This summer, Terminator 2: Judgment Day will celebrate its 28th anniversary, but in all the years since its release, the franchise still hasn’t given us another another installment that’s been particularly worth watching. And even though most fans are approaching the next Terminator film with a fair amount of skepticism, the involvement of James Cameron as producer does bode well for it.
Since filming wrapped last November, we haven’t seen any footage from the project and though we have witnessed a little behind-the-scenes content, we’re still pretty in the dark when it comes to what we can expect. One thing we do know now, however, is the official title, as Paramount has revealed that it’ll be called Terminator: Dark Fate. Without having any plot details to dig into and no explanation from the studio, we’re unsure of what the meaning behind the moniker may be, but at the very least, it’s definitely a better title than what we saw with the last installment, which was called Terminator Genisys.
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In any case, aside from Cameron and of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to the franchise, we can also look forward to seeing Linda Hamilton reprising her role as Sarah Connor. And as for the newcomers, Mackenzie Davis is on board as a soldier-assassin named Grace, while Gabriel Luna is thought to be playing a new type of Terminator. All things considered, it’s a solid cast and one that we hope can return the property to its former heights.
From everything we’ve heard, it definitely sounds like the team’s trying to recapture the magic of the first two outings, and we’ll find out if they’ve managed to do just that when Terminator: Dark Fate arrives on November 1st, 2019.