The Kidd here...
I was in and out of the office yesterday, so this one got lost in the pile on my desk, but I've got to say it's a bit cool to know that a couple of Terminators from the past and the most recent chapters of that franchise might be working together on something else. It would have been a lot cooler had TERMINATOR SALVATION not sucked, but we'll just have to think of what could have been as Variety reports that Sam Worthington is in talks to come on-board David Ayers' TEN, which already has the original T-800, Arnold Schwarzenegger, attached.
The story, penned by Skip Woods, would be a variation of sorts on Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians, only this time it involves "an elite DEA task force that robs a dangerous drug cartel under the guise of a tactical raid on one of its safe houses. They think they've gotten away with millions in merch, until team members begin getting bumped off one by one."
I haven't really been much of a Worthington guy with the TITANS flicks and AVATAR really not doing much for me, and then you toss the TERMINATOR debacle in the mix, and... well... that's hardly a solid track record. But Arnold back on the screen is enough to have me interested in any of the projects he's involved with, so I guess it's true what they say... absence does make the heart grow fonder. Let's get more Schwarzenegger now.
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