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Terminator 6 wraps filming & lands (possible) new title

UPDATE: The next Terminator is still unnamed and Phoenix was the moniker used during production as they tend to do, and is not the title. Hence for now lets call it: Untitled Terminator Project.

Like everyone else out there on the planet Earth, I'm really looking forward to checking out producer James Cameron and director Tim Miller's upcoming TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY direct sequel starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. And today it looks like we have word that the movie has wrapped filming! Not only that, but our buddies over at The Terminator Fans are also throwing out the theory that the new film has snagged its official title, which is... drum-roll, please... TERMINATOR 6: PHEONIX.

The word that the new movie wrapped filming comes to us via actress Fruzsina Cseh, who posted a picture (see above) at the wrap party with Sarah Connor herself. In her post, which you can check out below (before it's taken down or something), Fruzsina refers to the new movie as TERMINATOR 6: PHOENIX and actor Enrique Arce has said the same, stating the following back in June:

I have an agent in London. I did a first test and then the second one. They liked me and they called me to work in Terminator 6: Phoenix.

Hurm... While I get that calling this Cameron-lead reboot PHOENIX is poetically fittingly and all that jazz, I don't know about this. I mean, I guess I could see it being called TERMINATOR: PHOENIX, but TERMINATOR 6: PHOENIX seems to go widely against what the title is suggesting anyhow. Urgh, my brain already kinda hurts. Let's just wait and see, huh? After all, I really liked (what I thought was the official title) TERMINATOR. It's clean and simple. But TERMINATOR 666: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO is good too, I guess.

TERMINATOR 6 is directed by Tim Miller (DEADPOOL) from a screenplay written by David S. Goyer, based on a story conceived by Miller, Cameron and David Ellison. Cameron and Ellison serve as the sequel's producers alongside Dana Goldberg. The film will star Schwarzenegger and Hamilton, along with Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna, Natalia Reyes, and Diego Boneta. The film previously had release dates of July 26, November 15, and November 22, 2019, but now the untitled TERMINATOR film is scheduled to be released on November 1, 2019. For real this time. No, really.

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