J.K. Simmons Talks TERMINATOR: GENESIS, Future Sequels


J.K. Simmons recently spoke to Empire about his role in Terminator: Genesis. He basically confirms everything we already know.
"I was leery of it when it first came my way, when my agent sent me the idea for it," said Simmons. "It's a small part, which they insist gets much bigger in the sequels. But I was very pleasantly surprised by the script itself.

"That promise of a bigger role in two further planned sequels chimes with what we've been told about Matt Smith's also-unspecified role in the films, so they're clearly planning quite some distance ahead. Simmons, who had seen the first two Cameron films but not the later follow-ups, has some basis on which to compare this story to what has gone before.

"This, I think, is a reimagining. They don't want to call it a sequel or a reboot. It's the world that James Cameron created with Arnold [Schwarzenegger, obviously]. All the leading characters are characters who have existed in that world – the character I play is new to it."

"The script, I think, is very smart, and it's going to be a wonderful part for Arnold to do. Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke and Jai Courtney are already shooting – we did a table read a few weeks ago – and all of them are going to be great."
Source: Empire 

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