Linda Hamilton to Return to 'Terminator' Over 25 Years Later!


The new film, set for domestic distribution with Paramount with Fox handling it internationally, is also based on a story created by Cameron.

Plot details are presumably under tight security at Cyberdyne Systems, but with Hamilton coming back to the Terminator series, Cameron hopes to make a statement on gender roles and stereotypes prevalent in modern action movies.

The Hollywood Reporter announces that Hamilton is returning to the world of Terminator 25 years after saying goodbye. He says this about what he's crafting behind the scenes. We've seen the likes of Jackie Chan, Liam Neeson and more killing bad guys, but not many older females have been doing it lately.

Although Cameron is returning to the franchise, he won't be directing the new movie; choosing to produce instead, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) at the helm. It will be his second film as a director.

Since the Terminator franchise has been butchered by other filmmakers, James Cameron is wanting to retcon the past.

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Skydance and Paramount are joining forces for the new movie, which doesn't have a set release date yet. He and Miller have a writers' room hammering out the script. They are planning a trilogy, although each film can stand on its own.

There's now a writers room in place that includes David Goyer, Dark Angel co-creator Charles Eglee, and Josh Friedman, who served as the showrunner on The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

While James Cameron is the one who dropped the news that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be playing the guy who inspires the T-800 killer cyborg, the rest of the story is being kept completely under wraps.

THR adds that Cameron and Miller are treating the new movie as a direct sequel to Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day. And the themes of the potential evils of technology will once again be at the fore. "There will be mostly new characters, but we'll have Arnold and Linda's characters to anchor it".