The Suicide Squad actor, Jai Courtney, who is also known for his
daring role in the movie Terminator Genisys, feels that, Terminator
franchise needs to take more time if they plan to come up with more
sequels to the classic hit sci-fi action movie.
The actor feels that the Terminator Genisys movie did not do well at the box office when it was released back in summer 2015. He also clears his intention to leave the franchise and move on.
The actor, who is currently featuring in Suicide Squad, has clearly mentioned a firm 'no' when asked about any future plan to join hands with Terminator franchise and come up with more sequels of the movie at the moment.
"I've certainly become unattached to the idea of it having to come around again. If it seems like an obvious movie to make then cool. But with Terminator, who knows, it's probably time to leave it where it is," said Courtney.
However, he also mentioned that, he might take the call in the near future, if the franchise comes up with a good script and story.
"But if they can get back in there and dig around and decide there is another film to make, I'll take the call."
Paramount Pictures has put the franchise on hold for the time being, and has also ruled out possibility of returning the lead actress Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor in the movie.