Grace retorts that Sarah may have changed the future, but she did not change their fate, as footage of advanced new Terminators are shown which can multiply in an instant. James Cameron is back producing the film, his first time being hands-on with the franchise since 1991's Judgment Day. So, after a full day of asking fans what Terminator meant to them, they released a second trailer which asked us to think about what happens after Judgment Day. From slick action to a few more teases of the film's story and, of course, Arnie himself, there's much to enjoy in this latest preview and we're probably not alone in saying that Dark Fate keeps looking better and better the more we see of it. The newest film in the decades-long sci-fi series, Terminator: Dark Fate, will rebuke that trend and hit theaters with an R-rating. It's a solid action clip that proves 1) Linda Hamilton is still an action heroine and 2) this looks like a way to jump-start a new Terminator era in this nostalgia-loving world.
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A new trailer of "Terminator: Dark Fate" was launched on April 29 - the fictional judgment day as in the iconic "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" the date (August 29, 1997) is when Skynet launched a war against humanity. The film is directed by Deadpool's Tim Miller, and is scheduled for a November 1 release. Badass actress Linda Hamilton returns as the first Sarah Connor, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is also back again, along with Edward Furlong as the original John Connor. The narrative reasoning given by returning producer James Cameron is that they took place in alternate timelines, which allows Dark Fate to disregard them without having to come up with an in-movie convoluted justification. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. Grace then tells her that even if Connor changed the future, that doesn't change their fate, referencing the new Terminator movie's title.