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Fans of the Terminator franchise have been waiting 28 years for Linda Hamilton to team up again with James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
And ahead of the release of the first teaser trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate, Paramount Pictures dropped the first poster for the movie on Wednesday via the film's official Twitter.
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In echoes of Schwarzenegger's famous line 'I'll be back', the poster trumpets 'Producer James Cameron returns' along with a solo image of Hamilton as Sarah Connor.
Hamilton's Connor, dressed in military attire, is pictured holding her loaded gun as she walks alone along a dusty highway with the sun behind her.
Implication - Fight
The implication is she's ready for a fight - a big one.
It's the first time Hamilton, 62, has returned to the franchise following the acclaimed Terminator 2: Judgment Day that became the highest-grossing film of 1991.
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And Dark Fate is being touted as a direct sequel to that movie with the poster tagline: 'Welcome to the day after Judgment Day.'
Cameron directed T2 and the original Terminator, released in 1984, but this time he leaves the helming to Tim Miller who directed 2016's hugely successful Deadpool.
Release - Franchise - Storyline - Terminator - Rise
While the upcoming release is the sixth in the franchise, it follows on from the original storyline as if Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines, Terminator Salvation and Terminator Genisys occurred in some parallel universe.
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