Oscar-winner James Cameron, the man behind the first two Terminator movies, might team up with Deadpool helmer Tim Miller for the popular franchise's reboot.
The 62-year-old filmmaker, who will regain certain rights of the film in 2019, is in early talks with Miller, 46, to direct "a reboot and conclusion" of the hit sci-fi action movie franchise, reported Deadline. Ever since Cameron left the
Terminator series, none of the follow-up movies were as successful as the first two he directed. The plot Cameron will go with for the new movie is still unclear.
Cameron's last involvement in the Terminator series was Terminator 2: Judgment Day. He walked away from the project after he failed to buy the rights back of the movie.