April 04, 2019 04:48
Updated April 4, 2019 at 5:12 p.m.
Future Terminator has changed their lives, said actors Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday in Las Vegas, featuring the sequel to this iconic science fiction film that gathers them 35 years after the opening of the first part of the saga.
"I'm very excited to have you all back, Jim Cameron and Linda Hamilton, the whole team is reunited," celebrated Schwarzenegger during Paramount's studio session at CinemaCon.
"It all started in 1984 and changed my life," said the former governor of the state of California, referring to the first installment of The Terminator that debuted that year. Schwarzenegger was baptized as the "Governor" during his tenure in the richest state of the United States and incorporated phrases like "Hasta la vista, baby" and "I'll be back", which were fundamental in his political career and now in their crusade for the environment.
Terminator: Dark Fate, which debuted in November and was directed by Tim Miller, is a direct continuation of Terminator 2: The Last Judgment (1991). Paramount presented a preview of the movie, which begins in Mexico, and shows the brave Sarah Connor throwing shrapnel and missiles at the new Terminator played by Gabriel Luna. "It's been 30 years since I joined Sarah Connor's shoes … that changed my life," said Hamilton, who is also on the stage along with the rest of the cast. "I can not wait to share this movie with you."
For his part, Schwarzenegger was impressed by how Hamilton recreated a similar scene from the second film in which he does push-ups. She smiled knowingly at the comment. The film features a diverse cast that includes Mexican Diego Boneta, Colombian Natalia Reyes, and Gabriel Luna, of Mexican descent, and Mackenzie Davis.