good, I just didn't like how it was mainly focused on Sam Worthington's character.
Nubase - 12/7/2013, 12:07 PM
None of this would have happened if Arnie just carried on with the franchase back in the 90's and did not made those other crappy family movies, terminator 2 was insane and the follow up should have happenned straight away but arnie had other ideas, even cameron wanted to make the movie quickly.

From what l know the rights go back to cameron in 2018.
Lhornbk - 12/7/2013, 12:23 PM
How about "Terminator of Steel"? Lol
IIIAdamantiumIII - 12/7/2013, 12:38 PM
will they have Blast processing ?
TheCaptain - 12/7/2013, 12:44 PM
Who [frick]ing cares about this franchise anymore??? The only good films are T1 and T2. There's nothing else to be done with it.
DIrishB - 12/7/2013, 1:10 PM
This obviously confirms that the story will revolve around a Terminator being sent back in time about 6,000 years and attempting to wipe out Adam and Eve and cut humanity off at the source (at least according to religious folks). Course that means wiping out the eventual creation of Skynet, so... #religioussnark

;)
TheGambitFreakIsBatmanOfCBM - 12/7/2013, 1:11 PM
Guys, why the bitching? This is great!

Teminator has always been associated with the Bible and end of times. Judgement Day, etc. Terminator: Salvation was about finding hope in a time of desolation and ruin. Genesis is Greek for Origin, which makes sense. This is not a reboot, but merely a prequel I'm assuming. I can't wait!
Jebediah - 12/7/2013, 1:12 PM
Are you sure the title isn't Terminator: RISE OF THE GENESIS
frova - 12/7/2013, 2:11 PM
Terminator Begins: Rise of Machines: Age of Genesis
agentofchaos - 12/7/2013, 3:33 PM
I grew up watching these movies...I just don't really understand any of this shit. Its like x-men.. the timeline is going to get all [frick]ed up... that's my two cents..
MrNiklander - 12/7/2013, 4:46 PM
Souns biblical.Well bring on the cast and a trailer.
faver - 12/7/2013, 5:20 PM
Very original
xstryker - 12/7/2013, 5:38 PM
Terminator: Age of Darkness Rising
Brady1138 - 12/7/2013, 7:20 PM
Can we be just a little more generic?

Rise of the Terminator's Genesis from Darkness

There you go!
Ace101 - 12/7/2013, 7:24 PM
@NateGrey agreed. That scene was beautifully done.
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