Cameron Wants Another Terminator About A.I., But "Nothing Has Been Decided"

Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he is departing the "Terminator" franchise in a recent profile in The Hollywood.  

Reporter The most recent "Terminator: Dark Fate," in his words, "didn't complete the deal as far as [he] is concerned," and he.  

Added "We knew that ahead of time because they were just not well-written," while discussing the several sequels that have been.  

Created since "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. "The Terminator himself was aware that these sequels lacked.

Quality from the start. Even with the series' creator and director of the first two films, James Cameron, on board as a producer, "Dark. 

Fate" failed to save the shambling endoskeleton of this franchise from the raging fires of mediocrity.Take a look at the state of film.  

And television if the ongoing WGA strike isn't proof enough that the industry doesn't value its writers highly enough. We are. 

Surrounded by a deluge of media that appears to be dictated by audience testing results and social media stats.