Arnold Schwarzenegger & Linda Hamilton Reunite for ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Photocall
Arnold Schwarzenegger, 72, and Linda Hamilton, 63, have finally reunited after 28 years. The Terminator veterans have built sizable careers apart from the science fiction franchise. While Schwarzenegger has spent much of his off-screen time as a professional bodybuilder and went on to become the 38th governor of California, Hamilton has spent much of her time on the television screen playing prominent characters in Chuck, Defiance and Lost Girl.
In the 1984, classic action film Hamilton played Sarah Connor while Schwarzenegger played the T-800 robot (infamously known as “The Terminator”) that was sent to kill her. The two continued these roles together in the 1991 sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day and will now be returning again in the 2019 followup Terminator: Dark Fate Photocall. Over the years, the franchise has garnered critical acclaim and won multiple awards such as Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival (1985), National Film Preservation Board (2008) and Online Film & Television Association (2019).
On October 17, the Hollywood stars reunited at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London to celebrate the film and promote its latest installment. They seemed excited to be together again and even showed adoration for one another with a big kiss on the red carpet.
There is no doubt they will bring this passion back to the big screen on November 1 when Dark Fate is released in theaters.