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J.K. Simmons “will by God be there” for a Terminator: Genisys sequel


03 July 2015

With the latest entry in the Terminator franchise; Terminator: Genisys, sought after acting talent J.K. Simmons has revealed that he is signed to sequels to Terminator: Genisys.

Simmons best known for his role of J Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man franchise plays LAPD cop Detective O'Brien in the return to the sci-fi franchise, and talking to /Film he said  "Yes, we are told O'Brien does [survive]… in fact, we went back and did a little added shot on the roof of the whole helicopter sequence to make sure that we see that after Arnold throws me away, so that he can save people, I'm one of those that he saves and I'm still alive and watching what's happening."

Asked if he was tied to sequels to Terminator: Genisys, Simmons added "I am signed on, so if there are sequels I will by God be there."

Appearing excited by the prospect of developing the character through sequels, Simmons explained "There are a lot of ways we could go with O'Brien and we've actually have had those discussions already, so I do know where it goes - but that's part of the fun of the character, he's the only guy in 2017, in the regular world, that has a clue what's going on.

Nobody believes him, but he does sorta know what's up, or is beginning to figure out what the whole story is here. So I think if we make the sequels as they continue, I think O'Brien's credibility level will develop."

Directed by Alan Taylor, Terminator: Genisys is out now in cinemas and features the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the iconic T-800 and features Game of Thrones favourite Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor.

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