Terminator co-creator James Cameron will return to the sci-fi property that launched his career, according to Deadline.
Cameron will regain some of his rights to the Terminator franchise in 2019, 35 years after the release of the original film. The report says Cameron will produce a "reboot and conclusion" of the Terminator story, with Deadpool director Tim Miller in early talks to direct. Financier David Ellison, who co-financed Terminator: Genisys, has reportedly hired a team of "top-flight science fiction authors" to develop the story.
Cameron's last involvement with the Terminator franchise was as director of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. He has had no involvement in any of the subsequent sequels, including the most recent effort Terminator: Genisys, which brought Arnold Schwarzenegger back to the role that made him a star.
No proposed release date or title for a new Terminator film was reported.