James Cameron: Edward Furlong back as John Connor in R-rated Terminator

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A Terminator film hasn't been R-rated since 2003 with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. "To not do it R feels disingenuous to the source material..."

"It's because it wasn't always that way, and the fans kind of demanded it", Miller said.

History helps to back Tim Miller's claim, as the Terminator films have been known to shed quite a bit of blood, show cyborgs with human tissue coverings have to do some massive surgery with all the gore on display.

Aroldis Chapman reportedly expected to opt out of contract
Following 2019, there will be two years and $34.4 million left on Chapman's contract, according to Cots Contracts. The mystique surrounding Chapman has worn off a bit, as he hasn't been quite as dominant in recent years.

A sequel to The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day, the new film will ignore all the other movies in the franchise and picks up decades later as a new type of Terminator is sent back to terminate a new target. Arnold Schwarzenegger is there to top the bill, of course, but having another member of the old guard around could very well entice jaded fans to give this one a chance. And the panel began with a big surprise: Producer and co-writer (not to mention franchise creator) James Cameron revealed to the audience that Edward Furlong is making his long-awaited return to the franchise with this movie. Hamilton will reprise her role for the first time in almost 30 years.

The panel kicked off with a special video message from Cameron, who couldn't make it to San Diego because he's busy on the set of the Avatar sequels in New Zealand. Hamilton and Schwarzenegger will share the screen with Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Reyes (Birds of Passage) and Luna (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.).

We'll have more from the Terminator: Dark Fate Comic-Con presentation soon.

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