'Journeyman' Actress to Star in New 'Terminator' Flick
'Journeyman' Actress to Star in New 'Terminator' Flick
It's been four months since the last of Journeyman's adventures graced the small screen.  For those who followed the short-lived show, many may not even have had the chance to catch actress Moon Bloodgood, who co-starred as the late wife of the titular character.

Although her screen time on the ill-fated series was limited, Bloodgood has since made remarkable headway, as she appears all set to star in the fourth installment of the Terminator motion pictures.

According to various reports, the 32-year old former cheerleader for the Los Angeles Lakers is in the final stages of negotiations to play the female lead in Terminator 4, which begins filming next month.  She will join Christian Bale, Sam Worthington and Anton Yelchin, who have all signed on with the project.

Terminator 4, titled Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, is due to commence production next month in Mexico.  The film is scheduled for release as a summer spectacular next year and is meant to launch a completely new Terminator trilogy.

Christian Bale (Batman, The Prestige) will take on the role of John Connor while Aussie Sam Worthington (Avatar) is said to tackle the title role of the new Terminator.  Bloodgood will reportedly essay the part of leader of the resistance.

Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins will be produced by Victor Kubicek and Derek Anderson of Halcyon, together with Moritz Borman and Jeff Silver.  Executive producers are Dan Lin, Peter Graves and Jeanne Allgood.  The film will be directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol, or McG as he is more commonly known, who also helmed Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.  The script was written by David Campbell Wilson, John Brancato and Michael Ferris.  Principal photography will begin May 5th.

Bloodgood has previously appeared on the big screen in films such as Pathfinder, Eight Below and Win a Date with Tad Hamilton.

-Rosario Santiago, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: The Hollywood Reporter, Monsters and Critics
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