Re: Future of the "Terminator" Franchise (Discussion, Rumors, Spoilers
Mr. Laser Beam wrote:
Well a reboot often involves abandoning all established canon and starting again with the basic concept, which is fine by me.
Isn't that what each new Terminator
entry does anyway? To wit:
- The first film was an absolutely closed loop.
- Then comes T2, which introduces ways to change the timeline (including several different outcomes).
- T3 and T:Salvation. Ditto. Is the date of Judgment Day consistent across ANY two films?
- Sarah Connor Chronicles, which IIRC exists in a time stream unique to itself and not part of any previous film. I can't remember if it actually is supposed to lead to Judgment Day or not.
No idea, but they ended up back in the future at the end. I'm looking at it as multiple routes to pretty much the same point.
I just don't want a full reboot / recast / remake. There is no need and it would more than likely be awful...
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