Most filmmakers hide for a while after a bomb, but not ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ director Tim Miller. Miller thought it was a dream come true when he got a chance to direct a new Terminator movie with James Cameron on board as a producer. Then he actually had to make the movie. After dealing with script troubles, a difficult shoot, and intense disagreements on the final edit, Miller watched as ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ met a dark fate at the box office. Miller talks us through that process of making the film and tries to figure why audiences were not saying “I’ll be back”...for another Terminator movie.
‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ director on the bumpy road to a box office bomb
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