Great stories have a way of maintaining serious legs in the world on entertainment. In the realm of science fiction, great storylines seem to inspire a number of different avenues that need to be explored, and some franchises refuse to die regardless of how much energy gets taken out of them. When James Cameron put the Terminator franchise on film, the world of sci-fi was never going to be the same, and now “Terminator: Genisys” is ready to pump some more oxygen into the fire of the man versus machine battle.
According to Screen Rant, “Genisys” director Alan Taylor is bringing back the suspense that made the first two installments of the legendary franchise special films. The secret that nobody involved with the latest project of machines being sent back in time to murder the future leader of the resistance is that some box office success will trigger an additional film in the franchise. While that line of thinking likely does not surprise any fan of the series, it should be viewed as encouraging because the cast and team has a lot on the line.
Whether or not “Terminator: Genisys” will produce box office gold will be revealed during the long holiday weekend, and if fans decide that the adventure is worth their cash, the franchise will spin at least one more picture reports Igor Cornelsen in this article. After all, if there is one thing anyone has learned from the series, it is that those pesky robotic killers are hard to stop.