Source: ‘Terminator’ TV Series in Development with ‘X-Men’ Writers
Variety.com, a site that I always assumed only wrote articles for old white ladies who already blew through their Reader’s Digest for the month, is reporting that Terminator X, one time DJ of the legendary rap group Public Enemy, has a television show that is “in development.” From variety.com:
Megan Ellison of Annapurna will produce the “Terminator” TV series with David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Marcy Ross of Skydance. Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier are on board as exec producers.
It may surprise you to know that I am a fan of Terminator X and Public Enemy, and I am hopeful that he can be successful in this new career, but, depending on the channel (FOX, I’m looking at you) it might take a nation of millions to give this project even a whole season. I don’t know about you….*whispers behind RU*…what? Did I read the whole article? Of course I did!
Ok, maybe I skimmed it.
I saw the headline and went for it!
FINE! I glanced at the headline saw “Terminator” and “X” and went with it. You happy now!
Oh, it’s a new Terminator television show written and produced by the writers of X-Men First Class, Zack Stentz and Ashley Miller. That’s pretty cool I guess, it’s not going to make me bum rush to the show or anything, but I'll give it a shot.
Read variety’s story here for more information.
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