According to a THR report, Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will return for three more films to enrich the universe of ''Terminator," but Robert Patrick won't be involved. The stars are aligned for the first ''Terminator'' movie in decades, but the main question is what will it take to get that dynamic duo bring back the great action they once gave us? James Cameron directed "Terminator" and its sequel ''Terminator 2: Judgment Day," and he now returns alongside director of ''Deadpool," Tim Miller, to make the sixth ''Terminator'' movie.

Production companies are Skydance and Paramount.

James Cameron has stated that Linda Hamilton will represent the role of Sarah Connor beside her co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger. Not very long ago, Cameron said he was planning three more Terminator Movies and that Arnold Schwarzenegger may not be a cyborg but the human who gave his appearance to the machine. Normally, this would be the sixth ''Terminator'' movie, but for James Cameron, it will be a sequel to ''Judgment Day'' (1991), which will certainly ignore the events that happened in the next three ''Terminator'' films Cameron had nothing to do with. These movies are ''Rise of the Machines," ''Salvation'' and ''Genisys."

'Terminator 6' characters

According to Cameron's statement, new characters will be brought to the field for "Terminator 6." Specifically, James Cameron said: "We are looking for women around the age of 18 to be the heart of this film.

Many new roles will appear from the present and the future. Because of their low experience, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton will coordinate them."

Also, the actors that could be playing villain roles are Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel and Liam Neeson, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

The studios seem to have a problem picking the bad guy as we can see from all those big names. Whoever it is, he will make unforgettable scenes with Arnold Schwarzenegger for the Hollywood screens.

Who else is involved

The cover for the next three ''Terminator'' movies will be made by Miller and Cameron, but David S.

Goyer, Charles Eglee and Josh Friedman will help too. No release date has been set for the upcoming ''Terminator'' trilogy, but Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that shooting will start in March 2018. This means that a possible release of the movie will happen in either 2019 or 2020.