The "Terminator" movies, about time traveling killer robots, aren't exactly known for their super-cool subtitles.
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After "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," the subtitles have become increasingly silly, perhaps best exemplified by the third film, "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines." (Did the machines really rise? Besides the flying ones, I mean.) Well, get ready, because the new "Terminator" movie, to be directed by "Thor: The Dark World's" Alan Taylor, is about to get a bit sillier.
According to a Production Weekly tweet, the movie has been given the title "Terminator: Genesis," which sounds like a low-grade Japanese anime and, we hope, won't stick around for the film's summer 2015 release. Of course, everything is up in the air at this point. The film has yet to lock down principle actors and very little is known about the plot, besides the fact that there's a role left open for Arnold Schwarzenegger, who could seemingly come back as his robotic self for another go around in the franchise.
What are some other, better subtitles the new "Terminator" could be fashioned with?