It’s been a busy week for geek movies, and we round up the latest news.

Sarah Connor is back to fight the Terminator in a new promo image from Paramount Pictures (via SyfyWire). Linda Hamilton is more formidable than ever in the pic for Terminator 6, which also includes Dani Ramos (played by Natalia Reyes) and Grace (played by Mackenzie Davis; see “Wakanda Featured in New 'Infinity War' Images, 'Terminator' Casting, 'Star Wars' Composer Talks Retirement, Archie Goes Bollywood”). Arnold Schwarzenegger will also be back. Gabriel Luna (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is reportedly playing the new model of Terminator, and Diego Boneta (Before I Fall) is also co-starring in the film directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool). The as-yet-untitled film is in theaters November 22, 2019.

The Super-Pets are coming to the big screen in an animated film from The LEGO Batman Movie writer Jared Stern (via Collider). Warner Bros. has also hired Stern to direct the feature, but it is unclear whether it will be based on DC’s Legion of Super-Pets comics or the DC Super-Pets shorts from Cartoon Network. Stern may also choose to create new characters. The Legion of Super-Pets first appeared in Adventure Comics #293 (1962), and the original ranks included Krypto the Super-Dog, Streaky the Super-Cat, Comet the Super-Horse, and Beppo the Super-Monkey eventually joined the team. Over the years, other animal superheroes have been part of the team.

Stanley Kubrick’s epic version of 2001: A Space Odyssey is headed to the big, big screen for its 50th anniversary. Warner Bros. is releasing the film in Imax for the first time ever during a one-week engagement in 350 theaters nationwide. Theaters in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Toronto will also host screenings of an unrestored 70mm version of the film. Ticket sales open Friday, and the screenings start on August 24.

Priyanka Chopra (Quantico) is in talks to star opposite Chris Pratt in Universal’s adaptation of Cowboy Ninja Viking, according to Variety. The film based on A.J. Liberman and Riley Rossmo’s Image Comics series is being directed by Michelle MacLaren (see “'Super Mario' Gets Animated, 'Cowboy Ninja Viking' Lands Director, John Cena for 'Duke Nukem'?”). The film is due in theaters June 28, 2019.

Todd Phillip’s Joker may be adding a joker, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Comedian Marc Maron (Glow) is in talks to join the cast, which is headlined by Joaquin Phoenix. Robert De Niro and Zazie Beetz are also in talks to co-star (see “Frank Miller Regains 'Sin City' Rights, Rucka Adapting 'The Old Guard,' 'Charlie's Angels' and 'Wonder Woman 2' Casting, 'Detective Pikachu' Moves to Warner Bros.”). The film will be in theaters on October 4, 2019 (see “Live Action Pooh, 'Uglydolls' Coming To Theaters, 'Bloodshot' And 'Joker' Stake Out Release Dates”).