Recently, we revealed that director Tim Miller would be reuniting with Deadpool cinematographer Kenneth Seng on his upcoming Terminator sequel for Paramount.
Also, that we confirmed the production has been location scouting in Spain.
While it’s still looking like Budapest, Hungary is likely going to a location (possible stages at Origio Film Studios) we’ve now learned the United Kingdom is also going to be a shooting location for the project. It’s currently unknown if that the UK location is going to be used for stage work or just exterior scenes.
These three European filming locations could suggest that the story’s setting might be finally moving outside of the United States. Los Angeles has been the primary locale throughout the franchise despite Judgement Day being a global event. Then again, it could be that there is studio space/crew available and tax incentives are appealing to Paramount/Skydance.
Shooting is expected to begin sometime in March but production dates haven’t been finalized. Casting should be coming up next as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton won’t likely be the only actors in the film.
Paramount has given The Terminator a release date of July 26th, 2019.
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