Plans for new Terminator trilogy announced

Last updated 13:19 28/06/2013
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HE'LL BE BACK: Paramount has announced that it is rebooting the Terminator franchise.

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The Terminator is coming back.

Paramount has announced that it is rebooting the Terminator franchise and planning for a new trilogy of films, but it's keeping mum on whether Arnold Schwarzenegger would play a role.

Schwarzenegger starred as the title character in the original 1984 movie about an assassin cyborg.

It spawned a trilogy that earned more than US$1 billion at the box office worldwide.

A fourth film in the franchise, Terminator Salvation, was released in 2009 without the former body builder, who was the governor of California at the time.

Paramount says it will release the new Terminator in July 2015.

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