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'Terminator 3000' Coming from Hannover House and Red Bear Entertainment

A $70-million dollar budgeted, 3D animated feature film based on the original characters of 'The Terminator'.
The Terminator comes back as animated feature
The Terminator comes back as animated feature
Hannover House has announced that it is teaming with Vancouver-based Red Bear Entertainment to develop Terminator 3000, a $70-million dollar budgeted, 3D animated feature film based on the characters and situations introduced in the original Terminator.

The story details for Terminator 3000 are being kept under close wraps, but the writers and production team have a stated goal of minimizing violence in order to obtain a PG-13 level of material.

Hemdale produced and distributed director James Cameron's original Terminator feature, but released the sequel rights in 1990 to Carolco, which later transferred the rights to ultimately end up under the control of Halcyon Media. Santa Barbara based Pacificor, LLC prevailed in the most recent auction and transfer of rights to the franchise in January, and retains approval and licensing authority over the proposed Terminator 3000 project.

Hannover House and Red Bear Entertainment will release details of the production timing, financing and principal production personnel later this year, in advance of a proposed January, 2011 start.

Sources: Hannover House

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Comments (43)

  1. Replicant

    @Ten13 Why do people think Salvation was a failure? It was a box-office hit (which is the only thing that matters in Hollywood), and I myself loved it, thought it was one of the years best action films. definitely better than T3 and a worthy sequel to the franchise.
    These suckers are making this PG-13 because making a 70 million dollar R-rated movie is just plain crazy, they wouldn't make half the money back...
    They should quit fooling around and make a sequel to Salvation.

    4 years agoby @felipe-11Flag

  2. Goodbye

    GAH! PG-13!?

    What the hell is this all about?Let me guess.Instead of killing people he's going to skip around picking daisys and helping small woodland creatures.

    4 years agoby @drifter49Flag

  3. Daveactor7

    @Brian well at least terminator was a great original story conceived by James Cameron. His only best original work even till now.

    4 years agoby @daveactor7Flag

  4. joekerr2e

    I think "TheREALavatah" summed up anything I was going to say.

    4 years agoby @joekerr2eFlag

  5. Ten13

    They really need to give this series a rest for a while. There is so many different places to go with the material but after the failure that was Salvation its time to take a break.

    4 years agoby @tenthirteen78Flag

  6. Brian

    Yeah, KILL = Terminate people! Screw this project!

    4 years agoby @brianFlag

  7. Dan

    I know! The whole basis of Terminator was that the machine KILL people. By any means. It's idea is in itself a violent one, so making the violence minimal is the opposite of what the goal should be...

    4 years agoby @dan1Flag

  8. blackg1000

    Next it will be Predator and Aliens: The Tea Party! Terminator is what it is because of it's violence. they terminate people for christ sake!! What a way to destroy this franchise.

    4 years agoby @blackg1000Flag

  9. Zyclops

    great news. a PG-13 animated feature film will be perfect.

    4 years agoby @zyclopsFlag

  10. Chenga12

    why?....FAIL!!...what's next?....terminator 10,000?.....this is gonna be like star war's animated clone war: fail....this will bring the terminator franchise even LOWER.

    4 years agoby @chenga12Flag

  11. Cyn

    A PG-RATED TERMINATOR??? This is a joke...right??

    4 years agoby @cyn-de-harvenFlag

  12. Brian

    No sh*t! This is horrible news!

    4 years agoby @brianFlag

  13. Dan

    'have a stated goal of minimizing violence in order to obtain a PG-13 level of material.'

    Don't bother doing it then. The 1st 3 movies are rated R, as this should be as well. It's not a happy go lucky story to tell, and the more grim and violent it is, the better.

    4 years agoby @dan1Flag

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