Mackenzie Davis does not believe there will be a new movie in the saga after the failure of Terminator: Dark Fate in 2019.
The actress Mackenzie Davis starred Terminator: Dark Fate playing Grace, an enhanced super soldier who travels back in time to protect the future leader from rebellion, a woman named Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes). The film had the return of Linda Hamilton like Sarah Connor and Arnold schwarzenegger Like the T-800, but still raised just $ 261 million with a budget of $ 185 million.
Now Mackenzie Davis He spoke about the future of the Terminator franchise in a recent interview, while promoting his next movie. Irresistible, starring Steve Carrell and Rose Byrne. Davis was asked about Terminator: Dark Fate and if there would be another sequel. She said she is "very proud of what they did." Plus she loves the movie, "To think there would be a lawsuit for a seventh movie is crazy." Davis argues that the public "wants new things," not big franchises and multiple sequels. Continuing with that sentiment, Davis highlights the importance of looking for original voices with original stories:
“There are a lot of interesting people who don't fit the mold of those who make these great franchises who haven't had a chance to make movies. We should be investing in them right now. "
It is a saga that does not just hook with new generations of viewers.
The 1991 movie Terminator 2, is still one of the best in the genre of action and science fiction. But subsequent deliveries were one disaster after another with increasingly poorer box office results. Also Terminator: Dark Fate It was not even profitable, since it is estimated that it had losses of about 120 million dollars.
So it will probably be a long time before we see a new installment of the saga again, which is a shame because it still has a good fan base. we hope that Terminator: Dark Fate don't be the last.
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