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Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton Reunite to Announce a New 'Terminator' Movie

Bettina Dizon
Jul 19, 2019
01:36 P.M.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are back in action and working together for an upcoming “Terminator” movie, which they announced at the Comic-Con on Thursday.


After the 1984 hit action film “Terminator,” actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are ready to team up for another blockbuster movie, “Terminator: Dark Fate.”

The two appeared at the Comic-Con in San Diego California to promote the sequel to their film and share some insights with their fans.

“I think that you will all be surprised with this movie because it has come out unbelievable. I was blown away by it when I first saw it,” Schwarzenegger teased.


The fitness guru also shared that the “Terminator” franchise “changed his life” and jump-started his career in the movie industry, making it a no-brainer decision to come back for another film.

However, his co-star, Hamilton, felt otherwise and had doubts about taking part in a sequel.

“I really gave it careful consideration,” she told USA Today. “I felt the first two were (great) and you want to retire a champion, but it was the passage of time. The character is the same, but time changes everything. What has happened to make her who she is now 27 years later.”


Schwarzenneger took to Twitter to thank his supporters for being at the Comic-Con event and showing “passion and energy” towards them despite the difficulty it took them to attend the event.


Although the stars have aged since their last film, the lead actor still has some of his original character resonating inside.

In a photo posted earlier this year, Schwarzenneger looked much like his younger self as he rode a bike.


He is still going with the times of today as he keeps posted on social media. In January this year, the movie star honored his “Total Recall” and “Terminator 2 and 3” producer Andy Vajna who passed away.

"Andy Vajna was a dear friend and a revolutionary force in Hollywood," Arnold wrote. "He had a huge heart, and he was one of the most generous guys around. I’ll miss him. My thoughts are with his family."