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The "Terminator" director dissatisfied - does not believe in more sequels in the same piece

Tim Miller, who directed "Terminator: Dark Fate," has opened up about the film's flop and is speaking out about the future of the franchise.


One of the guests at this weekend's Comic-Con in San Diego was Tim Miller, the director behind the first "Deadpool" and the producer behind "Love, Death & Robots". In a panel discussion, Miller opened up about his work behind "Terminator: Dark Fate," which he directed, and says that trying to bring the franchise to life was a mistake. Just like with "Terminator 3", Terminator Salvation" and "Terminator Genisys", the new film did not meet expectations and intended sequels were scrapped.

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Tim Miller speaks about the future of "Terminator" and the director is candid about his effort and what he thinks about the upcoming films:
 
- "Terminator" is an interesting film to explore, but maybe we did it too much. I went into it with a rock-solid geek belief that if I made a good film that I wanted to see, it would do well [financially]. And I had wrong. It was one of those damn eureka moments in a bad way, because the movie flopped.
 
- I think if you make a "Terminator" movie with a lower budget, a good director and movie star can make it awesome. It can be done with sock puppets and it can be amazing. I would like to make a computer-animated “Terminator”.
 
After "T2: Judgment Day" they have tried to make a worthy sequel four times. All times have failed, and with the latest attempt - “Terminator: Dark Fate”, even James Cameron was on board, trying to bring the series he once created to life.
 
Instead of more movies in the series, Netflix is ​​currently working on a "Terminator" anime instead. Perhaps this is a better approach than making yet another high-budget film that doesn't deliver, with an aging Arnold Schwarzenegger who has to be rejuvenated time and time again with CGI.
 
Is the "Terminator" franchise dead, or should more movies be made?

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Christian Bale did not know what he had agreed to as a Marvel villain

It might be difficult to find your way around all the superhero movies that Marvel has enriched the world with over the past many years. Fans of the movies probably know at least that the abbreviation MCU stands for Marvel Cinematic Universe, ie Marvel's cinematic universe.

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In a little while, Thor 4: Love and Thunder will have a cinema premiere with none other than Christian Bale in a particularly vicious role as the villain Gorr the God Butcher.

It just so happens that Bale had no idea what MCU was when he accepted the role. He did not even know that for that matter he had entered a cinematic universe.


The actor has left his Batman role in the DC universe, while it now applies to MCU. In an interview with Total Film, Bale says that he certainly did not hesitate to take on another role in superhero land after Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy:

- I did not stumble over it at all […] I read a lot about it, and people said 'oh, look there! He's gone into MCU! ', Bale elaborates on his reaction to the switch from DC to MCU:

- 'I did what? I have not gone into anything '[I have not entered shit, ed.], Says Bale and continues: I felt like,' MCU? ', I had to ask what it was.

Has it not gradually dawned on the 48-year-old actor what he has said yes to? If nothing else, he knows well what he has been inspired by for the role of Gorr.

Here Bale mentions i.a. the vampire Nosferatu, while also being skeletoned for the disturbing music video ‘Come To Daddy’ by Aphex Twin. It seems that we have something extremely scary in store.

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'Thor 4: Love and Thunder' premieres in theaters on July 6.

 

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Frank Marshall: 'Indiana Jones 5' will be worth the wait!

Frank Marshall has promised fans 'Indiana Jones 5' will be worth the wait.

Harrison Ford returns once again in the role of the adventurer in the upcoming movie and Marshall who is producing the movie has now promised viewers that they will not be disappointed with the upcoming action movie.

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The 75-year-old producer told A.frame: "It's a great story, it's a great character and I think you're going to be very happy with this Jones' film." The new project sees James Mangold as Steven Spielberg's successor as director, and Marshall also explained that it's his job to ensure the filmmaker's vision translates to the big screen. Frank added, "It's really down to the creative forces behind this film, so I'll leave that to Jim Mangold. As a producer, I always see my role on these films as supporting the director's vision." Marshall has previously served as a producer on each of the 'Indiana Jones' films and was excited at the chance to return to the franchise for the new flick, due out next summer. "It's like coming back home. It's relaxed and fun and very comfortable. Like a home cooked meal," gushed the celebrity.

 

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Elizabeth Olsen hasn't seen 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' yet

Elizabeth Olsen explained that she still hasn't seen 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' because she had a cold at the time of the film's premiere.

The 33-year-old actress plays the Scarlet Witch in the Marvel movie but has now admitted she still hasn't actually seen her own movie.

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During an appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', the actress revealed: "I'm not one of those [actors who don't watch their own movies]. I'm one of those guys who likes to study stuff like that. I feel good about it thinking about how I could do better, but I had a cold when we premiered and I didn't want to go through it like this, so I asked them to send me a copy so I could look at it, and it said so my name on it the whole time and all the time and I was looking at it like that and I didn't want to see it like that."

Elizabeth stars in the Sam Raimi-directed film alongside stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel McAdams and recently insisted she "don't" know what her future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe would hold.

 

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"Doctor Strange 2": Streaming start on Disney + this month - all information about the home cinema premiereAnne Nauditt

Anyone who cannot or does not want to experience the latest Marvel blockbuster in the cinema is probably already eagerly awaiting the start of streaming on Disney+. You can find out when the time has come and all information about DVD and Blu-ray sales here.

Good things take time and in the case of Doctor Strange, fans had to wait almost six years to enjoy the sequel. But the wait seems to be paying off: initial reactions to “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” are extremely positive. Still, the ongoing pandemic continues to warn moviegoers and may discourage those interested from catching the Marvel spectacle on the big screen. But the home cinema premiere is already within reach.

"Doctor Strange 2": streaming start at Disney +
Based on the Disney+ releases of past Marvel blockbusters, we assumed that Doctor Strange 2 would also be available on Disney's in-house streaming service around 70 to 90 days after its theatrical release. We now know that it is even a little earlier. As the streaming service recently announced, "Doctor Strange 2" will start on June 22, 2022 on Disney+.

Doctor Strange 2 Home Theater Release on DVD and Blu-ray
The haptic home cinema premiere is usually scheduled a little later, so "Doctor Strange 2" awaits us on DVD and Blu-ray from July 28, 2022. You can pre-order now, for example from online retailers such as Amazon or other common platforms and electronics stores.

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