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Terminator 5 and 6
ctann Post # 166 | Tuesday, 04 Jun 2019 - 19:08
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Terminator: Dark Fate may be making some major changes to the Terminator mythology. There"s no way a TSCC continuation can fit with these changes.

Judging off that statement alone, it looks like TSCC just might be its own standalone thing in the franchise since only T3, Salvation, and Genisys were confirmed to be wiped from the canon.


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chrisdvanne Post # 167 | Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019 - 22:34
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"Major movie franchises such as “Ghostbusters” and “Star Wars” have been targeted by misogynistic internet trolls in recent years for prominently featuring female characters in leading roles."

This is the thesis statement for a recent interview with Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller and it's 100% wrong. Instead of critisizing people commenting online, Miller should focus on talking about his movie. He should be less worried about his female Terminator/Warrior, played by Mackenzie Davis, "scaring" people and more worried about people not caring enough about her to bother buying tickets to see her in theaters.

This Tim Miller article is a joke. The only interesting bit is learning how Mackenzie Davis's character was created. It seems the team of writers hired by Cameron, including TSCC showrunner Josh Friedman, are not behind this.

Here's the link to this article: ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Director: Why Mackenzie Davis Will ‘Scare the F— Out of’ Misogynists


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chrisdvanne Post # 168 | Friday, 30 Aug 2019 - 14:01
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Watch the official red band trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate, in theatres 11.1.19.

So basically: John Connor is dead, old Sarah Connor is only here to steal all the cool lines from Arnold and Natalia Reyes's character, who is supposed to replace John Connor as the Savior of mankind, is bland. Oh and Grace has a Head up display (HUD).



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chrisdvanne Post # 169 | Sunday, 15 Sep 2019 - 08:46
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TSCC writer Zack Stentz recently mentioned on Twitter that all writers of TDF were listed on the poster, which is very unusual.

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This is fascinating. Like a lot of blockbusters right now, Terminator: Dark Fate had its story broken by essentially a writers' room. But this is the first time I've seen all the people in the room share story credit together.


You can read his Tweet as well as the comments here:
https://twitter.com/MuseZack/status/1167573749421334528

He also went through his writing projects from the last 8 years (none made it to screen). You can read his tweets here:
https://twitter.com/MuseZack/status/1137464853377904640


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chrisdvanne Post # 170 | Wednesday, 13 Nov 2019 - 21:34
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The scene in the truck at the begining or Terminator Dark Fate inwhich Grace (Mackenzie Davis) throws metal bars at the Rev-9 (Gabriel Luna) reminds me of the truck scene in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles where Cameron throws a wrench at John.

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In an interview to THR, Terminator Dark Fate director Tim Miller and writer Josh Friedman explains how they surprise audiences for action scenes and they mention that scene in TDF.

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You wrote the Dark Fate action sequences yourself. What's your philosophy for surprising audiences who are used to seeing big action scenes?I love stacking the deck against the good guys and then figuring a way out. They don't have any guns? Well, what do they have? They have a fucking old truck. What would be in an old truck? Well, there would be some tools. And then you go, "Well she's [Davis' Grace] a super soldier, so she could probably throw something hard enough to smash it through a brick wall." [Dark Fate writer] Josh Friedman said, "I always think of it like you are running a simulation of a character in your head. It's really the simulation that you're transcribing. It's not necessarily you writing it, it's the simulation dictating what the character would do and say and there's always this sort of disconnect when you read it later and you're not running the simulation. It feels like it happened to somebody else. It's weird, but it's accurately what I feel when I'm writing.


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