Linda Hamilton, who played Sarah Connor in the first Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day, is officially returning to the Terminator franchise… the role that made her famous. Linda hasn’t played the character again for about 25 years. T-2: Judgement Day was released in 1991.
James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger are involved in the new Terminator film. The new film is gonna be directed by Tim Miller. How is Cameron being involved? Well he is producing, of course. Cameron will also be involved in writing duties. While the plot and synopsis of the movie are being kept secret, Cameron hints that he wants a young 18 year old female to be the big star of the film. Hamilton and Schwarzenegger would be the co-stars, it looks like.
Looks like the next Terminator film is not gonna have anything to do with Terminator: Genysis. I bet the next film is gonna be some kind of continuation of T-2: Judgement Day. The next film could be a nice third installment of the original trilogy, ya know? It’ll be cool if they could get Ed Furlong back as John Connor if they can and I’m sure they’re gonna try to get him. I’m sure John Connor will still be the vital part of the story.
I’m a huge Terminator fan. Loved all the movies. Yes, I even thought T: Salvation and T: Genisys were great films. I thought Emilia Clarke made a great Sarah Connor; it’s kind of a shame that she doesn’t want to come back to the role.
I’m glad Linda is finally coming back, though. Linda is 60 years old now and that’s how you can tell it might be a continuation after T2: Judgement Day. I’m sure Linda as Sarah Connor will still be the badass tough woman kicking the bad guys asses like she was in Judgement Day. I’m sure Linda can still play the Sarah Connor character well after all these years; I’m sure she still got it!
Well, SDCC continues to get even crazier! Today some shocking news has been revealed by “Chuck” producer Josh Schwartz, that Linda Hamilton will be joining the cast of “Chuck” for the fourth season. She will be playing Chuck’s mom throughout most of the season. Sadly, Linda Hamilton herself wasn’t at SDCC but this is good news that Linda is returning to acting, as it seems she doesn’t act much these days.
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Turns out that Linda Hamilton has already recorded her voice overs for, “Terminator: Salvation”. You will hear her voice overs in the opening intro of the film, just like “T2: Judgement Day”.
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More great news, Linda Hamilton who played Sarah Connor in the first two Terminator films, just might return to the fourth installment to reprise her iconic role, in McG’s “Terminator: Salvation”. Only thing is though, Linda herself won’t be appearing on screen at all, she’s only doing voice overs. As in, telling the story of her son John Connor.
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Hopefully Linda will agree to do it. I remember over the years, she made a vow that she wouldn’t do another Terminator movie without Jimmy Cameron. Maybe she changed her mind somehow?
If they can’t get her, maybe McG will go after Lena Headey from the “Sarah Connor Chronicles” TV show?
“The Terminator” that stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton and Michael Beihn is now added to the National Film Registry in the Library of Congress, amongst other classics. Just the first “Terminator” only that was directed by Jimmy Cameron, not the other three Terminator films.
Everybody loves “T2: Judgement Day” to be the best Terminator film of the series, but honestly, I find that the first Terminator is the best of the series. I honestly love Arnold as the bad guy Terminator way more.
Linda Hamilton who played the original Sarah Connor in the first “Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” maybe in talks to have a role in the new Terminator film, “Terminator Salvation” but Hamiltons reps and lawyers responded to those rumours and shot them down that it’s not true.
The closest that she’ll ever be in the film that Linda Hamilton may have a picture taken for a photo that John Connor will have in the film, the film crew are trying to get her permission to take photos of her.
Don’t fret, Lena Headey who is the star of the “Sarah Connor Chronicles” TV series will not replace Linda Hamilton for the new film because that isn’t McG’s plan. Ever since James Cameron left the Terminator franchise, Linda Hamilton herself made a vow that she will NOT star in a Terminator film unless Cameron was helming it. She will not do a Terminator film without him.
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Even though Linda may not be in the new film at least McG should have flashback scenes of Sarah Connor from the first two films, that be sweet to see flashbacks.