Dark Fate Star Thinks It’s Insane That Anyone Could Want a Sequel
Terminator: Dark Fate Released last year to mixed reviews and disappointing box office results. Of course, it’s going Terminator Franchise, some fans still hope to see a sequel someday. In an interview, McKenzie Davis, who played the lead roles in the film, said that such expectations are unfortunately not based on facts.
“I really loved the film and I’m proud of what we did, but there was no demand for it [at the box office] And to think that the demand for the seventh film is quite insane. You should just pay attention to what the audience wants – and they want new things and I want new things. “
In Terminator: Dark Fate, Mackenzie davis Played the role of Grace, a cybernetically enhanced human from the future who must team up with Sarah Connor and a rogue T-800 to protect a new savior of humanity. The film was praised for its visual effects, but the story was felt to be a recycling of the original two films, simply swapping John Connor for a new future-protector of humanity. Davis believes that instead it will try to recycle old ideas in the future Terminator Sequel, money should go towards new ideas and talent.
“There are many interesting people who don’t fit the mold of those who make these big franchises who haven’t had a chance to make films. We should invest in them right now.”
And with that, Davis appears to have effectively washed his hands of the Terminator franchise. And she is not alone. Linda Hamilton, whose return as Sarah Connor, was the biggest talking point for Dark fate, Previously admitted that she would be happy enough to never return to the series.
“I would really appreciate a shorter version, where so many millions are not at stake. Today’s audience is just unpredictable. I can’t tell you how many people settle down,” Well, people are no longer in movies. Go. ‘It certainly should not be such a high-risk financial undertaking, but I will be quite happy to never return. So no, I don’t expect that, because I would really like to be done. “
In any case, any future profits are expected to be overcome. Terminator The brand may have wanted to distance itself Dark fate, Which is one of the lowest-performing entries in the franchise. The truth is, the series has not had a universally loved entry since the time of the original Terminator And its sequel, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Both directed by James Cameron.
So it seems that Cameron is the only filmmaker who can truly be counted on to capture the spirit of the series in a way that will make the audience care again. Unfortunately, due to his commitment to many Avatar Sequel, it is unlikely that we will get a new look Terminator The film soon emerged in the opening credits at some point with the words Camer directed by James Cameron. This interview was conducted at NME.
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