Terminator Rights for Sale

Maybe California can blame its budget woes on a Schwarzenegger curse? The rights to the Terminator franchise are for sale for the fourth time since the original movie was released in 1984. The rights currently belong to Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek, the novice producers who bought them two years ago for $25 million and made this year's Terminator: Salvation. Several companies under the producers' Halcyon Holding Group are going through bankruptcy, and in an earlier filing, Anderson claimed that the rights—Halcyon's only valuable asset—are now worth more than $60 million.