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The first trailer for "Terminator: Dark Fate" reveals the day after "Judgment Day," with Sarah Connor returning to the franchise to give humanity a fighting chance. Linda Hamilton reprises her iconic role and reunites with creator James Cameron for the first time since 1991. This time, Connor has encountered a new Terminator robot (played by Mackenzie Davis) sent to defend another girl (Natalia Reyes) who might be key to survival. "How do we win?" she asks her robotic protector. "We win by keeping you alive." Also Read: Arnold Schwarzenegger Drop-Kicked in the Back During Sporting Event in South Africa (Video) The original Terminator himself is also back in action, with Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to the franchise.

He'll face off against another all-powerful T-1000 (played by Gabriel Luna), this one with the ability to turn to liquid and split into a second Terminator figure. Cameron co-wrote the story for "Dark Fate" and was heavily involved in the process as a producer, but it's Tim Miller, the director of the original "Deadpool," who is in the director's chair this time around for what is meant to be the definitive sequel to the original franchise, somewhat ignoring some of the other films that have come since Cameron's "T2: Judgment Day" hit theaters. And in case it wasn't clear, they've even released a special featurette with Cameron himself assuring you this is the real deal. Also Read: Arnold Schwarzenegger Says James Cameron Is Heavily Involved in 'Terminator 6' "'Terminator: Dark Fate' is the direct sequel to 'Terminator 2," Cameron says in the clip. "We pick up the characters that we knew from 'Terminator 2," and we carry them forward." "He knows the material like nobody else," Miller says of Cameron.

Watch the featurette here. From Paramount Pictures and Skydance, "Terminator: Dark Fate" hits theaters on Nov. 1. Watch the first trailer for the film above, and check out a new poster below: Actress Clea DuVall arrives for the the 23rd annual SAG Awards in Los Angeles on January 29, 2017. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo Mackenzie Davis will co-start in "happiest Season." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo TriStar Pictures is set to release"Happiest Season," starring Kristen Stewart on Nov. 20, 2020. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo May 15 (UPI)--TriStar Pictures said Wednesday it plans to release its holiday movie Happiest Season on Nov. 20, 2020.

eOne, which is co-financing the film, will distribute it in the United Kingdom and Canada. Veep actress Clea DuVall is directing the romantic comedy, which will star Twilight icon Kristen Stewart and Halt and Catch Fire actress Mackenzie Davis. Happiest Season is about what happens when a young woman plans to propose to her girlfriend, but discovers she hasn't come out yet to her conservative parents. The project was first announced in January. When they find themselves cornered on a highway, they are saved...

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In this teaser trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate, we find a mysterious woman (Mackenzie Davis) protecting another woman (Natalia Reyes) on the run from a new model Terminator (Gabriel Luna). When they find themselves cornered on a highway, they are saved by an older Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton). It's then revealed that the mysterious woman is a cyborg from the future but not just another Terminator, and together they set out on a mission to protect her - leading to another encounter with the original Terminator (Arnold Schwarzengger). A stream of compressed air streams from the tube as Troy sixth grade student Charles Brower launches his homemade rocket during a Future Begins Today field trip to WACO Field and Aviation Learning Center on Monday. ©2019 Miami Valley Today, All rights reserved Troy teacher Bethany Luciano shows her excitement as she watches her rocket fly downrange at WACO Field on Monday during a sixth grade The Future Begins Today field trip. Troy sixth grader Calista Hicks smiles from the pilots seat of an airplane at WACO Aviation Museum and Learning Center on Monday. Mackenzie Davis of Troy watches intently to instructions on how to construct a model rocket during a Troy 6th grader Future Begins Today field trip to the WACO Aviation Museum and Learning Center.