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

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2019-05-23 13:04:01

Terminator Star Linda Hamilton Says The Last Three Movies Were Forgettable

Terminator: Dark Fate star Linda Hamilton thinks the last three entries in the series were forgettable. Hamilton is known for her portrayal of Sarah Connor in James Cameron’s 1984 action-thriller classic, The Terminator. Now, Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor in the upcoming sixth entry, which is scheduled to arrive in theaters later this year. Hamilton will be reunited with Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is known for his role in the series as the T-800, and this will be the first time the two have shared the screen together in over two decades.

While this will be Hamilton’s first physical appearance in the series since Cameron’s 1991 sequel Terminator 2: Judgement Day, her voice was heard in 2009’s Terminator Salvation. The original film became an instant classic thanks to Schwarzenegger’s performance, Cameron’s direction, and its surprisingly emotional love story. The film has spawned several sequels, but the last three were not as well received compared to Terminator 2: Judgement Day, which many consider better than the original. Now, after 2015’s Terminator: Genisys failed to successfully reboot the franchise, the upcoming sixth entry looks to ignore the last three movies and will serve as a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Hamilton seems to be in favor of the decision, as she has recently expressed her thoughts toward the last three installments.

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Per Variety, Hamilton made it known that she felt the last three Terminator films were forgettable during an interview at CinemaCon. She continued by mentioning that the series went on to focus on too many people, plot points, and leaving out everything audiences loved from the first two movies. She isn’t alone in that sentiment, several fans feel the series becomes complicated and hard to follow after the second film. Many consider Terminator 2: Judgement Day to be a proper follow-up to Cameron’s original, and everything after is lacking in quality. Hamilton stated the following regarding the series and how the upcoming sixth entry hopefully gets it back on track:

“They’re very forgettable, aren’t they? … 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’s sentiments speak to the frustrations several fans have had with the series over the last few years. Luckily, Cameron, Schwarzenegger, and Hamilton are here to finish what they started with the original film. And, while Cameron isn’t directing he did help conceive the story and will serve as a producer. For many fans, Terminator: Dark Fate could be the true Terminator 3, and only time will tell if it will be the long-awaited sequel fans have waited years to witness. The series has been in a tough spot for nearly three decades, and Terminator fans have hoped for Cameron to come back and save the series.

Whether or not the film can successfully reboot the series is yet to be known, but with a release due later this year, fans will soon get to determine if it was worth it. Of course, there are fans of the last three sequels, but it will be exciting to see the core elements of the first two movies back. While no official plot synopsis has been released, or a trailer, updates will become more frequent as the release date for Terminator: Dark Fate nears.

More: What Terminator 6’s “Dark Fate” Title Reveals About The Sequel’s Story

Source: Variety

2019-04-05 09:04:20

Eric Trigg

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.

MORE: Everything You Need to Know About Terminator: Dark Fate

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2019-04-04 09:04:20

Sandy Schaefer

All Of The Terminator Models, Ranked By Power

The Terminator was released way back in 1984. At the time, it was all quite far-fetched, but with our reliance on technology these days, real-life Skynet is probably only a couple of years away. As such, you could say that the Terminator movies have that unique quality of getting a little more relevant and frightening each time you watch them.

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Not that they needed too much help in that regard. In the liquid-metal T-1000 and the terminator of Terminators that is the T-X, we’re looking at some truly iconic movie villains here. But which is the strongest Terminator? Let’s try ranking every model from the main movie series.

10 The T-800 (Prototype)

Now, granted, this is a prototype. Even the all-knowing Skynet needs a little practice, so let’s not judge too harshly. After all, your grandma could be a world-champion knitter now, but how many sweaters with uneven sleeves did she make before getting the whole process down? Let’s just give people a break.

The prototype of the classic T-800 model appeared in Terminator Salvation, in which Arnold Schwarzenegger was too busy to appear. It’s the least powerful model of all because of its complete lack of gravitas. They tried to shoehorn Schwarzenegger in via digital trickery, and the few seconds of footage of (what’s supposed to be) his face just did not cut the mustard.

9 The T-1

Following on from the prototype of the classic T-800, we’ve got another primitive model. The T-1, as the name implies, was the first Terminator class machine Skynet created, and wasn’t nearly as refined as the cyborg models that would come later.

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The T-1 is a heavily armed and armored tank, making appearances in both Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Terminator Salvation. While it’s certainly a formidable enemy, it also completely lacks in character and gravitas. Bipedal robots were beyond Cyberdyne at first, hence the tank treads that propel this guy alone. Its movement is versatile as a result, yes, but it’s far from agile, and they’re great, lumbering targets.

8 Marcus Wright (Terminator Salvation)

Now, we feel all kinds of conflicted over this one. One of the reasons that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s characters in the franchise are so beloved is how deftly they blend characteristics of man and machine (much of this is due to Schwarzenegger’s naturally monotone performance and delivery, but we won’t dwell on that). What was the deal with Marcus Wright of Terminator Salvation, then?

While the T-800 and T-850 always seem more machine than man (because they are), the opposite was true here. Wright knew nothing of the fact that he was a cyborg. Neither did the audience or most of his fellows. After the revelation, though, his abilities amount to the fairly standard-issue enhanced strength and wiring himself into the enemy’s systems stuff.

7 The T-1000 (Terminator Genisys)

Hey, now. Whoa, whoa, whoa there. Don’t panic. We aren’t putting the iconic and beloved T-1000 of Terminator 2: Judgment Day this low on the list. We’re talking about Lee Byung-hun’s T-1000, as featured in Terminator Genisys.

The issue here was that classic ‘bot returned purely as a moment of fanservice. It was introduced and then disposed of far too quickly. As Screen Crush put it, Byung-hun is: “relegated to a single extended action scene in the film’s first half, only has a few lines of dialogue, and then goes out like a total chump… the liquid metal robot brought to life in 2015 isn’t even as impressive as his 1991 counterpart.”

6 The T-800 (Terminator 2: Judgment Day)

Ah, yes. That’s right, friends, it’s good old Uncle Bob. Back in 1991, the scene where we discover that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 is actually on John Connor’s side this time (“get down!”) must’ve been quite a thing. Over the course of the movie, Uncle Bob underwent a good chunk of character development (for a Terminator). That’s power of a completely different kind, right there.

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In battle, the T-800 lacks the newfangled shapeshifting abilities of later models, but it does its best to make up for that in its raw resilience and physical strength. Unable to best its more advanced opponents hand-to-hand, it still had a deep knowledge of tactics and weaponry, which allowed it to (eventually) defeat and destroy the T-1000.

5 The T-850 (Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines)

Now, of course, you can’t reminisce about dear old Uncle Bob without bringing up his counterpart in the next movie, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Here, again, Schwarzenegger played a cyborg assassin, which had been reprogrammed by the human resistance and sent back in time to protect John Connor (and his future wife, Kate Brewster, who sent the cyborg herself). This Terminator model, however, is slightly different: it’s a T-850.

It possesses a few minor differences and enhancements over the T-800, including a more aged appearance (convenient for Arnold, that, isn’t it?) and a deeper understanding of human psychology. In the end, though, it’s the same old shtick: the T-850 doesn’t have any fancy liquid metal abilities, but relies on its brute strength, endurance, and competence with a range of advanced weaponry to defeat its enemy. Its foe was the T-X, which it manages to destroy –along with itself—by thrusting one of its own volatile power cells into the T-X’s mouth, causing a huge explosion.

4 The T-3000 (Terminator Genisys)

As any fan of the movies will tell you, Terminator Genisys was a bit of a misfire. After Salvation and the whole Arnold Schwarzenegger is back except he isn’t at all thing it pulled, it was great to see the main man himself return properly, but that was about all that Genisys got right.

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The T-3000 was unexpected, though, you’ve got to give them that. This new Terminator model was created after Skynet infected an alternate John Connor with nanomachines and pulled some time travel shenanigans. Its abilities are a cut above those of even the T-1000, with its shape-shifting, regenerative capabilities, and adoption of behavioral characteristics being much more sophisticated. Nevertheless, it’s very vulnerable to magnetic attacks (its abilities are reliant on the magnetic field that sustains it).

3 The T-800 (The Terminator)

Technically, yes, we’ve already covered the T-800 model with Uncle Bob. The unit from the original movie, however, is a completely different entity to deal with. In the original movie, Schwarzenegger played the role of the villain, a Terminator sent back through time to bring an end to Sarah Connor before she gives birth to John, the future leader of the resistance.

Her protector is a human being this time: Kyle Reese (John’s father), who destroyed the T-800 but lost his own life in the process. Before this happened, though, this Terminator showed even more resilience than in the later movies. It lost its living tissue, but continued to pursue Sarah and Kyle. It then lost its legs and crawled on after her; only stopping when its entire body was crushed in a hydraulic press (except that famous arm, with which it was trying to strangle Sarah at the time). Very high points for malevolence and screen presence, and even higher points for persistence.

2 The T-1000 (Terminator 2: Judgment Day)

Now, this was a Terminator, right here. When it comes to excellent performances as a cyborg in the series, Schwarzenegger (quite rightly) gets huge praise, but let’s not downplay everything Robert Patrick did as the T-1000.

This advanced Terminator model had every trick in the book. Shapeshifting, almost instant repairing of any damage, forming sharp metallic weapons… it was the robo-assassin. Patrick effortlessly exuded menace in every scene he featured in, and those special effects still hold up remarkably well. With all of these things combined, you can see how the T-1000 (of Judgment Day) is one of the most memorable and powerful Terminators in the series.

1 The T-X

As is often the case when the subject of strongest Terminators comes up, it’s tough to call between the T-1000 and the T-X. In terms of advanced abilities, the T-3000 might technically have it, but we’re talking about the big picture here. What’s iconic about the T-3000? Not a whole lot.

In this case, we’re going to give the top spot to the T-X. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines presented this model as the most fearsome yet: one of Skynet’s most advanced creations, a terminator of Terminators. It has several built-in weapons like a buzzsaw and plasma cannon (which no other Terminator up to this point has had) and could hack and take control of other machines.

Again, the T-850 was only able to finally destroy it with most desperate of measures (destroying them both with one of its volatile power cells). Was the Terminatrix the strongest of all? Quite possibly.

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2019-03-09 05:03:00

Chris Littlechild

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

Sonic the Hedgehog Movie & Terminator 6 Releasing 1 Week Earlier

Paramount Pictures has done some release date shuffling, moving both the Sonic the Hedgehog live-action/CGI movie and Terminator 6 up one week on the schedule. In addition, Paramount has pushed back the long-awaited sequel Top Gun: Maverick all the way to June 2020, one year later than the originally announced release date of July 12th, 2019. The Top Gun sequel will now share the summer with the sequel to A Quiet Place, which is targeted for release in May 2020.

Paramount has had a largely successful 2018 thanks to A Quiet Place, which grossed $332 million worldwide, and to Top Gun 2 star Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible – Fallout, with its $540 million worldwide tally. The studio is hoping to continue that momentum into 2019 and are counting on both Sonic the Hedgehog, an adaptation of the iconic video game, as well as the reboot Terminator 6, to be a big part of their box office plan for that year.

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Deadline reports Sonic the Hedgehog will now release on November 8, 2019. Terminator 6, on the other hand, will move up to November 15, 2019. Like Top Gun: Maverick, Terminator 6 is a co-production with Skydance.

Thanks to the new release date, Sonic the Hedgehog will find itself going up against the second week of Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984, which is set for November 1. Terminator 6, meanwhile, remains somewhat clear of the sure-to-be popular Wonder Woman sequel, while also moving off the release date currently claimed by Fox for an as-yet-unannounced Marvel movie. One guess is that the planned X-Force movie, to star Deadpool as well as Cable and Domino, will ultimately land in that November slot. Given the more mature subject matter of Deadpool/X-Force, Paramount may have thought it prudent to get the adult-targeted Terminator 6 out a week earlier to avoid the competition.

Without doubt, both Sonic and Terminator 6 figure to be big franchise plays for Paramount in 2019. With Sonic, the studio hopes to pull off the relatively rare feat of releasing a video-game-based movie that actually overcomes the dreaded video game movie curse. Jim Carrey has jumped aboard the endeavor to play the Sonic villain Dr. Robotnik, so the movie should definitely have some wild comedy mixed in with the super-charged Sonic antics. Meanwhile, on Terminator 6, James Cameron returns to the franchise as producer with hopes of cleaning the slate and kicking off a rebooted series built around the new characters of Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes) and a brand new Terminator (Gabriel Luna), with Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to bridge the gap with the original movies. It remains to be seen if Paramount will have a pair of winners on their hands when they drop Sonic the Hedgehog and Terminator 6 in November of 2019, on slightly different dates than originally planned.

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Source: Deadline

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