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A few days ago a report had surfaced suggesting that Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions had placed the previously announced Terminator sequels were put on hold Indefinitely, but it seems like that’s not the case anymore. At The Wrap’s 6th annual Media Leadership Conference TheGrill, Skydance’s Media Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg responded to the rumors and news, “I wouldn’t say on hold, so much as re-adjusting. At Skydance, when we talk movies, we talk universes, even more than franchises… so the idea of a ‘Terminator’ TV show fits into that universe. All the steps have to be taken in unison.”

While the film only made $89 million nationwide, it did break around $440 million worldwide, Goldberg had this to say about the box office results:

“We’re ultimately happy with overall worldwide numbers. Do I wish we would have done better domestically? Absolutely… Happily, we live in the world where the domestic number had a level of importance 10 or 15 years ago — I’m not saying it’s not important, it is — but we have to play to a worldwide market… In terms of ‘Terminator,’ the worldwide market paid attention, but we’re not taking the domestic number lightly.”

So what does that mean about the sequels? Well apparently they are still coming our way. “We are not going to begin production at the beginning of next year, because again, it would be silly to not have to worry about what audiences have to say.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:Comicbookmovie.com