Not sure how I feel about three more Terminator films, but I could already see it coming after the final part of T3, and seeing some of the Skynet/Man War might be interesting. Anyhow, this is from The Register: Sci/Tech News for the World: The comments on 'The Register' aren't very favourable. Mostly along the lines of several threads already here at Chronicles, bemoaning Hollywood's lack of originality and its need to mine franchises to death i.e. Alien vs Predator and Rambo. 'Back to the Future' made the joke first with 'Jaws 19', but when you have 'Bond 22' and 'Star Trek 11' for real, it isn't quite as funny. On the other hand, how many 'Tarzan' and 'Sherlock Holmes' films are there? Mind you, no one said they were all good either. I can't see how they can find anything original to say in these films, though it hasn't stopped the Sarah Connor Chronicles TV series. What McG means by "the landscape plays a critical role" is anyone's guess, but it doesn't sound promising.