Omega Underground reports that Tim Miller’s Terminator film is scheduled to begin production in March 2018 in Europe.
With certain rights to the Terminator franchise reverting back to James Cameron, the filmmaker who helmed the first two installments of the franchise is looking to help guide a new trilogy of films with Deadpool director Tim Miller at the helm of the sixth Terminator entry. Now, Omega Underground has uncovered a new production listing for the project that confirms production will start in March with Budapest, Hungary, and Spain serving as shooting locations.
The listing also reveals that Prometheus production designer Sonja Klaus has boarded the project.
Plot details are currently under wraps, though James Cameron has teased that the sixth film will center on a new young heroine and disregards all entries in the franchise with the exception of the first two acclaimed films. Arnold Schwarzenegger will return and Linda Hamilton will reprise her iconic role as Sarah Connor.
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The sixth Terminator film is scheduled to be released in theaters on July 26, 2019
Source: Omega Underground
The 10 Movie Trailers With The Most Views In 24 Hours, Ranked
Not all trailers are created equal. Some give away too many plot points while some don’t reveal enough. Some only earn a couple thousand views in their lifetime, while others earn up to 197 million views in just 24 hours. At this point, trailers have become an art form in themselves as they sell the movie to audiences who have thousands of different entertainment projects competing for their attention. To win the public’s attention, studios often spend big money on marketing campaigns designed to draw as many eyes onto a franchise as possible.
Heroic Hollywood has gathered the ten trailers that generated the most views in their 24 hours and ranked them from worst to best. Just because a trailer is on the top ten doesn’t mean that it’s good (the same applies for the movies mentioned in this list), it just means it succeeded in capturing the attention of the world for a moment. In the dog-eat-dog world that is the entertainment industry, if you aren’t able to generate buzz around your product months before it’s even released, then you’re doing something wrong.
Hit Next to learn how we ranked the 10 trailers with the most views in their first 24 hours.