Linda Hamilton Is Back As New Terminator Image Surfaces

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She’s back. Sarah Connor, that is.

Linda Hamilton is back in character as a new Terminator image surfaces.

Terminator Linda Hamilton

According to Variety, the image made its debut on Twitter. Hamilton is alongside co-stars Mackenzie Davis and Natalie Reyes. Paramount is producing the reboot.

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This marks Hamilton’s first appearance in the franchise since Terminator 2: Judgement Day.  Her character was written out of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines as having died from cancer. However, she did make a voice cameo in Terminator Salvation.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will be reprising his iconic role as the T-800. Deadpool director Tim Miller is helming the reboot. James Cameron and David Ellison are producing.

The new movie will be in theatres in November 22, 2019. This will be ten years after Salvation and four years after Genysis.

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  1. Depending on the timeline used, it could work. The never ending reboots of series, both in film and television, have their winners and their losers. It ultimately comes down to the basic elements of film making; story, direction, acting, and production quality.

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