News

Producer David Ellison Joins the Next Terminator Film

Source:   Deadline
December 3, 2012


Things have been relatively quite with regard to another Terminator film ever since Megan Ellison and her Annapurna Productions won the rights to the franchise in an auction earlier this year. Today, however, a new film gains some forward momentum as Deadline reports that Ellison has brought in her brother, David Ellison, and his Skydance Films to help develop the property.

Skydance Films, known for their partnership with Paramount Pictures, have been involved with projects like Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol and the upcoming Jack Reacher, Star Trek Into Darkness and G.I. Joe: Retaliation.

At this stage, a new Terminator film is without a writer or director but, in addition to both Ellisons producing, Dana Goldber, Ted Schipper and Paul Schwake are attached to executive produce.


| 21 comments | Add a comment

From Around the Web

comments powered by Disqus
Latest Headlines:

Comic-Con: Game of Thrones Panel Live Blog
Comic-Con Exclusive: Guillermo del Toro's Dark Universe Will be Separate from Other DC Projects... for Now
Comic-Con: The New Trailer for The Walking Dead Season 5 is Here!
Comic-Con: Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams Eyed for The Last of Us
Comic-Con: The Walking Dead Panel Live Blog
Joaquin Phoenix in Contention for Doctor Strange Role?
Comic-Con: Halo: The Master Chief Collection Panel Recap
AMC Greenlights White City Pilot
Comic-Con: Screen Gems Panel Live Blog
Doctor Who Series Premiere to Screen in Theaters Worldwide!
The New Poster for Left Behind, Starring Nicolas Cage
Comic-Con: Cinemax Moving Forward with Robert Kirkman's Outcast
Comic-Con: Quicksilver and Hawkeye Get Avengers: Age of Ultron Concept Posters with Guest Appearance by The Vision!
Comic-Con: Box Art and Bonus Features for Batman: The Complete Television Series Revealed!
Comic-Con: The Poster and First Clip from Penguins of Madagascar
Comic-Con: The Soska Sisters Talk Painkiller Jane Feature Film
Comic-Con: Two More Clips from Star Wars Rebels Debut
BioWare and EA Release Nightmare Teaser for Mystery Game

Follow ComingSoon.net on Twitter
MOST ACTIVE
From our partners