Terminator Dark Fate: James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger Team Up Once Again And We Can’t Keep Calm

The hit producer-actor duo James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger are back! Terminator Dark Fate is soon to release and we can’t wait to see the high-octane action in the film

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Terminator Dark Fate: James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger Team Up Once Again And We Can’t Keep Calm
Terminator franchise has always been a favourite of the movie buffs who love high-octane action. As a treat to those, it’s time to watch Terminator back on the big screens. Terminator Dark Fate starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and produced by James Cameron is set to release in November. It will hit the screens on November 1 in India and will release in as many as six languages.  For those who love movies in regional languages, it is going to be one hell of a watch. 

Terminator Dark Fate will release in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malyalam. It was recently that Arnold shared the poster of Terminator Dark Fate. As usual, he looked badass despite being in his 70s. Check out the poster below: 

It was 35 years ago that Arnold started his journey as Terminator. It was in 1984 that The Terminator had hit the screens. This was the film that bought fame and name to Arnold Schwarzenegger like no other. It was directed by James Cameron however, Terminator Dark Fate is directed by Tim Miller. James and Arnold have given us many hit films hence their collaboration raises the bar of expectations. 

The trailer of the film is out and it has Linda Hamiltonn playing a pivotal role alongside Arnold. Linda essays the role of Sarrah Connor who fights to save the future from Skynet. Watch the trailer here:

The past few Terminator films have failed to live upto our expectations and we hope, this one wouldn’t be a disappointment. We are rooting for ya

Image Source: Twitter/Schwarzenegger
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