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Co-Writer Wants to Save the Franchise From Itself
“Of course I’d be interested in doing another one. I’d love it.”
The franchise’s new owners don’t need to honor McG’s rights-of-first-refusal deal to direct any sequels, says an awesome judge.
Franchise Sold to Alleged Terminators
The rights to the franchise have been sold at auction to Pacificor, the hedge fund whose alleged malfeasance purportedly necessitated the sale in the first place.
Sarah Connor Chronicles
Producer Blogs About Being Terminated
What’s it like having a show canceled? Let Josh Friedman tell you.
The Ten Least Convenient Time-Travel Methods in Entertainment History
Flights to Guam! DeLoreans! Airborne telephone booths! Why can’t the pretend scientists of movies and television invent a practical way of sending people through time?
Scrubbed of Crucial Screwdriver Stabbing Scene
Explains director McG: “We thought, ‘Well, that would be ridiculous to make it tough for kids to go see this movie.”’
Neil Diamond May Destroy ‘American Idol’ Tonight
How will the Idol hopefuls cope with yet another old-timey theme night?