A movie adaptation of Terminator 2: Judgment Day is coming to theaters in 2019, and it’s shaping up to be one of the biggest sci-fi blockbusters ever made.
The new film is set to feature new footage from the original trilogy, along with new footage for the original film, which was made in 1979.
The original film was shot over the course of three days and was shot on 35mm film.
The movie’s story follows the adventures of the human soldier Sarah Connor, played by actress Olivia Munn.
The film will be directed by Brad Bird, who also helmed Jurassic World, and stars a host of returning stars.
“I think we’re in uncharted territory,” Bird told Variety.
“The world is going to be very different in the years to come.
I think we can take it in a lot of new directions.”
Bird added that he was particularly excited about the prospect of working with Munn on the script.
“It’s very much her vision, and she’s an extraordinary talent, and I think I’ll have to take that into account,” Bird said.
Bird said he would be willing to take on the role of the Terminator, given the opportunity, but he wasn’t interested in playing the same role that he did in the original.
Bird has said before that he doesn’t want to be pigeonholed as a director of a movie adaptation, but that he wants to do a film that is a tribute to the original series and the original characters.
“If it makes sense, I would love to do it,” he said.
“But it’s the right thing to do.”
The film’s production budget is estimated at around $50 million, with the budget reportedly going to come from Universal Studios.
The project has also been in development for years, and Bird said that it would be possible to adapt the original story for the screen.
The Terminator: Judgment Days movie is due out in 2019.