DiDa: Yes, those links are working, thanks. I didn't recognize the name of Courtney B. Vance at first, but as soon as I clicked your link and saw his pic, I knew the face right away. He's done a lot on TV and, though I didn't really watch those shows he was in, I guess that's why he looked so familiar. I liked the Hunt for Red October and Space Cowboys, among some of the other movies, but don't remember him in them offhand.
Do we know if Myles Dyson is a good guy or a bad guy?
I could see him being a good bad guy!
Mason: That looks like an "official" set document!
Is there something you're not telling us?
The fifth big screenTerminator film, Terminator Genisys, is already set to hit the big screen on July 1, 2015. Now, Paramount Pictures has lined up two additional sequels. One will arrive on May 19, 2017 and the other on June 29, 2018.
The 2017 film (temporarily dubbedTerminator 2) will open one week before Warner Bros.' The LEGO Movie sequel, while the 2018 film (Terminator 3) will open two weeks after a still-unrevealed Pixar feature.
Although nothing has been officially confirmed, it appears very likely that the next two films will shoot back to back.
Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, J.K. Simmons, Dayo Okeniyi, Byung Hun Lee and Matt Smith, Terminator Genisys is directed by Thor: The Dark World's Alan Taylor from a screenplay by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier. David Ellison and Dana Goldberg of Skydance Productions are producing. Skydance's Paul Schwake, Annapurna Pictures' Megan Ellison, Kalogridis and Lussier are executive producing.
I think that even if Genisys flops Paramount will likely press on with the two sequels in 2017 and 2018 in order to get them made before they lose the rights to the franchise back to James Cameron in 2019.
Whether or not the sequels will feature Schwarzenegger again is another matter. My gut feeling is that a hit with the first film will secure his place in the sequels while a flop will signal his exit.