The fifth installment of the Terminator franchise will feature time travel scenes to assist in the continuation of the storyline.
So as to be able to sufficiently reboot the series and give context, the scenes might be used to touch upon the last four films in the series.
In other related news, a seven page preview of the Dark House comic book, Terminator: Enemy of My Enemy #1, has also been revealed.
The comic book, which is currently available for pre-order, will be released on Feb. 19.
The book has been written by Dan Jolley (Bloodhound, Prototype 2), with Jamal Igle (Supergirl) on pencils and Ray Snyder on inks.
The director of the film, Alan Taylor, had previously suggested that his inspirations for the reboot were derived from the Batman series
Taylor spoke about how much he loved the first two films in the Terminator franchise.
"We all love the first two and I actually went back and watched them again and my respect level only went up for those first two," he said of The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
The director went on to speak of a similar franchise being an inspiration for the fifth Terminator, suggesting that two films in the Batman franchise were "wonderful."
The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, who will be playing the role of a superhuman protector of the Connor family, Emilia Clarke, who has been cast for the part of Sarah Connor, and Jason Clarke as John Connor.
Pre-production for filming for the fifth installment in the Terminator series will begin in New Orleans on April 21. The process will begin with principal photography, which will take place from April 21 to Aug. 1.
Terminator 5 is scheduled to release in July 2015.
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