Among the list of arriving titles is a new episode of Hulu’s original monthly anthology series, “Into the Dark.” November’s episode is called “Pilgrim,” and claims to be inspired by true events — in which a woman invites a bunch of Pilgrim re-enactors over for Thanksgiving dinner. But things get spooky when the “actors” refuse to break character.
Other new arrivals include Season 5 of “You’re the Worst,” described as a modern look at love, the complete first seasons of “Dollface,” about a young woman re-entering the world of women, “The Accident,” which begins with a deadly explosion at a construction site, and “Love Island: Australia,” an answer to the U.K. and U.S. versions of the beloved reality dating show.
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That said, there are some promising signs. First and foremost is that the film is ditching the series’ tangled continuity post-Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Also, it’s bringing back Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton and Edward Furlong, and James Cameron contributed to its story. Now, there’s one other factor weighing in the film’s favor, as it’s been officially rated R. The MPAA’s reasoning for this is for “violence throughout, language and brief nudity.
The sixth Terminator movie reteams series stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, who haven’t been on screen together since 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The film also brings the duo back together with Terminator creator James Cameron, who returns to the franchise as a producer and story by scribe. Deadpool‘s Tim Miller directs. 20th Century Fox has overseas on the movie (minus Tencent in China).
We hear that the TV spot campaign for Dark Fate is about to kick into high gear. That said, note there’s a lot of upside here for Dark Fate to go significantly higher than what’s being safely reported today. Not only does the movie bring Cameron, Hamilton and Schwarzenegger back together, it returns the series to its R rating. That
In the game, you play as a resistance solider named Jacob Rivers, an enlistee of the Pacific Division. Fighting in Los Angeles 31 years after Judgement Day, prepare to see the post-apocalypse of the Terminator franchise only briefly glimpsed in previous films. Get ready to wield an entire arsenal of plasma weapons, level up your character, rise through the ranks of the Resistance and try to save other survivors, whose well-being will directly tie in to the ending you get.
Now, we should note that this is being published and developed by Reef Entertainment and Teyon, respectively, the companies behind that absolutely terrible on-rails Rambo game from a few years ago.
"I think the brand has been tainted a little bit. I don't want to disparage the work of any of those movies, and some of them were interesting, but I feel like they just played in the world of The Terminator - it was essentially a different thing. T2 was just one of those events that was a fucking revelation.
“It’s special,” Cameron said of the Terminator success that propelled him toward ever-grander spectacle projects like Aliens, The Abyss, Titanic, and Avatar. Sci-fi’s greatest showman moved on from his Skynet series in 1991, but now he’s reunited with his first great cinematic brand through Terminator: Dark Fate, the Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures release that hits theaters November 1.
Cameron is joined by the franchise’s two signature stars, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, as well as Edward Furlong, who was a child actor when he portrayed John Connor 28 years ago in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
To have him back feels like maybe he has his life together, and I’m really happy for him.
While attending a film panel at Comic-Con in San Diego, California on Thursday, Schwarzenegger, 71, was once again reunited with his original Terminator costar Hamilton, 62.
During the panel, Schwarzenegger praised the long-running franchise, which he had previously returned to for 2015’s Terminator: Genisys.
“I’m addicted to Terminator. Terminator was the movie that really launched my action movie career,” he shared, according to Entertainment Weekly. “From that moment on, everything has changed in my life.”
The actor went on to share how “happy” he was
According to several reports from those who were on hand at the Terminator: Dark Fate panel at Sdcc, Arnold Schwarzenegger's new T-800 will be named Carl. Yes, Carl. One of the most deadly killing machines in all of science fiction will actually be called Carl. The reveal came as
This is an incredibly simple yet very effective Comic-Con poster. It's a pitch-black background with a very imposing, practical looking Terminator endoskeleton at its center, looking menacing and destructive as ever. It truly recalls the cold open of T2 in the best of ways. I'm personally reminded of the first Alien: Covenant poster that simply featured a Xenomorph cloaked in shadow with just the word "run" printed on it. It's sort
One of the images sees the T-800 standing in front of a van looking old and grizzled. Yet he's still got no trouble firing a huge gun at some unseen enemies. There's also a poster image that features him gathered together with Linda Hamilton, who returns as Sarah Conner for the first time since Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Arnold Schwarzenegger had this to say about the movie in an interview that accompanied the images.
They're back! Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton reunite for Terminator: Dark Fate, and we've got the inside story.
If there is any film franchise potentially in need of hitting the reset button, it’s the Terminator series. Launched back in 1984 with The Terminator, a low-budget cult classic sci-fi thriller, and continued in 1991 with Terminator 2: Judgment Day, one of the most spectacular and groundbreaking action blockbusters of all time, the franchise sent itself down several different and twisting narrative roads over the course of three more movies and an acclaimed but short-lived TV show.
But now a new film, Terminator: Dark Fate (out Nov. 1), is taking a different tack. The story threads pursued in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator Salvation, and Terminator Genisys have been jettisoned in favor of a direct sequel to writer/director James Cameron’s first two films. The contorted continuity that plagued the later entries is,
We tend to think of the Netflix anthology show as dystopian, but maybe Black Mirror is more upbeat than everyone thinks.
This article contains spoilers for Black Mirror through season 5.
Binging Black Mirror from the beginning can be dangerous for your emotional health. Anyone who has done this with the first two seasons knows this is true. You can’t watch the pig sex in “The National Anthem,” Jodi Whitaker commit adultery in “The Entire History of You,” and then, Jessica Brown Findlay get brainwashed in “Fifteen Million Merits” without starting to dread the pervasiveness of certain societal and technological trends. And yet, something has happened to Black Mirror since that first season. At some point, the darkest sci-fi show of them all, actually became… optimistic?
The pseudo-minimalism of Black Mirror season 5 might, at a glance, seem like a return to form. Like season 1, there are only three episodes,
Terminator 2: Judgement Day saw Sarah Connor, John Connor, and the T-800 wipe out Cyberdyne, the company responsible for Skynet. The T-1000 was sent back in time to take out John Connor in the movie and ultimately failed. In Terminator: Dark Fate, there
For what it’s worth, producer James Cameron has described the upcoming flick as a direct continuation of 1991’s fondly remembered Terminator 2: Judgment Day. And if a new report from Heroic Hollywood is anything to go by, then we may have a pretty good idea of how Dark Fate will continue the sci-fi saga.
As you may recall, Judgment Day ended with Sarah and John Connor preventing the rise of Skynet. Granted, twelve years later, that conclusion was effectively reversed in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, but in the alternate timeline of Dark Fate,
As the character wasn't born yet in the original movie, John Connor first appeared in T2 portrayed by Edward Furlong. As the leader of the Human Resistance responsible for taking down Skynet in the future, John is the
Linda Hamilton makes her return as the iconic Sarah Connor in the first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate which dropped on Thursday.
Produced by James Cameron and directed by Tim Miller, the film has been described as a sequel to his 1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day — which was also the last time Hamilton portrayed the character.
The film includes Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-800 robot that was first sent to kill her (and therefore her unborn son, John Connor) in the original 1984 film.
Three films followed — Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator: Salvation (2009) and Terminator: Genisys(2015) — but
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