New Terminator: Dark Fate Images Reveal Arnold Back As The T-800

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Like the titular cyborg killing machine, the Terminator movies refuse to die. Despite the commercial disappointment of 2015's Terminator Genisys, the series continues this year with Terminator: Dark Fate. The movie is directed by Deadpool's Tim Miller and hits theaters in November. A new batch of images have now been released.

The pictures show the movie's main cast members. There's original stars Linda Hamilton, who reprises her role as Sarah Connor, and Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-800. The new stars includes Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Gabriel Luna (Agents of SHIELD), Diego Boneta (Pretty Little Liars), and Colombian star Natalia Reyes in her first Hollywood movie. They don't exactly give anything away about the movie itself, but it's great to see Hamilton and Schwarzenegger in their iconic roles. Check them out below.

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The other big name returning for Terminator: Dark Fate is series creator James Cameron, who produces this one. The movie is reportedly a direct sequel to 1991's Terminator 2 and will ignore the three movies in-between. It hits theaters on November 1, 2019.

In a recent interview with Yahoo Movies, Cameron spoke about working alongside Miller and what fans could expect from this latest Terminator movie. "Tim's a very willful and opinionated director, and he's got his own ideas for the film,” he said. “I'm kind of like the Pips--he's Gladys. I said, 'I can't be involved in this film at all if Arnold [Schwarzenegger] is not in it. Fans are going to want to see [Linda Hamilton] again, and they're going to want to see the real Sarah Connor and what time and dealing with these tragic futures has done to her."

"It's hardened her even more, but in a way that made her much stronger," Cameron explained. "Maybe less likable, but stronger. And ultimately, she becomes a really important character in passing the baton to the new characters that come in. It's a very female-centric film, which I'm glad Tim embraced those themes."

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