Is Henry Cavill Teaming Up With Margot Robbie to Resurrect Arnold Schwarzenegger’s $2 Billion Worth Franchise?

A Facebook page recently shared a realistic poster that unofficially suggests Margot Robbie and Henry Cavill are involved in reviving the highly anticipated Arnold Schwarzenegger franchise, Terminator, for a return to big screens.

Is Henry Cavill Teaming Up With Margot Robbie to Resurrect Arnold Schwarzenegger's $2 Billion Worth Franchise?


  • There are rumors circulating online that Margot Robbie and Henry Cavill will star in the latest sequel of the Terminator franchise.
  • A fan-made poster generated excitement among fans, but no official confirmations have been made.
  • However, Arnold Schwarzenegger has expressed his view that the franchise is not done and someone needs to come up with a great idea.
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The blockbuster Arnold Schwarzenegger franchise is set to make a return? And that too surprisingly, with unexpected stars? A recent poster circulating online claims that Margot Robbie and Henry Cavill will appear in the latest sequel of Terminator. Fans are currently a bit taken aback by this news and are unsure whether to believe it or not. Although no official confirmations have been made, fans are excited about this fan-made version!

Henry Cavill in a still from Argylle
Henry Cavill in a still from Argyle

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Is Henry Cavill Teaming Up With Margot Robbie for the New Terminator?

For years now, fans have been yearning for a sequel to the once-blockbuster Terminator franchise led by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Fans believe it’s high time for its return now. And thus, to quench their thirst, a Facebook page named YODA BBY ABY posted a realistic poster for the new movie, featuring the DC hero-villain pair, Henry Cavill and Margot Robbie, causing fans to go crazy. The caption that accompanied the post stated,


“Get ready for this thrilling remake of ‘THE TERMINATOR,’ hitting screens in 2025! Henry Cavill takes on the iconic role, bringing a fresh intensity to the relentless cyborg from a war torn future. With Margot Robbie as the formidable Sarah Connor, this remake promises a riveting start to a bold new chapter in the legendary franchise.”

Margot Robbie on the viral Terminator poster
Margot Robbie on the viral Terminator poster

Separately, it also stated,

“MARGOT IS SARAH CONNOR!!! 2025!!!Get ready for a riveting return to the future with the remake of The Terminator, featuring Margot Robbie as the fierce Sarah Connor. In a post-apocalyptic world, witness Sarah’s relentless determination as she raises her ten-year-old son, John, amid the chaos unleashed after Judgment Day. Brace yourself for a thrilling blend of action and emotion as the iconic saga takes a bold leap into a new era. Coming to theaters in 2025.”

Henry Cavill on the viral Terminator poster
Henry Cavill on the viral Terminator poster

The revelation led fans to experience a whirlwind of emotions, excitement, joy, and confusion all rolled into one overwhelming moment. One user stated,

“I have chills and they are multiplying!!! Hasta la vista !”

While another stated,


“I am so happy for him. Glad he got a great role, his perfect.”

Another wrote,

“The movie was perfect the way it was….that being said, I’ll give it a chance (IF this is legitimate)”

Unfortunately, to the disappointment of some fans, this revelation ultimately turned out to be untrue. No official confirmation has been made thus far, and thus these remain nothing more than a mere fan edit. Despite showing great promise and positive audience reception, the new Terminator sequel is still far away.

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Is There Any Terminator Sequel in the Works?

So are there any Terminator sequels in the works? The franchise’s past ventures have been nothing short of legendary. With each release surpassing its predecessor at the box office, well at least the first three films of the franchise did.

Eventually, Schwarzenegger stopped appearing as the cyborg assassin on screen, leaving fans longing for his return. Recently, the actor shared his perspective on the franchise and addressed whether he would consider returning or not, he revealed to The Hollywood Reporter,

“The franchise is not done. I’m done. I got the message loud and clear that the world wants to move on with a different theme when it comes to The Terminator. Someone has to come up with a great idea.The Terminator was largely responsible for my success, so I always would look at it very fondly. The first three movies were great. Number four [Salvation] I was not in because I was governor. Then five [Genisys] and six [Dark Fate] didn’t close the deal as far as I’m concerned. We knew that ahead of time because they were just not well written.”

A still from Terminator 2: Judgement Day
A still from Terminator 2: Judgement Day

While the poster might be fake, fans certainly can’t rule out the possibility of the franchise returning with or without the star. However, the potential inclusion of Margot Robbie and Henry Cavill is still up for debate. In a SmartLess podcast interview, James Cameron stated,


“If I were to do another ‘Terminator’ film and maybe try to launch that franchise again, which is in discussion, but nothing has been decided, I would make it much more about the AI side of it than bad robots gone crazy.”

With all the AI frenzy, Cameron feels that now is the most appropriate time to revive the franchise. While there’s currently no confirmed information about any ongoing work, fans can anticipate news or developments in the years to come.

All Terminator movies are available on Apple TV for rent.

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