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The new ‘Terminator’ movie: Everything we know so far



The Terminator franchise is returning to the big screen with original director James Cameron in a producer role. The upcoming film has a new star playing the titular Terminator, and now we have our first look at the film’s leading ladies.

It’s difficult not to be excited about the prospect of a new Terminator trilogy — as Cameron has teased — especially considering the acclaimed filmmaker (who largely dropped his involvement after Terminator 2: Judgment Day) is back, albeit as an executive producer. Deadpool director Tim Miller will helm the first film in the new trilogy, and Arnold Schwarzenegger will return as the classic T-800 Terminator, with original franchise star Linda Hamilton also reprising her role as Sarah Connor.

With the Terminator sequel scheduled to hit theaters November 22, 2019, here is everything we know about the movie so far.

The ladies of Terminator

Paramount Pictures released an official photo from the still-untitled Terminator sequel on August 1. The image features the film’s three leading ladies: Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, and franchise veteran Linda Hamilton.


Little is known about the new cast members joining the series at this point. Reyes (La Vendedora de Rosas) will play a character named Dani Ramos, while Davis (Blade Runner 2049) will play a character named Grace. Given the markings all over Grace in the photo, it seems reasonable to suspect she has some unique elements at play in her character.

Heroes and skeletons

The first photos from the set of the film in Andalusia, Spain, found their way online in May 2018.

Over at TheTerminatorFans.com, a set of images featuring the crew preparing a desert set in the city of Almeria suggest that at least some of the film will be set after humanity gets hit hard by Skynet. The photos show the crew laying out skeletons in the sand, with a crashed helicopter is half-buried nearby.

Meanwhile, a fan posted a selfie with franchise star Hamilton in Madrid during a break in filming that offers a peek at the Terminator veteran. The photo — and the fan’s comments on meeting Hamilton — can also be found at the Terminator fan site.

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thats the beauty of time travel and reboots  , just wave a magic wand and undo what you don't like .    director Tim Miller is also listed as one of the  writers for the story but not the screen play  .    since James Cameron is up to his big blue monkeys filming Avatar #2 & #3 and pre -production of #4 & 5  , I am sure other than script approval and casting he will have little to do until editing .   with all filming at the same time it will keep him very busy for the next two years .  then more Avatar movies .  

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Honestly, I think they should just leave the Avatars alone.  The first movie was good, and it would be nice if they came up with something new instead.  Oh well, in their eyes, my opinion doesn't count.  #2 and #3 are more than enough, but #4 and #5, good grief.  I'm sure you're right Walkabout, Cameron will have everyone else do most of the work, but he will have the final decisions.

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he has to make money to pay for all that deep water sub diving he has done .  I think he holds the record on the number of dives on the Titanic and he has done the deep trenches in the Pacific Ocean.  supposedly he is using footage from those trips in the Avatar movies . 

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