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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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Selena Gomez turns 30: Five exciting facts about the US star

She is a singer, actress, voice actress and now also a successful entrepreneur: Selena Gomez celebrates her 30th birthday on July 22nd. Her career began with a role in the television series "Barney and Friends" when Gomez was ten years old. Disney then became aware of the actress, who was born in Texas in 1992, and made her a star through various series roles. Here are exciting facts about her film and music successes, her love life, her illness and her popularity with other stars.

Films, series, dubbing and music albums
Selena Gomez had her big break in 2007 with the role of the protagonist Alex Russo in the Disney Channel series "Wizards of Waverly Place". Other guest appearances in series such as "Hannah Montana", "Zack & Cody on Board" or "Sonny Munroe" soon followed, which ultimately helped her get her first film roles: In the Disney films "Another Cinderella Story" (2008), "Princessinnen Gomez starred in "Protection Program" (2009), "Suddenly Star" (2011) and "Spring Breakers" (2012) - and made a name for himself with teenagers around the world in the 2000s and 2010s.

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In 2016, the American was seen alongside Seth Rogen (40) and Zac Efron (34) in "Bad Neighbors 2" and in 2019 in the romantic comedy "A Rainy Day in New York" alongside Timothée Chalamet (26) and Elle Fanning (24). Most recently, Gomez also starred in the popular Disney+ series Only Murders in the Building alongside acting heavyweights Steve Martin (76) and Martin Short (72). The series is nominated for a total of 17 Emmys this year.

It seems almost impossible that the 30-year-old still has time to stand in the recording studio for all the film projects. But Gomez has been juggling acting and music for years. Her musical beginnings came in the mid-2000s with her band Selena Gomez & the Scene, with whom she released three albums. However, she was able to achieve greater success in the music industry as a solo artist: her three solo albums "Stars Dance" (2013), "Revival" (2015) and "Rare" (2020) all reached the top of the US charts and were Awarded multiple gold and platinum awards.

As if that wasn't enough, Gomez also regularly lent her voice to characters in animated films such as "Horton Hears a Who!", "Hotel Transylvania" or "The Fantastic Journey of Dr. Dolittle".

Own beauty empire?
A few years ago, Selena Gomez became an entrepreneur with Rare Beauty. The products of her own beauty brand, such as vegan lipsticks, foundation or eyeliner, are in demand all over the world. With her make-up line, Gomez wants to help people to gain more self-acceptance, which she has also had to learn over the years. "Being rare means being comfortable with yourself. I stopped trying to be perfect. I just want to be me," she is quoted as saying on the Rare Beauty website.

This is how she deals with her illness
Selena Gomez has struggled with health issues over the years. But she doesn't make a secret of it. In 2015, she publicly announced that she was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease lupus in 2013, which left her suffering from depression and panic attacks. In 2017, she also received a kidney donation from her friend, as she announced in an Instagram post. In 2020, Gomez also spoke about her bipolar disorder on the Instagram talk show Bright Minded.

How does she deal with it? Gomez abstains from social media. On "Good Morning America" ​​she revealed in April 2022 that she had not been on the Internet for more than four years. She has her channels taken care of, giving her more time for her mental health. "It's completely changed my life. I'm happier, I'm more present. I connect with people more. It makes me feel normal," Gomez gushed.

Proud permanent single
Liaisons with Nick Jonas (29), Justin Bieber (28) and The Weeknd (32) apparently didn't last forever for Selena Gomez. The singer has been proudly single for several years. But she has no problem with her relationship status, as she recently said in a TikTok video: "I'm totally fine with being single."

Stars love Selena Gomez
Instead, the musician seems to spend a lot of time with her friends, including numerous stars. Private snapshots with Taylor Swift (32), Chris Martin (45), DJ Snake (36), Olivia Wilde (38) and Cara Delevingne (29) can be found on her Instagram account.

Recently, Britney Spears (40) raved about Gomez on Instagram after the actress was a guest at her wedding to Sam Asghari (28): "You are such a special person." The photos make it clear that despite the hurdles and downsides of the public hubbub, Gomez appears to be at peace.

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Channing Tatum is standing in for Chris Evans

Channing Tatum replaces Chris Evans in 'Project Artemis'.

The 'Magic Mike' actor is set to star alongside Scarlett Johansson in Apple's upcoming sci-fi movie after Evans canceled the project due to scheduling conflicts with two of his other upcoming films, 'Pain Hustlers' and 'Big Red One', had to leave. Additionally, Greg Berlanti has been brought on board to direct after Jason Bateman's amicable departure last month due to creative differences.

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Jonathan Lia, who is producing the film through his company These Pictures, said in a statement: "We are delighted to welcome Greg Berlanti and Channing Tatum to Project Artemis. Greg's passion for characters and storytelling has fueled his decades-long career in in the film and television industry. We can't wait for him to lead our team on this journey. We've been big fans of Channing for a long time and are honored to finally have the opportunity to work with him."

The plot of the film, for which Apple paid more than 100 million dollars, is still being kept secret. So far, all that is known is that the project takes place in space in the 1960s.

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Ryan Reynolds sends video to superhero-obsessed teens after open-heart surgery

Ryan Reynolds has made a 13-year-old Newcastle superhero fan happy by sending him a video message as he recovers from open-heart surgery.

Seb Hollingsworth underwent surgery as a baby for a heart defect and recently went under the knife again to improve his heart function.

His parents, who have raised thousands of pounds for Freeman Hospital's children's cardiac unit, tweeted asking that the Marvel superhero actors contact Seb.

Deadpool actor Reynolds responded within 24 hours, sending the brave teenager a personal video message.

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In a video posted to Twitter, Seb's father Ivan hands him a cellphone so he can view the message from Reynolds.

"I know you've been through a lot mate. Sounds like you have tons of amazing people who are there for you and love you very much," said the Deadpool star.

He added: "I just want to send you my best wishes and love. I hope we meet in person sometime mate."

"Hang on, you're doing great and I'm so proud of you."

Ivan told ITV News that Reynold was the perfect star to respond to his message. He then shared a photo of Seb's room, which has posters of Reynolds as Deadpool and his 2021 film Free Guy.

It added: "It's hard to explain how he's doing because he's so exhausted but it really meant everything to him."

Reynolds even sent a video
"Ryan has since sent another video which I can't share but it certainly made him laugh."

"It's just so great that he took the time to do this and it's not just for show, it means a lot to us."

Reynolds first played Deadpool for X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009, but has since joined in the criticism on this critically panned rendition.

Deadpool's future uncertain
He returned in a more comic-accurate and snappy version of the character in the 2016 film Deadpool, as well as the 2018 sequel, which includes a post-credits scene in which he murders his own previous incarnation in that role.

Since Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, the character's future has been uncertain as her adult portrayal doesn't quite fit into the family-friendly Marvel Cinematic Universe.

However, Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, has confirmed that Deadpool 3 was scripted last year and could be the first age-restricted MCU film.

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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.

Thor 4: Love and Thunder Premier News Film

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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