‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Tried to Soften Sarah Connor, Linda Hamilton Said **** No

/Film | 7/22/2019 | Chris Evangelista
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Linda Hamilton hasn’t appeared in a Terminator film since 1992’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day. That’s about to change with this year’s Terminator: Dark Fate, which will see Hamilton once again play the ****-kicking Sarah Connor. Getting Hamilton back is a big deal, and certainly makes Dark Fate look more interesting than all the other lackluster Terminator sequels. It was a big deal to Hamilton as well, and she took it seriously – the actress recently revealed she flat-out refused to say certain lines in the script that were intended to soften her character.

What made Linda Hamilton come back to the Terminator franchise? A very detailed email from James Cameron. “He is very systematic like that — here are the pros, here are the cons,” Hamilton told THR regarding Cameron’s email. “We were both worried about letting the fans down. Pros: If it is good, then we will both be happy. And, if it’s bad, then we are gonna look like ****. There is also the shameless money grab. Then there was the life question: Do I really want to trade in my lovely, balanced life to descend into this madness again? But I am truly glad I did.”

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