Terminator: Dark Fate Director F-Bombs Fans


Shades of the 2016 Ghostbusters movie with director Paul Feig cursing at the fans, as now Tim Miller f-bombs the Terminator: Dark Fate fans over female casting and replacement of characters.

The Terminator: Dark Fate movie continues the take on the Terminator movies as it has a Terminator come back in time (played by Diego Luna), but it has Mackenzie Davis come back as the soldier from the future (while the original had Kyle Reese) and also that Linda Hamilton appears to be a main hero as well alongside Natalia Reyes. It’s unknown what role Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing, but it has been hinted the flick may explain why his original human body has been the model for the Terminators.

So essentially we see another Hollywood movie where all the male characters are the bad guys or are looked down upon and are incompetent (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Captain Marvel, Toy Story 4, etc.).

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Tim Miller attacks Terminator fans

Of course, director Tim Miller doesn’t see it that way and labels fans that aren’t happy with the casting as “misogynists,” offering he doesn’t give a f—.

If you’re at all enlightened, she’ll play like gangbusters. If you’re a closet misogynist, she’ll scare the f-ck out of you, because she’s tough and strong but very feminine. We did not trade certain gender traits for others; she’s just very strong, and that frightens some dudes. You can see online the responses to some of the early sh-t that’s out there, trolls on the internet. I don’t give a f-ck.

It’s too bad that Miller feels he has to attack the fans as I was looking forward to this, but now I will probably skip it. If Miller doesn’t give a f’ why should I? Obviously, we fans are to blame and not Hollywood’s PC attempts at throwing this garbage down our throats, right?

Regarding Paul Feig, he, too, attacked fans prior to the release of the Ghostbusters 2016 movie also telling the “trolls” to go f’ themselves and that the geek culture is among the biggest a-holes he has ever met in his life. The 2016 Ghostbusters reboot failed miserably and Paul Feig is no longer involved with the franchise.

(via Variety)

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