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    Thread: Terminator 6 Release Date Pushed Back to November 2019

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      Terminator 6 Release Date Pushed Back to November 2019





      Since its debut in 1984, the Terminator franchise has become one of the most popular sci-fi series there is. Helping to kick off the mainstreaming of the cyber-punk aesthetic in the mid-80s, the franchise helped catapult Arnold Schwarzenegger to stardom, all while spawning five films and a short-lived TV show. Seven years after the first movie, T2: Judgement Day proved to be an even bigger hit. And while 2003’s Rise of the Machines wasn’t looked upon kindly, it still managed to do well at the box office.
      From there, however, Schwarzenegger went on to become Governor of California, but the franchise continued along. Salvation saw the series given a soft reboot, and even featured a CGI cameo from its former star. While it did alright at the box office, plans to move forward in the new world never manifested. From there, all eyes turned to 2015’s Genisys, which looked to recapture past glory by bringing back the franchise’s lead. Despite doing well at the box office, however, the dire critical reception put plans for Terminator 6on hold.
      New York Daily News is now reporting that its source has revealed to them that not only is Terminator 6 not moving forward, but Schwarzenegger has no plans of continuing with the franchise:


      It is over for ‘The Terminator’ and Arnold. The studio has taken the sequel off the production slate completely, meaning there is no preproduction or any plans for another sequel. The talent had been offered long term deals, but this is not happening.”





      While this news may not seem too shocking, word did break early this year that James Cameron is returning to the Terminator franchise for a reboot. He has since argued that a relevant Terminator film can still be made, making the possibility of Terminator 6 seem all the more likely. Long before the Cameron news, however, Paramount had already removed a Genisys sequel from its schedule. The next blow came when Emilie Clarke stated she was done playing Sarah Conner, and the movie went dark. Despite the Cameron project appearing to be a new film, it looks as if the failure of Genisys was too much for the franchise to overcome:
      “The Genisys movie was seen as a way of reviving (the franchise), but the critics were not happy and somehow the studio bosses fell out of love with making more, even though they made huge profits.”
      For fans of the franchise, this will come as two separate bits of bad news. While Schwarzenegger not returning to the franchise is a bummer, it can survive without him, as it gets harder to conceivably involve him the older he gets. Given the way franchises work, it was always a matter of time before things moved forward with a fresh cast. Still, Terminator 6 would have ostensibly been the third attempt at reworking the franchise, so it’s hardly surprising that it didn’t take off. For fans of the series, though, that means it could be a good, long while before the studio – or a different one – attempts another film with the Terminator name attached.


      Source: New York Daily News

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      Terminator Franchise Producer Teases Big Announcement This Year

      Following the under-performance of 2015’s Terminator: Genysis (which aimed to rejuvenate interest in the Terminator franchise), the future of the time-travelling series has been in doubt. There have been multiple reports since then suggestion the Terminator franchise is getting some ‘readjusting’, in order to move forward. So far, that means Emilia Clarke won’t be reprising Sarah Connor from Genisys and series lead Arnold Schwarzenegger may be done with the Terminator franchise too.
      With so much up in the air regarding the Terminator franchise’s future right now, there’s even been reason to wonder if the property is simply done for good, at this stage. Skydance producer David Ellison is attempting to put fans’ minds at ease by teasing that a concrete update on the state of all things Terminator, is right around the corner.
      In an interview with Collider, Ellison offered the following with respect to the Terminator franchise:
      “I will say we have resolved the future of the franchise and believe me its an incredibly bright future. I think where it’s going will be the continuation of what the fans really wanted since T2.
      “We have something this year that we will be announcing for the franchise. It’s something we’re incredibly excited about and we think is the direction it needs to head.”




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      Ellison’s comments are essentially a reiteration of statements following the release of Genysis that the franchise needs a course-correction. Still, the focus on continuation from the end-point of T2 is an exciting prospect, given recent reports that James Cameron is returning to the Terminator franchise to produce a potential Terminator reboot. Cameron has argued that a ‘relevant’ Terminator movie is still possible – and with the rights of the franchise returning to Cameron in 2019, Ellison’s comments could well mean that the filmmaker is prepared to pick up where he left off.


      Either way, with four Avatar sequels on his to-do list, Cameron won’t be serving as a director on any Terminator projects anytime soon. Early last year, Skydance Creative Officer Dana Goldberg alternatively suggested that the Terminator franchise could expand its field of view, opting in for a shared universe format that could include a return to TV. That prospect might not excite fans as much as the idea of Cameron retaking the reins of the beloved series, but it’s certainly something that promises to mix things up more than a direct followup to Genisys would have done.


      We’ll keep you updated with any Terminator news as it unfolds.
      Source: Collider

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      Arnold Schwarzenegger Says He’s Back For James Cameron-Produced Terminator 6




      It sounds like he’ll be back again: Arnold Schwarzenegger says he’s going to be returning for Terminator 6. The future of the Terminator franchise has been in flux since Terminator Genisys in 2015. The oddly-spelt fifth entry was intended to be the start of a new trilogy, but bombed hard at the domestic box office. Strong performance in China made Paramount think again about canning a sequel, although things were further complicated by the fact series creator James Cameron is set to reclaim the rights in 2019.
      The result has been a series of on-off reports of Terminator 6; it’s on hold, then it’s re-adjusting, now it’s possible, next it’s canceled. The latest word was incredibly positive, with it reported that Cameron was prepping to come back as series “godfather” to produce a reboot directed by Deadpool’s Tim Miller. Word has been quiet since then, but now we have a very promising update from the series’ star.
      Talking to Screen at Cannes, Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed that he’s met with Cameron to discuss the movie and will return in some form:
      “It is back. It is moving forward. He [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise. I will be in the movie.”











      Schwarzenegger had previously been attached to a Paramount-produced Genisys sequel and even after that was dropped from the schedule had been open about his desire to return elsewhere. However, this is the first time he’s linked himself to the proposed Cameron project. The Terminator confirmation wasn’t the only news he had; he also reaffirmed that his reboot of The Legend of Conan isn’t actually dead and that long-gestating Twins sequel could go into production this year.
      Producer David Ellison had previously promised that fans could expect a major announcement regarding Terminator in 2017, saying that the franchise’s new direction would be “the continuation of what the fans really wanted since T2“. Presumably this project, in whatever form, is what he’s referring to. Cameron hasn’t been coy about not really being a fan of what came after his first two films (despite endorsing Genisys) and so that definitely fits his focus.
      Of course, what exactly this Terminator 6 will look like or when it will arrive is presently unclear. The currently revealed plans are surely in anticipation of the rights expiring in two years time, so many things – including director and script – are open to change. Still, this is a very positive development for fans hoping that Terminator will continue and hopefully move past what has now been for many three disappointments in a row.
      Stay tuned to Screen Rant for all updates on Terminator‘s future.


      Source: Screen

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      Terminator 6: Tim Miller is Officially Directing




      Tim Miller is officially onboard to direct Terminator 6 with James Cameron producing. After multiple poor attempts to revitalize the franchise, the rights to Terminator are finally poised to revert back to Cameron come 2019. As a result, he has been working on a way to revitalize the franchise in a big way. However, as he has already lined up four additional Avatar films, he was looking for a partner in this endeavor.
      Once it was revealed that Cameron planned to reboot the franchise – one that is expected to wipe clean anything after T2: Judgement Day – Tim Miller’s name was instantly said to be in talks to direct. Yet, in the months since, there has been no word on whether or not the deal was closed.
      Thanks to a social media post from Skydance, shared by Skynet’s Army, it has finally been confirmed that Miller will indeed direct the next Terminator film. The confirmation comes courtesy of an invite to a special 3D screening of T2 that will feature a conversation with Cameron and Miller before the movie starts. Here is a brief description of what to expect:
      Join filmmakers James Cameron and Tim Miller on the Paramount Lot for an exclusive conservation with The Hollywood Reporter’s Matt Belloni about their collaboration on the upcoming Terminator.


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      Now that Tim Miller is officially announced to be directing, fans can start to get excited for what the director of Deadpool will do with a new franchise. Thanks to his visual arts background with Blur Studios – the company behind sequences in Avatar and doing trailers for Star Wars video games as well as the Batman: Akrham series – the possibilities of what he and Cameron will come up with sure are enticing.
      Since Miller has not previously been confirmed for the project, he has not tipped off where he plans to take the franchise next. Cameron on the other hand is full of ideas and already is planning to do a trilogy of new Terminator films, with Miller’s film being the first part. Cameron is also making sure that this will be relevant to modern audiences. But, the new direction of the franchise will not be without its familiar elements. Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he will be back as well, but where else the story will go is unknown.
      With Miller and Cameron slated to speak together publicly next week, it should not be long before we get a more clear idea of what they have in store. Lucky for them, the bar has not been set terribly high recently, but Cameron still has to live up to the glory of the first two films.
      Source: Skynet’s Army


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      Terminator 6: Linda Hamilton Returning as Sarah Connor





      Linda Hamilton, the original Sarah Connor, is reportedly returning for the upcoming Terminator sequel directed by Deadpool helmer Tim Miller. It will be Hamilton’s first turn as the heroic Connor since Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 1991.
      Hamilton originally portrayed the character in the franchise’s first installment, The Terminator, in 1984. Connor was a young waitress who found herself hunted by the titular killer robot from the future – portrayed by future Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger – as she was destined to give birth to a pivotal figure in the coming war between humanity and the machines. Hamilton reprised the role in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, a decidedly more battle-hardened version of Connor who found herself allied with a different version of Schwarzenegger’s muscle-bound robot in an effort to protect her young son from new threats from the future. That was Hamilton’s last turn in the role, though Sarah Connor has continued on, both in the TV series The Sarah Connor Chronicles, where she was played by Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey, and in the ill-fated big screen reboot attempt Terminator: Genisys, portrayed by yet another Game of Thrones veteran in Emilia Clarke.


      It appears that the next Terminator film will go back to the series’ roots. Per a report from THR, James Cameron – director of the first two Terminator films and producer on Miller’s upcoming installment – has said sHamilton will return as Sarah Connor, alongside Schwarzenegger in a story that will serve as a direct sequel to Judgment Day. Cameron also indicates the film will hopefully be the beginning of a trilogy, and that they are looking for a young actress to eventually take on the mantle of the franchise.


      This is tremendously good news for fans wondering if the Terminator franchise had anything left in the tank. After the middling Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, a more radical overhaul of the property was attempted with Terminator Salvation, which shifted the setting to the future war where an adult John Connor (Christian Bale) led the resistance against the machines. That approach – which largely omitted Schwarzenegger – proved unsuccessful, and Terminator: Genisys was framed as something of a back-to-basics take on the franchise, once again set in modern times and with Schwarzenegger at the forefront. However, that movie’s story was a convoluted mess, and it was met with both critical disdain and non-existent domestic box office, leaving many to wonder if it was time to simply retire the venerable sci-fi franchise.
      Both the involvement of Cameron and the return of Hamilton are the two biggest reasons to be excited about another Terminator installment in a long time, and might be the shot in the arm the franchise has needed for well over a decade.
      Source: THR


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      Terminator 6 Will Ignore Terminator: Genisys Entirely




      Terminator 6 will ignore Terminator: Genisys entirely, star Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed. While the first two Terminator movies – which were both written and directed by James Cameron – are almost sacred texts for sci-fi and action fans, later entries in the franchise left audiences cold.
      Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines has its fans, but has been criticized for recycling key elements of its predecessors and for having an over-the-top sense of humor. 2009’s Terminator: Salvation was sold as a return to form, but criticized fro its muddled storyline, plodding pace and Christian Bale feeling oddly miscast as John Connor. Terminator: Genisys was again billed as a fresh start and featured the return of Schwarzenegger, but aside from his performance nearly everything about the film was panned, and talk for a direct sequel quickly cooled after its release.
      With James Cameron returning to the series for the sixth movie it was assumed Terminator: Genisys would be ignored, and now Schwarzenegger has confirmed just that to The Terminator Fans. The star was at an event called An Experience With Arnold Schwarzenegger in the UK, where he revealed other details about Terminator 6 – which he confirmed won’t be the actual title.

      He confirmed that Linda Hamilton is currently training for her return as Sarah Connor, that Robert Patrick – who memorably portrayed the T-1000 in Judgment Day – won’t be involved, and that he’s due to receive the script very soon, which is based on a story by Cameron. He also said the film will begin shooting by March 2018.



      While Schwarzenegger only confirmed Genisys would be ignored, it seems likely that Rise of the Machines and Salvation will also be overlooked. The timeline and continuity of the series has gotten messy across the various sequels and its doubtful audiences will complain if Cameron wants to wipe the slate clean. The reunion of Cameron, Schwarzenegger and Hamilton is a big reason fans feel hopeful for another installment, with a feeling that it will be the true Terminator 3. That said, it’s worth noting Cameron spoke in favor of Genisys and even appeared in a video singing its praises before release.
      Still, there’s a certain comfort with knowing the creator of the series is returning to shepherd the project. While the storyline has yet to be revealed for Terminator 6, Cameron recently spoke in an interview about the themes the film will explore:
      “I mean, a lot of the things that were science fiction in Terminator are now around us. You know, from predator drones… and actual discussions on the ethics on having a robot have its own kill decision possibilities, things like that; it’s actually happening. So, ‘Okay, maybe there is room for a film that examines these themes.’ It just has to be retooled for an audiences’ expectations from now.”


      Since Cameron is currently busy filming Avatar 2, directing duties on Terminator 6 will instead fall to Tim Miller, with an estimated release date in 2019.
      Source: The Terminator Fans


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      Terminator 6 is a Judgement Day Sequel; Movies 3-5 Are An Alternate Timeline




      James Cameron confirms that Terminator 6 will serve as a direct sequel to his Terminator 2: Judgment Day, ignoring the events of the films that have been released in the years after. Cameron, who directed the first two Terminator films, has been absent from the franchise since 1991, but he is making a (hopefully) triumphant return for this latest entry in the role as producer while he works on his four Avatar sequels.
      Since first hitting our screens in 1984, audiences have rolled with the good, the bad, and the ugly of Terminator movies, with Cameron rescuing the franchise from the brink of extinction. With a timeline that is possibly about to get more complicated than the convoluted X-Men universe, Cameron has unveiled exactly where 2019’s “rebooted” Terminator 6 will sit in the world of Skynet and Schwarzenegger.
      Speaking in an interview with THR, the 63-year-old director confessed that he and co-director Tim Miller had decided to stick with what has worked in the past when it comes to mapping out the future of Terminator:

      “This is a continuation of the story from Terminator 1 and Terminator 2. And we’re pretending the other films were a bad dream. Or an alternate timeline, which is permissible in our multi-verse. This was really driven more by [Tim] than anybody, surprisingly, because I came in pretty agnostic about where we took it. The only thing I insisted on was that we somehow revamp it and reinvent it for the 21st century.”




      The idea to forget what didn’t fly for the series may be a godsend, while the old “alternate timeline” trick can be a helpful way to pave over some bad memories. It is no secret that the ongoing Terminator movies have been slipping in their popularity after Terminator 2: Judgment Day bowed out of cinemas in 1991, so why wouldn’t you go back before you go forward? Although 2003’s Rise of the Machines faired reasonably well in the critic’s stakes, audiences will also have undoubtedly noticed a dip in the quality of the films since Cameron’s departure. With Judgement Day still being the highest-grossing movie in the series – and netting an impressive $521 million – it isn’t surprising that Cameron is picking up where he left off.
      Similarly, you have to applaud the dynamic duo for trying to reinvent Terminator for the 21st Century without making it seem like a cheap cash in. Given that lead star Arnold Schwarzenegger is already 70, some fresh blood may help an already aging concept and introduce it to a whole new generation. Here’s hoping that with more Arnie, a returning Linda Hamilton, and Cameron all on board for another rumble with the robots, we are onto a winning formula for box office (and critical) success.


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      Source: THR

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      Terminator 6 Sets Summer 2019 Release Date






      Tim Miller’s Terminator 6 will hit theaters in summer of 2019. The Terminator franchise has obviously had its ups and downs over the years, with the last three installments – Jonathan Mostow’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, McG’s Terminator: Salvation, and Alan Taylor’s Terminator: Genisys – all failing to launch new trilogies. Paramount Pictures initially had two additional release dates set for Genisys‘ sequels, but the film’s critical and (domestic) commercial failure forced the studio to abandon those plans, which opened the door for franchise creator James Cameron to return.
      Cameron boarded Terminator 6 earlier this year as executive producer, with Deadpool director Tim Miller helming the upcoming sequel. And as far as casting goes, Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed his return as the iconic T-800 but with a twist: he will also be playing the human basis for the original terminator, thus allowing the sixth installment to provide some background information for the sci-fi character. To excite fans even more, original series start Linda Hamilton will be reprising her role as Sarah Connor after more than two decades away.


      Terminator 6 will reportedly enter production in early 2018, and THR reports that the film is set to arrive in theaters on July 26, 2019. That particular release date is currently open, but that means the untitled sequel will be going up against Jon Favreau’s The Lion King CGI remake during its second week. If Favreau’s The Jungle Book is any indicator, The Lion King will certainly have quite the impact at the global box office. Of course, both films cater to different audiences and the summer blockbuster season is always jam-packed.


      In addition to introducing audiences to the human basis for the T-800, Cameron has confirmed that Terminator 6 will completely ignore the last three franchise movies, thus making the new installment a direct sequel to the filmmaker’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which released in 1991. Moreover, that means the last three chapters will be labeled non-canon. Although it’s easy to ignore past sequels, it begs the question, where will Cameron take the franchise next?
      Regardless of what Cameron and Miller decide, the legendary filmmaker plans on reinventing the franchise with Terminator 6 and potentially using the sequel to spawn a new trilogy. Given the franchise’s track-record with spawning/completing trilogies, hopefully, Cameron has better luck than past filmmakers have had with the time-traveling sci-fi epic. The only thing that would make all this news better is if original series co-creator Gale Anne Hurd also joined the fold, but she currently has her hands full shepherding The Walking Dead for AMC.
      Source: THR


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      Terminator 6 Director Wants to ‘Embrace’ Schwarzenegger’s Age





      Tim Miller explains how Arnold Schwarzenegger’s age will factor into his reprisal of his role as the T-800 in Terminator 6. Schwarzenegger catapulted to stardom playing the iconic time-traveling character in James Cameron’s The Terminator in 1984 and again in Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 1991. Although he managed to return for Jonathan Mostow’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in 2003, doing so again for Alan Taylor’s Terminator: Genisys in 2015 brought up some issues regarding the actor’s age. After all, how could a machine succumb to human aging?
      Shortly before Genisys hit theaters, Cameron explained that the reason Schwarzenegger was able to return and still play the T-800 is because the flesh covering the mechanical skeleton was real, something that Kyle Reese had explained in the original film. The T-800 is a cyborg; therefore, he’s able to physically age in order to blend in with others. While Genisys only focused on the physical aspect of the terminator’s aging process, Miller wants to take things a step further with the upcoming sequel.

      Terminator 6
      has been slated to release in July 2019, with Schwarzenegger reprising his role as the T-800 and Linda Hamilton coming back as Sarah Connor. While Hamilton’s age is a non-issue for the film since her character is human, Schwarzenegger’s age presents a problem for casual moviegoers. However, that’s something that Miller wants to fully embrace, telling THR:





      “I haven’t talked to Arnold about this so I could get in trouble. But because he’s been in all the other movies — unlike Linda — I do think there needs to be a reason to be different here. I like my sci-fi grounded. I like my characters grounded. And what Jim said about the exterior aging while the interior remains the same — well, not the interior, as in the brain, as emotionally and intellectually he will have evolved. They’re learning machines. But that’s a way to make it different than it was. Even in Genisys, he looked — I should stop — he was a slightly gussied-up version of the old Terminator. I think we should embrace his age. And that’s what’s going to make it interesting and fresh for the fans.”


      Cameron has previously talked about wanting to reinvent the franchise and provide something fresh for longtime fans. Of course, that reinvention could come in many forms, but Miller’s hope to have the T-800 age emotionally and intellectually, in addition to aging physically, will certainly turn the tables on the actor and character. It’ll not only differentiate the film from Genisys but also set the stage for future stories that could exist without Schwarzenegger, should he choose not to return for the rest of Cameron’s planned sequels.
      In addition to focusing on the aging aspect of the story, Terminator 6 will also provide a backstory for the human basis of the T-800, something that hasn’t necessarily been explored in past chapters. Now, if everything goes according to plan, audiences may just have another Terminator trilogy on their hands.
      Source: THR


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      Terminator 6: Robert Patrick Would ‘Absolutely’ Return





      Terminator 2: Judgement Day star Robert Patrick says he would return for Terminator 6. James Cameron’s The Terminator first hit theaters in 1984 and delivered a successfully thrilling science fiction/action adventure. The Terminator was a critical and financial success, so Cameron returned for a sequel, Terminator 2, which debuted seven years after the initial film in 1991. Though Cameron stepped away from the sci-fi franchise following the sequel, the Terminator series continued on with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in 2003, Terminator Salvation in 2009, and most recently Terminator Genisys in 2015.



      However, the franchise hasn’t been as successful since Cameron left. That changed earlier this year though, when it was revealed he’s set to return as a producer on the upcoming sixth Terminator film, which will be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool). Arnold Schwarzenegger started off the series as its titular villain, but turned into an ally for Sarah and John Connor in Terminator 2. Instead of Schwarzenegger’s futuristic T-800, Sarah and John were forced to run from the newer model, the T-1000, played by Robert Patrick. Though Patrick hasn’t returned to the Terminator franchise since Judgement Day, he says he would reprise his role – or return in some other fashion, presumably – for Terminator 6.
      During a New York Comic Con roundtable interview for Patrick’s upcoming project, Amazon’s Lore, Screen Rant asked the actor if he’d be willing to return to the Terminator series. Patrick replied: “Absolutely! Anybody [asks] me to do anything, return anywhere, I am there.” However, the actor did not reveal whether he’d been contacted about reprising his role for Terminator 6.


      In terms of what we know about the upcoming installment in the franchise, Cameron and Miller are preparing to start filming in 2018 for a 2019 release date. It will be a direct sequel to Terminator 2, so Terminator 6 will ignore the continuity of T3, Salvation, and Genisys, which are said to take place in an alternate timeline. Plus, in addition to Cameron, original Sarah Connor actress, Linda Hamilton, and Schwarzenegger will be back – the latter previously reprised his Terminator role for Genisys, but will play the human that the T-800 is based on in the upcoming installment.
      Since Schwarzenegger and Hamilton are heading back to the popular sci-fi franchise, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Cameron and Miller would want to bring back Patrick as well – if the story warrants it, of course. Even if Terminator 6 were to only include a small role or cameo for Patrick, fans would no doubt appreciate it considering his and Terminator 2’s popularity. The sequel was recently rereleased in 3D to the delight of the film’s fans.
      Of course, whether Patrick does reprise his Terminator role for the upcoming sixth film remains to be seen. But fans can at least take heart that he seems willing, and even excited, by the prospect of returning to the series for Cameron and Miller’s Terminator 6.

     

     

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