Confirmed comeback of Arnold Schwarzenegger gives rise to occasions for curious speculation. According to the publication Deadline, Universal's is eyeing to the "Terminator" with the intent to remove the fifth part of the franchise, the director of which may be the author of three "Fast Five" Justin Lin.
If everything goes well, the script for the film will write creative partner of director - Chris Morgan.
Now the rights to the saga are in the possession of the Pacificor fund, located in Santa Monica and pays for the franchise 29.5 million dollars.
It is this fund was one of the catalysts for bankruptcy of Halcyon, who has gotten hold a license for the "Terminator" from its former owners Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna. The financial fiasco of the firm has stalled the process of creating a fifth series of the Terminator movies, once it had planned to shoot the author of the fourth film franchise McG.
Whole saga of the "Terminator" has four movies and a television series - "The Sarah Connor Chronicles." The first picture has been taken by James Cameron and collected in world box office about 80 million dollars with a budget of six million. Triumphant sequel has shown results in half dollars with a budget of one hundred. Commercial results of the third part (by Jonathan Mostow) have collected more than 400 million of fees for two hundred of the budget. The fourth movie in McG's authorship seem not so welcome cash up - $ 370 million with 200-million budget.