Skydance Media Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg says that future installments of ‘Terminator’ movie series were not on hold, but they’re in the stage of readjustment.
With “Terminator Genisys” earning a disappointing number at domestic box office, there were doubts about the existence of the already-planned sequels, reported Ace Showbiz.
Latest report claimed that the follow-up movies had been on hold, but Goldberg said that the sequels were in the stage of readjustment.
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“I wouldn’t say on hold, so much as readjusting,” she said.
Goldberd hinted that the movies would not start production anytime soon, despite the fact that they already set a May 2017 release for the sequel to “Genisys”.
“We are not going to begin production at the beginning of next year,” she said.