Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator said, ‘Ill be Back’’ and he is really back for the 6th franchise of the Terminator. Arnold, who has worked with director James Cameron will be working with Tim Millier for the Terminator 6 franchise. The actor, however, said that despite the fact that he will not be with Cameron on the sets as the director is busy with his 2009 Avatar sequel, he adds that James Cameron is very much involved in the making of Terminator 6 despite the tight schedule.
In an interview with the fansite, TheArnoldFans, Schwarzenegger says there’s very little he can talk about when it comes to Terminator 6. But what he can say is that in his role as producer, Cameron made sure to stay heavily involved in the making of the fiction film, working closely with director Tim Miller of Deadpool fame.
"It was a very interesting film to do with Tim, the dynamic, between him and with Jim Cameron producing. So Jim Cameron is right now directing 'Avatar' films so he's taken on this enormous challenge and he's very busy with that.
"...but he's a control freak and as you know, 'Terminator' is kind of his baby so he does get involved in the filming so there were interesting discussions about which direction to go with a certain scene or how the dialogue should finish or what the certain look should be of an individual and all that stuff so there was a big collaboration between Jim and Tim Miller. I feel it was in good hands with both of them," Schwarzenegger told fansite TheArnoldFans.
"Terminator 6" will mark the actor's reunion with another franchise veteran Linda Hamilton, who made a name for herself by portraying Sarah Connor in the franchise. It will be the first film the two actors and Cameron have worked on together since 1991's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day".
The new film, considered a direct sequel to the first two installments of the franchise, will retcon the events of later films Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Salvation (2009) and Terminator Genisys (2015).