Nolte: Hollywood Reboots ‘The Terminator’ … for the Third Freakin’ Time

From what I am able to glean from the various reports, the news is this: James Cameron, who exited the franchise after dropping the mic with 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, is back. Not as director, as a producer who will oversee a writers room charged with dreaming up a brand new Terminator trilogy.


‘I’ll Be Back’: A Look Back at 30 Years Of ‘The Terminator’

Into the theatrical dumping ground of October in 1984 went a sci-fi/action film written and directed by the talent behind “Piranha Part Two: The Spawning,” and starring the body builder/Conan guy who strained to speak English.  On 1,005 screens, “The

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Schwarzenegger Launches ‘Terminator Genisys’ at Camp Pendleton

Action star turned California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is “back” as the famed Terminator ,and Sunday brought hundreds of Camp Pendleton Marines and their families the first U.S. screening of his new potential blockbuster, Terminator Genisys.     The “Governator” got

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Elon Musk vs. the Google Terminators: The Perils of Artificial Intelligence

Tech magnate Elon Musk is part of a group of science and technology celebrities—which includes Microsoft’s Bill Gates and physicist Stephen Hawking—who believe the impending development of artificial intelligence poses a threat to human society and perhaps even human survival.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants to Terminate Religious Freedom

If Arnold Schwarzenegger could travel back in time, as he did in the Terminator movies, and stop himself from vetoing gay marriage in 2005 and 2007, then perhaps he could have saved his political career from its later, near-complete devastation. However, the Silicon Valley techies haven’t yet invented a time machine. So Schwarzenegger must content himself with an op-ed in the pages of the Washington Post, lecturing fellow Republicans about the evils of Indiana’s religious freedom law.

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