Emilia Clarke will probably not return to the ‘Terminator Genisys’ sequel, as her ‘bad acting’ is being blamed to be the reason of movie’s failure. An insider confirmed:
“Sadly her acting ability has been called into question and has in part been blamed for the film’s flop. Of course it’s not all her fault, but they basically don’t want her back. They’re saying she doesn’t have the star power they thought she did.”
This is not the first time a young actor has been made a scapegoat for film’s failure. Making a film is a collective responsibility and the actress, who has been successfully playing Daenerys Targaryen on Television’s most successful show, can’t just be alone responsible for the movie’s failure. There are several opinions on why the ‘Terminator Genisys’ Film was a flop. Take a look at some:
- Storyline is confusing – Even with the mounds of expositions that this one shovels on the viewer, if you are a first timer with the Terminator franchise, then you’ll be lost. If you only saw the preceding Terminator film, you’ll be lost. If you have seen all four prior Terminator films, then you might stand a chance, but even that’s shaky. A hard to follow story is rarely a big seller; a hard to follow story that is also supposed to be a summer blockbuster is a recipe for failure.
- Poor casting? – Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator is truly iconic but his age makes it increasingly difficult to believe in his character. The other stories have already revealed that Skynet built Terminators with wildly different appearances so the production team could easily have cast a new, younger actor as the newest guardian Terminator even if Arnold still cameoed as a unique aged Terminator. This choice left the success of the film coupled tightly to Arnold’s own fading box-office appeal.
- The big trailer reveal – The second trailer famously gave away the identity of the new Terminator in the franchise and immediately spoiled the main plot twist in the storyline. With that knowledge, many possible attendees might have felt justified to assume that the film had little left to offer.
Emilia Clarke is not the only one to blame here. What is your opinion on the matter? Do you think Emilia is the guilty one for the film was a failure? Let us know in the comments.