Linda Hamilton’s Sarah Connor reunites with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 and comes to help Mackenzie Davis’ half-human, half-robot character, who protects Natalia Reyes’ Dani from Gabriel Luna’s new Terminator character.
AceShowbiz -Here’s the first teaser trailer for Paramount Pictures’ new “Terminator” film, “Terminator: Dark Fate“. The video highlights the key characters, including three new faces and two returning ones, without sharing much about the storyline.
The sneak peek has been intense since the beginning, showing Natalia Reyes‘ Dani, Mackenzie Davis‘ Grace and Diego Boneta‘s Miguel on the road as they’re being pursued by Gabriel Luna‘s new Terminator character, Rev-9. “Two days ago I had this nice, simple life. And now it’s a nightmare,” Dani says as a haunting song plays.
Grace gets on the back of the car and tries to stop Rev-9, but she gets injured, revealing that she is half-human and half-robot. “I am human,” she describes herself. The menacing Rev-9 has the ability to split into two separate units, allowing him to control a truck while attacking Grace back.
When Rev-9 is about to close in on them, Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor comes, looking ready for a combat with her weapons. She blows up the Terminator with a bazooka, but it’s suffice to say that they are not safe as Sarah turns to her old cyborg friend, Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s T-800, to help protect Dani. T-800 appears to have been enjoying a quiet and peaceful live in the woods, though it may be disrupted by Sarah’s arrival.
More confrontations between Grace and Rev-9 that take place in the water, land and air are previewed, as Grace’s objective is clear, to keep Dani alive.
The official synopsis for the movie has not been released yet, but it is described as a direct sequel to “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” and will ignore the subsequent movies. Tim Miller (“Deadpool“) serves behind the lens with the script provided by David Goyer, Justin Rhodes and Billy Ray, while James Cameron return as producer along with David Ellison.
The movie is due to open in theaters across the nation on November 1.
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