[Insert "I'll be back" joke here.]
It appears that Terminator Genisys didn't completely kill the franchise, despite it being terrible. It bombed with critics and didn't do that well at the box office. It had a budget of $155 million, double it for marketing which makes about $310 million roughly to break even, and it grossed $440.6 million at the box office. It was a movie that most people forgot about two months after it came out, and thus far the only news we've had on the project is that Emilia Clarke doesn't have plans to return.
But star Arnold Schwarzenegger is currently at Cannes talking about the documentary Wonders of the Sea 3D and spoke to Screen Daily about the next movie in the franchise:
"It is back," commented Schwarzenegger, who revealed that he had met Cameron recently and discussed the project. "It is moving forward. He [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise," the actor added, "I will be in the movie."
So it sounds like we're getting more Terminator movies. Schwarzenegger also confirmed that the Conan reboot isn't dead in the water either:
"It's being rewritten…the idea is to do it."