Arnold Schwarzenegger thanks god that he missed appearing in the 2009 disappointment Terminator 4.
The studio currently has an offer in excess of $15 million on the table.
Avatar and Star Trek are among the films nominated.
During yesterday's BD-LIVE chat with the fans, the director revealed that he still interested in taking the Terminator Salvation franchise deeper.
Halcyon Holding Group is currently upbeat about the current negotiations.
The latest ratings batch from the MPAA confirms McG's film will come out in a new version.
The Hangover maintains its buzz with $26.8 million in second place.
Up remains floating in second place with another $30.5 million.
The Hangover shakes itself into a close second place with $43.2 million.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian drops to number two with $25.5 million.
Film is part of a 13 film package from Warner Bros.
BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Takes in $70 Million Over Memorial Day Weekend
Terminator Salvation takes second place with $53.8 million for the holiday weekend.
The executive producer behind the Terminator franchise talks about the new film, the video game, and the upcoming Machinima series starring Moon Bloodgood.
Take one last final look at this sequel before seeing it on the big screen.
The tally includes the estimated $3 million taken in from midnight screenings.
The visual effects supervisor and second unit director talks about this new blockbuster, the possibility of present-day time-travel in the next film and much more.
Here's your chance to take home this wonderful new addition to your movie book collection.
Expanding the world of Terminator through CGI storylines.
Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, McG, and the rest of the cast offer up their thoughts on one of the most anticipated sequels of the summer.
The actor talks about developing this iconic character for a fourth installment of the popular sci-fi series.