24 November 2019 02:34
Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller has said that he'll never work with James Cameron again. Cameron served as a producer on the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring movie, having directed the first two Terminator films. Upon the release of the latest instalment last month, he said that "blood is still being scrubbed off the walls from [the] creative battles" experienced behind the scenes, with he and Miller clashing over their respective visions for the film. Speaking to KCRW, Miller has now opened up on the difficulties he faced while working on the project alongside producers Cameron and David Ellison. Referencing Cameron's previous comments, he added: "Even though Jim is a producer and David Ellison is a producer, and they technically have final cut and ultimate power, my name is still on it as director.
Miller went on to explain that he didn't have "ultimate control" over his own movie and isn't able to work well collaboratively. "You can work that way as a director, quite successfully, but I can't," he said, revealing that he would say "no" to working alongside Cameron in the future. Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller says he'll never work with James Cameron again. Miller and Cameron clashed many times during the making of the movie and the director still has trauma. He claims that he did not like Tim Miller's original cut and said that arguments turned into a "bloodbath." As it turns out, Miller would have to agree and when asked whether or not he'd work with Cameron again, he says that's a "no." Tim Miller explains.
Asked if he would ever work with Cameron again, he said,"No," adding: "It has nothing to do with whatever trauma I have from the experience. I put it all down to two strong, creative people with differences of opinion and I think it made the movie better," read the email, said Miller. Tim Miller and Ryan Reynolds delivered a record-breaking superhero flick in 2016 with Deadpool, so it came as quite a shock when the director decided to back out of the film's sequel two years later. The director also faced onset challenges in the recent Terminator: Dark Fate after he and producer James Cameron had some creative differences. When you visit our Website, we collect certain information related to your device, such as your IP address, what pages you visit on our Website, whether you were referred to by another website, and at what time you accessed our Website.