TERMINATOR 6 Official Trailer (2019) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dark Fate Movie HD

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2019-05-23 13:04:01

Arnold Schwarzenegger & Linda Hamilton Return In Terminator: Dark Fate Images

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are back together in brand-new images from the upcoming Terminator sequel, Terminator: Dark Fate. It’s been thirty-five years now since Schwarzenegger and Hamilton first shared the screen as the T-800 and Sarah Connor in James Cameron’s 1984 sci-fi action-thriller classic, The Terminator. Where Hamilton has only reprised her role once in the decades since then (for Cameron’s 1991 sequel, Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Schwarzenegger has playing a leading role in three of the four Terminator films released over that same period of time.

Following Terminator Genisys‘ failed attempt to kick-off a new trilogy back in 2015, the franchise is going back to the drawing board with Dark Fate. The film will ignore the events of the previous three Terminator sequels and serve as a direct continuation of Judgement Day, complete with Hamilton playing a nearly thirty-years older version of Sarah. It will also introduce a fresh set of characters who could potentially carry the franchise forward from here – all of whom are featured in the latest promotional stills from the movie.

Related: What ‘Dark Fate’ Reveals About the Terminator Sequel’s Story

Paramount released half a dozen fresh images from Dark Fate online today, including photos of Schwarzenegger and Hamilton in the film. The pair are joined in these stills by their costars Natalie Reyes (2091), Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Diego Boneta (Scream Queens), and Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). You can check all six of them out in the space below.

Schwarzenegger is believed to be playing the human model for the T-800 in Dark Fate (hence his grey-haired appearance in these photos), with Genisys actor Brett Azar reportedly bringing the T-800 itself to life again. Meanwhile, Reyes is playing Dani Ramos, a young woman who finds herself being hunted by a new Terminator model (Luna) that’s traveled back in time from the future to kill her. Boneto is also playing a human by the name of (again, reportedly) Miguel Ramos, which begs the question of whether his character is related to Dani in some way (a la her brother, husband, or perhaps even her future son). Lastly, Davis is playing Grace, a soldier-assassin from the future who’s heavily speculated to be a cyborg of some kind.

It’ll be interesting to see if Dark Fate is the sequel that finally reaches the bar set by Judgement Day, when it comes to both critical and commercial success. Deadpool director Tim Miller’s involvement here is certainly encouraging, as are the talented cast and Cameron’s contributions as both a producer and a cowriter on the screen story. Paramount isn’t short-changing the film when it comes to budget, either, and is supposedly spending upwards of $200 million to get things right this time (according to Schwarzenegger, anyway). We will see if this time’s the charm when Terminator: Dark Fate reaches theaters this fall.

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2019-04-04 09:04:20

Sandy Schaefer

The Wonder Years: Kevin Arnold’s 10 Best Relationships

From 1988 to 1993, ABC aired 113 episodes of The Wonder Years, a coming of age story about a boy named Kevin Arnold. The show took place in 1968 and pulled at the strings of nostalgia for a viewing audience that grew up at the same time. Over the course of its six seasons, the audience saw Kevin grow up and deal with issues ranging from problems between his parents and bullies at school, to larger scale stuff like the politics of the era and the ramifications surrounding the Vietnam War.

RELATED: Wonder Years Cast Reunites 26 Years After Finale in New Photo

But the A-Number-One concern of young Kevin Arnold almost always revolved around the opposite sex, and as a result, he went through a lot of relationships/crushes/kisses and heartbreak. Here are the ten best relationships – real or desired – of Kevin Arnold’s youth.

10 Denise Lavelle (Amy Hathaway)

Denise “the Grease” Lavelle appeared during the show’s fifth season and represented something different – the unobtainable dream girl with whom Kevin rooted against his own success. Though she took a shine to Calvin/Kevin, he spends most of their time together trying to push for her reconciliation with Frank the Stank.

Though he looks at Denise with desire, the end voiceover shows that he truly did want love to win out here as he hopes news of her eventual divorce is untrue, this having been an example of his own romantic maturation.

9 Margaret Farquhar (Lindsay Fisher)

In what could have been a friendship or maybe even more, Kevin Arnold again shows us just how flawed (and real?) a character he could be. After being paired up to square dance with Margaret Farquhar, Kevin shows off the cruelty of adolescence and does everything he can think of to distance himself from ‘the weird girl’ in an attempt to save face.

Sure Margaret had three pigtails and talked too much, but she was also interesting and genuine, two traits largely absent most Junior High kids.

8 Madeline Adams (Julie Condra)

The ultimate temptress, Madeline Adams showed up at a time when Winnie and Kevin were trying to make the long-distance thing work all the way across town. New girl Madeline immediately shows interest in Kevin, and Winnie encourages him to be nice, as she, now going to Lincoln, knows how hard it is to be the new girl.

Kevin resists though, spurning Madeline’s advances for several episodes until Winnie dumps him for someone else. The rebound with Madeline is short-lived however as she utters the unthinkable line: “I never saw what the big deal about Winnie Cooper was anyway.” Her invalidation of Kevin’s life long crush is more than he can take and he abruptly ends things.

7 Mrs. White (Wendel Meldrum)

In season two, Kevin Arnold was hot for teacher, and while – for obvious reasons – this never materialized into anything real, it was a strong enough fantasy to leave a lasting impression on a 12-year-old boy and inspire him to do something he hated in an attempt to impress his crush, and that’s an important step for any adolescent.

6 Becky Slater (Crystal McKellar)

Becky Slater was Kevin’s first steady girlfriend and eventual nemesis. Kevin goes out with Becky just to make Winnie Cooper jealous and as a result of this despicable move, following their eventual breakup, Becky makes it her mission to punish Kevin. She continues to play adversary through the next couple of seasons and is an important reminder of past sins.

RELATED: Where Are They Now? The Cast of The Wonder Years

5 Teri (Holly Sampson)

Kevin’s first summer fling came during his family vacation at the start of the third season. On the beach, he met an older girl named Teri, and for a couple of days they walked the beach and went to photo booths and did all the necessary montage activities for a teen romance of this kind.

And while it was fleeting, and Kevin seems happier about the proof the pictures provided of his summer conquest than anything else, it was still a nice pairing with no heartbreak at the end. She even wrote him once, and he still keeps the letter.

4 Linda Sloane (Maia Brewton)

Linda Sloane is arguably the best fit for Kevin of anyone on this list – both in height and personality – but she was cursed with a good sense of humor, a winning personality, and none of the glamor that instead drew Kevin to the vapid Susan Fisher.

He takes Linda, who clearly likes him to the dance, and while there, pines for Susan, resulting in the loss of both girls. Well, the only real loss here is Linda.

3 Sandy Tyler (Carla Gugino)

The only reason that Sandy Tyler doesn’t check in even higher here is that she is dating Wayne when she and Kevin fall for each other.

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This is truly one of the only girls on the show that seemed a really good fit for Kevin, though as we learned through her relationship with Wayne, her interest could have a shelf life. Sandy dumps the older Arnold boy in order to be with Kevin, but in a rare move of solidarity, he sticks by his brother’s side.

2 Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar)

Winnie Cooper, the girl next door, the love of his life, the #2 entry on the list. Wait- what? For those who haven’t revisited The Wonder Years recently, you probably have a more glowing memory of Winnie than you will upon rewatch.

While she is the ever-present object of Kevin’s desire for six seasons, she also at times leaves him for another guy, gets into a jealous fit about a waitress, and throws out mixed signals. All that said, these things just make her more real, and all the more heartbreaking when we learn in the finale that Kevin and Winnie do not end up together in the end.

1 Cara (Lisa Paige Robinson)

Here’s the one the Kevin really screwed up, and Cara knew better. Kevin and Cara meet at the drive-in while his family was vacationing at the Lake. While they only had a few days together, and Cara straight up tells him she shouldn’t trust the summer kids that come to town, she falls for Kevin anyway.

Their chemistry feels sincere, but when his family returns home, in typical Kevin-style, he turns his attention back to Winnie. Come Christmas, Cara sends him a card that he can’t be bothered to respond to. The following summer, frustrated with Winnie he returns to the lake to find Cara, but she’s wisely moved on. If only he’d sent her a Christmas card…

NEXT: Fred Savage Says ‘The Wonder Years’ Will Never Return, Ever

2019-03-22 05:03:32

Brian Kronner

Conor McGregor After UFC Loss Says “I’ll Be Back”

Conor McGregor confirms he’ll return to the world of the UFC. After a five year career of MMA fighting, with an 11-2 record, McGregor made the transition to the UFC. He was victorious in his first fight, which put him on a pursuit for title shots. He won his first seven UFC matches overall, earning the nickname “The Notorious” during this stretch. He won the UFC Interim Featherweight Championship in 2015 by defeating Chad Mendes, and then defended the belt by defeating Jose Aldo. It wasn’t until 2016 where he was handed his first UFC loss by Nate Diaz, but he quickly rebounded to defeat him in a rematch, and then beat Eddie Alvarez to win the UFC Lightweight Championship – making him the first fighter to simultaneously hold two different UFC belts.

McGregor went on a hiatus after this feat to prepare for the birth of his child, and also challenge Floyd “Money” Mayweather to a boxing match. He was stripped of both belts as a result of inactivity, but immediately had the shot to win the Lightweight belt back in his return fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov. The match didn’t go his way, nor did the insane post-fight antics by Khabib and his team, but McGregor isn’t backing down.

Related: What Exactly Happened at the End of the McGregor-Khabib Fight?

McGregor took to Instagram shortly after the fight concluded, revealing that his status with the UFC has not changed. He assured his fans that he’ll return to the octagon, it’s just when that remains to be seen. To make the announcement, he channeled his inner Arnold Schwarzenegger by saying, “I’ll be back.”

McGregor’s return should’ve been expected, as he could very well get another title shot through a rematch in the near future. The investigations surrounding Khabib and his team could ultimately strip him of his Lightweight belt, so even if McGregor gets a chance to win that belt back, there’s no guarantee that it would be a straight up rematch, as it could end up being against a different challenger.

McGregor is known to let his brash personality get the best of him, but he was largely restrained during all the commotion post-fight. McGregor handled the loss in a professional manner, which is why the UFC isn’t investigating his involvement in these events any further. He may have been responsible for some pre-fight mayhem that could’ve cost him his UFC career, but he appears to possibly have learned from it and handled himself much better here. Considering how he’s responded to the outcome and chaos that ensued after, the UFC may look to get the star back in the octagon for another fight sooner rather than later. McGregor is clearly ready to return, now its just up to the UFC to figure out how and when.

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2018-10-07 06:10:27 – Cooper Hood

Terminator 6: Arnold Schwarzenegger & Linda Hamilton Reunite in New Photo

Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a new photo of him and Linda Hamilton from the set of Terminator 6. After spending years away from the Terminator franchise, James Cameron is returning to produce the latest installment in the series which is said to ignore everything that followed his 1991 seminal film, Terminator 2: Judgment Day – that means Terminator 3, Terminator Salvation, and Terminator: Genisys. By doing so, Cameron is looking to give fans a proper continuation of the story he shepherded.

In next year’s installment, which is being directed by Deadpool‘s Tim Miller, with a story by Miller, Cameron, and David Ellison, Schwarzenegger will reprise his role as the iconic T-800 and reunite with Hamilton’s Sarah Connor. It will be the first time that Hamilton will appear in a Terminator film since the 1991 sequel, and fans got a first look at her character, Sarah Connor, as well as some of the new stars, in a recent photo that included Natalia Reyes as Dani Ramos and Mackenzie Davis as Grace. But now they get to see the original franchise stars return in yet another photo.

Related: Linda Hamilton Is Ready To Be Sarah Connor Again In Terminator 6

To commemorate Linda Hamilton’s birthday today, Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a photo of the two of them online from the set of Terminator 6. Along with the new photo is another one of them from several years ago, but almost in the same pose. It’s certainly something that will make fans feel nostalgic as well as excited about the new movie, which is still in production and likely will be for quite some time. Take a look at the photo:

This project comes on the heels of Paramount Pictures initially shelving plans for Terminator 6 and Terminator 7, which would’ve followed the story established in 2015’s installment. Unfortunately, considering the critical and commercial failure of that movie, it isn’t all too surprising that the studio wanted to move away from that story arc and return to the one that originally got audiences on board with this franchise. Plus, having Cameron on board in a creative role only further increased interest, which arguably peaked when it was revealed the two original stars would be returning.

Terminator 6 – a sequel that may receive another title closer to release – was originally slated to hit theaters in summer 2019 but was recently pushed to November of that year – November 15, to be specific. While it’s certainly a highly-anticipated blockbuster film, it’s opening two weeks after Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 and one week after Matthew Vaugh’s Kingsman 3 (a release date that was previously held for Bond 25), so regardless of its quality, the upcoming sequel will have stiff competition to deal with.

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2018-09-26 07:09:32 – Mansoor Mithaiwala