We have yet another delay for a big production today. According to Deadline, the Terminator reboot has been moved from July 26th, 2019 to November 22nd, 2019. Paramount did not give a specific reason as why they decided to move the production, but there hasn’t been much in the way of casting just yet.
At SXSW, Schwarzenegger who is reprising his role as the star cyborg, mentioned production is starting up this summer in Spain for Terminator. He also joked that Donald Trump has a cameo in the movie: “The T800 travels back to 2019 to get Trump out of prison!”
The new reboot is going to be directed by Tim Miller, James Cameron, David Ellison and Dana Goldberg are producing and Screenwriters are David S. Goyer, Josh Friedman, Billy Ray and Justin Rhodes. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lina Hamilton are set to return and Mackenzie Davis is rumored to join the cast.
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