Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to the continuation of the "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"

After some very unsuccessful attempts to continue or restart once popular franchise, "Terminator", there are very few people who would believe in the success of this venture. Were replaced by directors, writers, producers, but none of them managed to surpass the first two films, shot by James Cameron in 1984 and 1991. Fortunately, the rights to the franchise after many years back in the hands of Cameron, so he plans to shoot a direct continuation of the "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" by closing their eyes to everything that was created without his involvement.

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to the continuation of the

The actress Linda Hamilton, who played Sarah Connor in the first two films, returns to the big screen in the guise of his character. Along with her on-screen will appear, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who, according to one theory, is just an ordinary man who served as a prototype for creating killer machines in the future. It is possible that Arnold will have to rejuvenate with the help of computer technology, the benefit of this possibility at the Hollywood artists already there.

Unfortunately, James Cameron is currently focused on the set just four new movie "Avatar" series, but it will carefully monitor the shooting process, trusted the director of the film "Deadpool" Tim Miller. Miller, among other things, is the founder and owner of the studio for the production of special effects Blur Studio, which is developing CGI-rollers for a variety of studios and video game developers. It may well be that the new film will be excellent in terms of advanced computer graphics. James Cameron wrote the script of the new film with screenwriter David Goyer ( "The Dark Knight"), Charles Igli ( "Dark Angel") and Josh Friedman ( "The Sarah Connor Chronicles"). History is not only the return on the screens are well familiar characters, but also introduce a number of new, young heroes. Currently Cameron looking for a talented 18-year-old actress on a key role in the new film. According to the creator of the franchise, in his new movie, people from the past to face with people from the future.

Until the upcoming movie no official name, nor even very approximate release date to the big screen. But one thing is for sure: if it took itself Cameron, the new film will be much more interesting than "Terminator: Salvation" or "Terminator: Genesis".