While we still have some time until the franchise reverts back to James Cameron , it seems the filmmaker is already making plans to take over the franchise. We reported in January that James Cameron is teaming up with David Ellison , who has the rights to the franchise, and Tim Miller , who is in early talks to direct this new Terminator movie, which is believed to either continue the story after James Cameron 's 1991 classic Terminator 2: Judgment Day , or reboot the franchise as a whole. David Ellison is said to be funding an "exploratory effort" that will bring a number of sci-fi writers in to help craft the movie. David Ellison also teased a few weeks ago that there will be a big announcement regarding this franchise coming soon, so it's possible that they may have found a new studio home for the Terminator franchise already.
Cory is one of the most unique stories in the fitness industry today. A former underground coal miner, Cory diligently saved money to start his first small gym. He opened it when he turned 20 and, in the last 14 years, Cory has seen every aspect of the fitness industry. Cory has his Exercise Specialist certificate from Columbus State and is also NESTA nutrition coach certified, Westside Barbell certified and a Cross Fit level 1 trainer. Cory is also the Co-Founder of Musclepharm, which has quickly become one of the hottest brands in Sports Nutrition, grossing an impressive $78 million in just its fourth year of business. He has achieved a powerlifting total of 1755 pounds, weighing just 208, putting together a career-best 700-pound squat. Most recently Cory was featured on the cover of the popular Inside Fitness Magazine. Cory eats, breathes and lives fitness everyday, helping people reach their goals through his free plans on social media especially his Twitter account that has more than 250,000 + followers.
"Someone told me about this. I hope I'm not too late here, I'm traveling, but I wanted to chime in. I always say don't be afraid of failure, because how far can you really fall? You found out -- to the ground. It's right there. Now you know it isn't anything that should scare you. You should be proud that you weren't afraid -- not embarrassed that you failed. You could have made excuses not to walk into the door, but you didn't. You knew it would be hard, and it would be uncomfortable, and it might be awkward -- and you did it anyway. That's courage. I'm proud of you. The last guy I rooted for broke a world record in the deadlift. You have more in common with him than you think. First, he started out lifting just the bar, too (when you look at him, he may have been 3 months old at that point). Second, imagine his courage. He walked up to that bar in front of a big audience and television cameras, knowing that not only had he never lifted that much before - NO ONE on earth had - and it was highly likely he would completely fail. You may not think about it this way, but you showed that courage, on a smaller level. Finally, I'm rooting for you, too. You took the first step and you fell, but at least you fell in the right direction, so get back up and take the next step. Keep moving forward."