As Expected ‘Terminator’ Production Delayed Until This Summer

We recently posted a string of audition tapes from ten young actresses vying for the new role of Dani Ramos for Tim Miller‘s new Terminator film. At the time, we suggested that production would seemingly be delayed as it was originally set to begin in March but the casting search for Ramos is still happening.

Well, we dug into production dates after some new information posted by our pals over at TerminatorFans, who uncovered an official casting site for the Dani Ramos role.

Omega Underground can now say that Terminator’s production will be delayed until May-June and is expected to wrap sometime in November.

This was first revealed by TF and we’ve been able to confirm it.

It’s impressive that Paramount is willing to give Miller six-seven months (even if this includes stunt prep) to shoot and bodes well for the sequel. Production locales include Budapest, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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The studio has given Terminator the release date of July 26th, 2019.

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