Terminator: Surprising Confession From the Director of Genisys!
Terminator: Genisys director Alan Taylor has confessed. The successful name fell into depression due to the poor performance of the movie.
Alan Taylor, who was in the director's chair of Terminator: Genisys, made a confession that would fall like a bomb on the agenda. The production, which was released in 2015, was hit by the fans. It seems that the master director was also quite affected by this situation.
The master director, who stated that he was very upset by the fact that the movie crashed at the box office and heavy criticism, even thought of retirement. Talking about the weariness of the process, Taylor stated that he entered a long recovery process.
Alan Taylor: “I Lost The Will To Film”
Alan Taylor, who will return to the screens with the HBO series The Many Saints Of Newark, talked about the process he lived. Expressing that he was depressed, the director continued his words as follows:
I lost my desire to make movies. I even lost my will to live as a director. I don't blame anyone for this situation. The process did not go well for me. So I had to rediscover the joy of making movies.
The fifth film in the legendary Terminator series, the production fell short of expectations in many ways. The sequel projects were also shelved, and the film received 6.3 points from fans on IMDB. Starting in 2029, Genisys centers on Sergeant Kyle Reese, a time traveler who comes to protect Sarah Connor.
Terminator: Genisys, which cost $156 million to make, earned $440 million globally. However, the movie lagged behind Terminator 2 in terms of revenue. Although 440 million dollars seemed high, the production staff promised more. Emilia Clarke, whom we know from the Game of Thrones TV series, starred in the movie. The master actor is accompanied by the number one name of the series, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The poor performance of the production, which featured names such as Matt Smith, J. K. Simmons, and Jai Courtney, also disappointed the fans.
The Famous Director Has Now Recovered!
Alan Taylor, who shot the front episode of The Sopranos, is back on the field after 6 years. The series, produced by HBO, will air in October 2021. The production, which will focus on Tony Soprano's youth years, includes important stars in its staff.
The series stars Michael Gandolfini, Jon Bernthal, Ray Liotta and Vera Farmiga.