Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to his signature franchise for Paramount, Annapurna and Skydance
Director Alan Taylor wants "Games of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke to play Sarah Connor, but Paramount favors "Short Term 12" star Brie Larson
Skydance Productions and Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures, who are rebooting the film franchise, will produce
"Terminator" will now open against "Independence Day 2" and a new movie from "Despicable Me" producer Illumination Entertainment
Film is expected to serve as the first in a standalone trilogy that will see the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger
Megan and David Ellison are producing via their Annapurna and Skydance banners
"West Side Story," "Hoosiers," and "Moonstruck" among films that will be available to rent on YouTube and Google Plus
They tried, says the once and perhaps future T-800
It's unclear when "Terminator 5" will shoot -- and who will shoot it
Short-lived Cyborg Fox sci-fi series gets re-animated in rerun form
We could be seeing a lot more of the studio's upcoming "Arthur," "Yogi Bear" and "Jack the Giant Killer"
Studio looks to lure in format fence sitters with 16 titles, including "RoboCop," "Rocky" and "The Terminator"
Studio competing with Lions Gate to acquire killer-robots-from-the-future franchise from bankrupt Halcyon Group
Sony reported frontrunner.
Megan Fox, zombies, Megan Fox, roller derbies and Michael Bay.
Has retained advisers to "evaluate strategic alternatives."
Halcyon seeks $30 million from hedge fund Pacificor and one of its employees.
Network is embedding its news telecasts with the White House on June 24.
"Simply put, our staffing levels were bloated and hindered our ability to be an efficient and nimble team-oriented company."
Vet reporter comes over after stints at Variety and TV Week.
The note reinforces the view of those who think Jim Wiatt sold out the Morris agency to Endeavor.
'Smithsonian,' 'Angels & Demons' still going strong.
Film tackles economic crisis; L.A. stunt gets people involved.
The start-up offers a core package of around 40 channels of popular programming, plus VOD.
As flu wreaks havoc in Mexico, U.S. plans stay firm.