Terminator: Dark Fate reunites Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron with original franchise stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger for the first time in 28 years in a new action-adventure that picks up where Terminator 2: Judgment Day left off. Terminator: Dark Fate is directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool). The latest Terminator installment is a direct sequel to James Cameron’s original two films, The Terminator and Terminator 2.
Arnold Schwarzenegger made The Terminator unforgettable and it made him a megastar. Now “he’s back” as the iconic character – going from Judgment Day to Terminator Dark Fate releasing in this festive season. During a promotional appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Arnold revealed that one of the ways the upcoming action entertainer rewrites the history of the franchise is by explaining what his T-800 character has been doing since Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
“The Terminator has been, you know, around,” Arnie joked. “He has been terminating things, busy, working overtime! Also, at the same time, he has lived now enough time with human beings that he actually has acquired some kind of human behaviors.” The actor revealed that, in order to go unnoticed in human society, the Terminator had to get a job. He’s a drapery salesman.
Schwarzenegger revealed. “That’s actually Jim Cameron’s idea, but I then developed the character a little bit more and improvised some of the lines.” Terminator Dark Fate releases on 1 November in six languages: English Hindi Tamil Telugu Kannada and Malayalam.