Thirty-five years after time travel and a war against synthetic intelligence of the future threw them together, resistance leader Sarah Connor and cyborg assassin the Terminator enjoyed a nostalgic reunion yesterday in Las Vegas.
So, ok, he looks like the Terminator, just older.
Hamilton said she took six weeks to say yes to return to the franchise. "You start something and you're invested in the franchise, but somehow the characters that you care about weren't there", Hamilton added.
Even though Hamilton ultimately agreed to once again play Sarah Connor for Dark Fate, she told Variety that she took her time deciding if she wanted to return to the average girl-turned-ruthless robot slayer that she first played 35 years ago. Miller also praised new stars Mackenzie Davis, who plays Grace, and Natalia Reyes, who plays Dani Ramos, for bringing reinvigorated energy to the beloved James Cameron-produced series. "Linda reinvented this character in a way that both honours who she was before and brings something new to the role".
Sarah Connor is one of action cinema's greatest heroines, as embodied by actress Linda Hamilton.
Asked if she do it again, Hamilton teased, "I'm going to fake my own death so I don't have to do another one". And Natalia is wonderful - when you read the script you might think, 'Oh, she's not a warrior or a soldier or anything exciting like that, ' or worry perhaps that she might be overshadowed by the other four - but absolutely not.
The sixth film in the franchise, Terminator is all set hit theatres on November 1, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced late Thursday, along with a sneak peek into his first look from the upcoming film, titled Terminator Dark Fate. A couple come over to help her, but police officers promptly join and attempt to arrest them.