Video interview during a publicity event for "A Nightmare on Elmstreet" on April 2010, in which Thomas Dekker starred. According to ex-John Connor Thomas Dekker, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles might return as a direct-to-DVD movie following up to the show's cliffhanger finale.
To this day, I don't think anyone has the slightest hint on who the "actor involved" might be.
On the same topic, here's an excerpt from an interview with Thomas Dekker published at tv addict on August 2009.
Since you brought it up, just how cool was season three going to be?
I’ve divulged too much in the past [so I have to be careful as to not piss off Josh] but I mean it was going to be really interesting because there were questions in the future like is Sarah Connor at the age she would be in the future or is she already dead? I know which one that is, and it was the more interesting of the two to me. Plus what is she doing in the past? Also my sort of relationship with Allison and finding Cameron would play a large part in the season, do I go with the robot I know or do I go with the human that doesn’t know me? The fact that Danny Dyson became a very important part of it was also very exciting because it harkened back directly to the second film.
# 113 I would love to listen to more music from Bear McCreary, especially from TSCC. the show"s album was absolutely flawless to listen to especially on full knacker, fingers crossed the guy or should i say the "genius" hopefully one day might find the time to release this music.
The photo shown in the video is a full-scale Cameron bust that was on display at the Terminator Exhibition held in Tokyo from March 19 to June 28, 2009. While promoting the release of Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles on blu-ray in Japan with Brian Austin Green, Summer Glau was invited to visit The Terminator Exhibition.
# 116 What a Teaser! Summer fighting Skynet. I think we saw the flip-side of the coin here Summer legging it from a giant robot. Now let's see what would Cameron have done? Most probably ripped the robot's head off its shoulders. Sorry robot!
I just want to let people know that the Save TSCC forum is still operational and new members are always welcome. Sign up procedure has improved eliminating the possibility of an admin accidentally accepting a spammer or blocking a real person. http://www.savethescc.com/forum/
Flyers are still available and despite minimal promotion, they are still being downloaded at a decent rate. There was some hope of getting them translated into languages other than English, but that idea has failed to develop. http://www.savethescc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=120
Right now the best hope is to petition Warner Brothers Television with letters, emails, phone calls, etc., respectfully asking for more TSCC in the days leading up to and during the release (July 1, 2015) of Terminator:Genisys. If the movie does well, perhaps Skydance wouldn't mind Warner Brothers having a small slice of the Terminator pie. I have my doubts but stranger things have happened.
I'm not actively campaigning but for dozen or so tweets each weekend from the campaign twitter account, BringBackTSCC. You are more than welcome to follow BringBackTSCC, and retweet any campaign tweets you like, but please remember to tweet in favor for more TSCC as well.