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Linda Hamilton Says Terminator: Dark Fate Is A Return To Form

The Terminator franchise arguably hasn’t yielded a truly memorable movie since 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, making it only natural for fans to approach the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate with heavy skepticism. But for what it’s worth, returning player Linda Hamilton thinks that this will be the entry that brings the series back on course.

In an interview with Collider, the Sarah Connor actress was asked if she thinks Dark Fate pushes the boundaries of action cinema the way Judgment Day once did, and her answer seemed cautiously optimistic:

“I think definitely we have a good chance. I haven’t seen it, but in terms of narrowing down the characters again that you really care about, as opposed to just emptying the kitchen sink and having so many different versions of Terminators and so many different characters without a really cohesive story that keeps you interested – I think
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James Cameron Convinced Linda Hamilton To Return For Terminator: Dark Fate

Barring Salvation (though one could certainly argue semantics), every Terminator movie to date has included Arnold Schwarzenegger in a prominent role. After all, a symbiosis exists between the two insofar that the franchise and actor boosted each other’s recognition considerably back in the 1980s.

If any other performer could be labeled as being synonymous with the series though, I’d have to say that’s Linda Hamilton. Though she hasn’t reappeared since Terminator 2: Judgment Day, it’s she that moviegoers will likely name as the definitive Sarah Connor.

Fortunately her lengthy hiatus will end once she returns as the aforementioned icon later this year in Terminator: Dark Fate. And when you factor in how she thought the last three entries into the series were forgettable, it’s understandable that Hamilton needed some convincing to come back. As luck would have it, though, James Cameron can be very persuasive.
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Mackenzie Davis Teases How Terminator: Dark Fate Ties Into The first Two Terminator Films

It’s been made very clear that Terminator: Dark Fate is a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day. This new film ignores all of the other films that have been made. Producer James Cameron and director Tim Miller even managed to bring back Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to reprise their roles in the franchise.

While the two characters they play are two big ties to the original films, there’s another thread that co-star Mackenzie Davis has teased. She wouldn’t say much because she doesn’t want to spoil anything, but she did say:

“I think it ties into the first two movies in a way that’s really important, the whole scene with the blade on the table. Beyond that, I feel so scared to talk about this movie.”

I assume she referring to the scene in Terminator 2 where Sarah Connor carves the words “No Fate
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Linda Hamilton talks Terminator: Dark Fate return as first footage shown at CinemaCon

This week, Paramount Pictures brought Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to Las Vegas for its Terminator: Dark Fate presentation, with the studio pulling back the curtain on the sixth instalment in the sci-fi action series.

During the panel, Hamilton explained why she was tempted back to the franchise, reprising her role as Sarah Connor for the first time since 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day (of which Dark Fate is a direct sequel).

“It has been nearly 30 years since I last stepped into the shoes of Sarah Connor, a character who definitely changed my life,” said Hamilton. “And only a script, a story, a director like this could bring me back into this world — a perfect confluence of events. Once in a lifetime, or maybe twice, an event comes along that you cannot turn away from. And for me, this is that moment.”

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New Terminator: Dark Fate Images Showcase Schwarzenegger and Hamilton

New images have been released from the highly anticipated film Terminator: Dark Fate from director Tim Miller starring Arnold Scwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. Check out the images, which feature looks at the film’s main characters played by Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta, and Arnold Schwarzenegger below.

Linda Hamilton, Natalia Reyes, and Mackenzie Davis in “Terminator: Dark Fate.” Photo by Kerry Brown – © 2018 Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

About The Film

Terminator: Dark Fate: Linda Hamilton (“Sarah Connor”) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (“T-800”) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and produced by visionary filmmaker James Cameron and David Ellison. Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate also stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta.

Natalia Reyes stars in Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures’ “Terminator: Dark Fate.” ©2018 Paramount Pictures.
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Terminator: Dark Fate Star Recalls Meeting Arnold For The First Time

Though Arnold Schwarzenegger started off the Terminator franchise as the main villain, the subsequent sequels have seen the star repeatedly go head to head with cybernetic organisms even more advanced than the T-800. In the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate, for instance, we have Gabriel Luna as an enhanced T-1000 that’s capable of splitting into two separate units. But while this franchise newcomer is set to be a formidable foe, Luna himself has admitted to feeling a little intimidated by his co-star at first.

The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actor attended CinemaCon earlier this week, where he spoke to ComicBook.com about his experience on set with Schwarzenegger. As it turns out, Luna felt some pressure to get in shape before meeting the action movie legend.

“Well shoot man, I was just like pumping out these reps trying to get strong because God forbid he show
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Linda Hamilton Says The Last Three Terminator Films Were Forgettable

Though the Terminator franchise has proven as resilient as its titular cyborg, you’d have to go all the way back to 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day to find a film that most of us can agree was particularly worth watching. And as the release of Terminator: Dark Fate looms closer, even Linda Hamilton admits that the series suffered a significant lapse in quality after the first two entries.

“They’re very forgettable, aren’t they?” the Sarah Connor actress told Variety while discussing the last three Terminator movies. Many filmgoers would agree, but where exactly does the problem lie? Well, according to Hamilton, it all went wrong when the series moved away from the characters and the story that got audiences so invested in the first place:

“You start something and you’re invested in the franchise, but somehow the characters that you care about weren’t there. Too many people,
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Linda Hamilton Calls All Terminator Sequels After Judgment Day Forgettable

Linda Hamilton Calls All Terminator Sequels After Judgment Day Forgettable
Linda Hamilton appeared at CinemaCon earlier this week to promote and share the first footage from Terminator: Dark Fate. During her appearance, the Terminator 2: Judgment Day actress was asked about the following sequels, which include Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator Salvation, and Terminator Genisys. Hamilton didn't hold anything back and really didn't have anything good to say about them. This is the same sentiment original director James Cameron shared when he announced Terminator 6 would ignore the previous three movies and work as a direct sequel to Judgment Day.

The response to the previous three movies in the Terminator franchise has been mixed at best. Genisys was a box office bomb, even with Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke on board. Fans have been waiting for James Cameron to come back and thankfully, he decided to produce Terminator: Dark Fate. He then made calls to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton for a reunion.
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Linda Hamilton Keeps It Real: ‘Terminator’ Sequels After ‘Judgment Day’ Were ‘Very Forgettable’

Sarah Connor is back and she’s taking no prisoners, including the polarizing “Terminator” sequels. Speaking to Variety on the CinemaCon red carpet, Linda Hamilton got brutally honest when asked about the three “Terminator” sequels that followed her last appearance in the franchise, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”

“They’re very forgettable, aren’t they?” Hamilton said. “You start something and you’re invested in the franchise, but somehow the characters that you care about weren’t there. Too many people, too many story points. So I think we’ve done a good job of narrowing down the focus again so it will echo the first two films.”

Hamilton originated the iconic role of Sarah Connor in James Cameron’s “The Terminator” and its “Judgment Day” sequel. Those two films were the only entries directed by Cameron, as the franchise was handed to Jonathan Mostowfor the 2003 sequel “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,
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WWF WrestleFest: The Best WWE Game You'll Probably Never Play Again

Matthew Byrd Apr 5, 2019

WWF WrestleFest remains an essential WWE gaming experience. Too bad you'll probably never properly play it again.

There’s something magical about the late ‘80s/ early ‘90s era of WWE (or WWF as it will always be known in my wrestling-loving heart). Yes, it was filled with drugs, alcohol, questionable morals, and even more questionable mullets, but it was an era of professional wrestling that was larger than life to the impressionable viewers who watched what was essentially the craziest cartoon in existence play out in front of their young eyes. It was like receiving a transmission from another universe.

Years later, I realized that part of what made that era of wrestling so fascinating was the scarcity of it. At a time before weekly TV shows, the internet, and the WWE Network, you rarely got to actually watch wrestling. You might be lucky enough to stumble
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New Terminator Can Split in Half to Be Twice as Deadly in Dark Fate

New Terminator Can Split in Half to Be Twice as Deadly in Dark Fate
Certain lucky humans were treated to the first footage from Terminator: Dark Fate during Paramount's presentation at CinemaCon today. It was positioned as the centerpiece of their panel, with the majority of the cast, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, who finally makes her return as the iconic Sarah Connor, on hand. But one of the big reveals didn't come in the footage. Rather, it was director Tim Miller who explained that a new Terminator in this movie will have the ability to split into more than one Terminator.

Tim Miller, best known for his work on Deadpool, partnered with franchise creator James Cameron for this latest installment in the long-running sci-fi franchise. Cameron is busy directing his Avatar sequels and couldn't be at the panel, and that's also why he couldn't direct the movie himself. But based on the reaction from the CinemaCon crowd on social media to the footage that was shown,
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‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Footage Kicks Ass, Especially Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor

At the end of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he'd be back, and he delivered on that promise (once again) on Thursday, when Tim Miller's Terminator: Dark Fate had its coming-out party at CinemaCon. Miller and Schwarzenegger took the stage with stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Linda Hamilton, who drew the loudest applause -- appropriate given how we don't see much of her these days. Miller was overcome with emotion talking about his film, which he said is a direct sequel to James Cameron's T2. Dropping f-bombs left and right, …
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New Images for Terminator: Dark Fate Released

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Get your first look at Tim Miller's Terminator sequel, Dark Fate, in 6 new images! More within...

The next chapter in the iconic (arguably infamous) Terminator series will release later this year, with Tim Miller's Terminator: Dark Fate. The film is set to reunite everyone's favorite Austrian cyborg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, with film's Og badass, Linda Hamilton a.k.a. Sarah Conner. Dark Fate is set to go back to the franchise's roots by taking place shortly after the events of Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Check out how everything (one) looks in the 6 new images, below...

Linda Hamilton (“Sarah Connor”) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (“T-800”) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and produced by visionary filmmaker James Cameron and David Ellison. Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate also stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta.

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First Terminator: Dark Fate Footage Leaves CinemaCon Cheering

Paramount has debuted the first footage from Terminator: Dark Fate. This is probably one of the most intriguing blockbusters coming our way this year. It would be hard to call it one of the most highly-anticipated, given that the last few entries in the franchise haven't exactly lived up to James Cameron's originals. But there is high hope for this one, given that Cameron is back on board as an executive producer, with Deadpool director Tim Miller in the director's chair. Those in attendance at CinemaCon were treated to the very first footage from the upcoming sequel. So how did it go?

According to those who were on hand, it may very well be time to get excited about this franchise again. The crowd was shown two different sequences. One in which one of the new stars, Mackenzie Davis, is seen fully nude, time-traveling, in classic Terminator fashion, before
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"Terminator: Dark Fate" - New Images

Sneak Peek new images from director Tim Miller's "Terminator: Dark Fate", the first in a fresh trilogy of films, starring Linda Hamilton reprising her role as 'Sarah Connor', Arnold Schwarzenegger as the scientist who created the 'T-800' machine in his own image, Mackenzie Davis ("Halt and Catch Fire") as a human soldier from the future and Gabriel Luna as a new 'Terminator', in the official sequel to James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", targeting a November 15, 2019 release:

"The trilogy will have predator drones and actual discussions," said producer Cameron, "on the ethics of having a robot have its own kill decision possibilities..."

"When I became aware of the fact that I could back into a control position on the rights, I started to ask myself artistically, 'Is there anything there?

"Is there anything to be said that I haven’t already said, and that would
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Pet Sematary: Stephen King Easter Eggs and Reference Guide

John Saavedra Apr 4, 2019

The Pet Sematary remake has a few nods to the book, original movie, and the larger Stephen King universe that you might have missed!

This Pet Sematary article contains major spoilers.

With its debut in April, Pet Sematary becomes one of the few works by Stephen King to receive multiple adaptations. Paramount, which first adapted the brutal book in 1989, brings a new vision of terror to Maine with a remake we quite enjoyed for the most part (especially the terrifying cat). 

As Constant Readers already know, Pet Sematary is just one in a web of interconnected stories that make King's version of Maine one of the most horrible places to live. The movie pays tribute to that legacy by including many easter eggs and references to not only the original book but the 1989 movie and the larger King universe. It also features a few nods to real-life
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‘Terminator: Dark Fate': Sarah Connor Is Back With a Really Big Gun

‘Terminator: Dark Fate': Sarah Connor Is Back With a Really Big Gun
For months, the plot of “Terminator: Dark Fate” has been kept under wraps, but now we have some clues about the upcoming sequel from director Tim Miller, who appeared at Paramount’s CinemaCon presentation to provide a sneak peek.

“I still remember just sitting in that audience being in awe of what Jim [Cameron] did,” Miller said in a speech. “If you had told that nerd that one day he would get to continue the legacy of what Jim Cameron started, he would have passed out in his f–ing popcorn.”

The work-in-progress sneak peek shows a highway in Mexico City, where a new Terminator sent through time to protect humanity suffers a hard fall upon arrival. When she comes to, she immediately takes out a trio of police officers, takes a bystanders’ clothes, and drives out to find the woman she’s been sent to protect.

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‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ First Footage Shows Sarah Connor Back in Action, Earns Huge Applause

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ First Footage Shows Sarah Connor Back in Action, Earns Huge Applause
After striking out hard with critics and at the box office with “Terminator Genisys” in summer 2015, Paramount Pictures is resetting the beloved action franchise with the upcoming “Terminator: Dark Fate.” Original franchise director James Cameron is producing the movie and worked closely with filmmaker Tim Miller (“Deadpool”) to relaunch the franchise with “Dark Fate,” which will serve as a direct sequel to Cameron’s “The Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” Paramount used its CinemaCon presentation to launch the first trailer for “Dark Fate,” and it left a lasting impression on the press.

Appearing onstage, Miller said there are still months left of VFX work needed to complete the movie and therefore the footage screening at CinemaCon was not final. Paramount showed off two clips from the movie and a reel. The first clips prominently featured Mackenzie Davis, who is seen time traveling and landing in Mexico City and fighting police in the first one.
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Schwarzenegger Is Back in First Official Terminator: Dark Fate Photos

Schwarzenegger Is Back in First Official Terminator: Dark Fate Photos
Some brand new, official photos from Terminator: Dark Fate have arrived online. This is a franchise that has been begging for a good sequel for a very long time. Now, James Cameron, who created the iconic sci-fi series, is returning to the fold as an executive producer, alongside Deadpool director Tim Miller to craft something hopefully worthy of the original two movies. Paramount has unveiled these new images just as they get ready to show off the first footage later today at CinemaCon.

As for the images, we get to see an older, badass Linda Hamilton back as Sarah Connor, Arnold Schwarzenegger as a much older, rough looking version of the T-800, as well as some of the new stars in action. We see Mackenzie Davis, who is wielding a chain and ready for business, Natalia Reyes who is standing by a car looking a bit distressed and Diego Boneta who is driving a car,
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Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are back in first images from Terminator: Dark Fate

20th Century Fox has released six first-look images from the upcoming Terminator reboot/sequel Terminator: Dark Fate featuring returning The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton as well as new cast additions Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta; check them out below…

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Terminator: Dark Fate is being directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool), with James Cameron attached to produce, and sees Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800) and Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) reprising their roles alongside new cast additions Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Natalia Reyes (Lady), Diego Boneta (Pretty Little Liars) and Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). It is set for release on November 1st 2019.

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