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Terminator Rights Holder Gets Representation

Coming Soon writes: "Pacificor LLC announced today that it has retained William Morris Endeavor Entertainment to represent the company in the sale of all rights to the iconic "Terminator" franchise.

Included are rights to exploit the property for film, television, merchandise and multiplayer online games. In addition, WME has been retained to assist the Santa Barbara hedge fund in selecting and retaining key talent for the next sequel in the "Terminator" series."

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darklordzor5109d ago

Sweet, I actually liked the last film, and really want to see more done with this universe.

Cyrus3655108d ago

I just hope they get a good director and writer back on board for the series, hello James Cameron. I wouldn't mind seeing a James Cameron production, costing 300-400 million to make in 3D or something insane like that.

darklordzor5107d ago

I don't think there's any way Cameron will come back to this franchise. He's on a different page now. It would be sweet, but I don't see it happening.

I really didn't mind McG's movie. I thought it was pretty fun to watch, but I think most of the problem's came from the script.


'Terminator' Rights Holder Sends Cease And Desist Letter To Kill Proposed 3D Animated Feature


A battle is brewing over Terminator 3000, a proposed 3D animated feature film that was announced by Hannover House, a division of Target Development Group that distributes specialty films and DVDs.

Pacificor, the company that owns the rights to the Terminator franchise, has sent a cease and desist letter in response to a press release issued by Hannover House detailing plans to develop Terminator 3000.

Update: Hannover House's Eric Parkinson said that he just got his cease and desist letter, and then told Pacificor's attorneys of his proprietary rights position, and the fact that he's got backers in place to make a movie and deliver a big rights fee to Pacificor.

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