The new Terminator sequel appears to be titled Terminator

The Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger James Cameron

TERMINATOR franchise creator James Cameron is collaborating with DEADPOOL director Tim Miller to develop a new entry in the series, and it was pretty certain from the start that the movie wasn't going to be called TERMINATOR 6 - especially since it will be ignoring every sequel beyond Cameron's own TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY. The more likely alternative would have been to attach a subtitle, like TERMINATOR: SALVATION and TERMINATOR: GENISYS did.

Judging by banners seen at the CinemaCon event in Las Vegas last week, they're not going with the subtitle approach for this one, either. On these banners, the title was simply TERMINATOR.

So apparently the title of this one will be setting itself apart from the title of the first movie in the series, 1984's THE TERMINATOR, with the lack of a "THE". Something like this would have seemed very strange a couple decades ago, but we're used to oddball titles these days. Just look at RAMBO following RAMBO III, or the titles of the films in the FAST & FURIOUS series.

TERMINATOR is set to star returning franchise leads Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton alongside newcomers Natalia Reyes (as heroine Dani), Gabriel Luna (as a Terminator), Diego Boneta (as Dani's brother), and Mackenzie Davis (as a soldier-assassin from the future).

Miller will be directing the film from a screenplay that was written by David S. Goyer and Billy Ray. It's scheduled to be released on November 22, 2019.

Production is expected to begin next month.

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