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Hasta La Vista Arnold!! (A salty editorial)


By Corey Floyd
A few days ago James Cameron was talking about the pre-production stages for the next Terminator film. A franchise that’s a hollow shell of its former self. The rights to the metal killers return to Cameron in 2018 around the release of the next Avatar film. Which I have to admit I was excited to hear. That until Arnold said he’s coming back too.  
I think it’s time for him to gracefully walk away. Know I understand that he was the staple character of the series but let’s be real he not terminator intimidating anymore. As a Terminator he doesn’t have the look anymore. He also starred in the last film and just sat there at let that terribly written movie happen he could have spoken up and told them to change it but he didn’t he just cashed a check.  Speaking of the look why did the explanation for why looked old in Genesis was better than the storyline of the damn movie? All these things shouldn't surprise me since the writers have a history of very shaky films more. misses than hits. Now Cameron has said that his movie will disavow the last one.
That movie was so bad. It tried to do an X-men Days of future past and in the process it caused Terminator 2 to never happen.
Also, forgot to mention that money wise it did not make much of its money back. The film's budget was 155 million dollars plus another 100 million for marketing it made 175 million profit but that's very low in comparison to other projects that came out that year.  I’m not sure what direction Cameron will push the franchise towards but I do think I know where it doesn’t need to go.  
I think we need to look into a meaner, younger, newer Terminator. I’m thinking throw some red eyes in there and BOOM.
 

I love Arnold for his love for the franchise but I think it's time he said goodbye or should I say Hasta la vista from Amerime Media.

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