Today during the panel Terminator: Dark Fate in Hall H of SDCC 2019, it was confirmed that the feature will be for adults, earning the Rated-R label.
Previously, the first 3 films by Terminator were R in the United States, then Terminator: Salvation and Terminator: Genesis classified as PG-13.
On the presentation stage were gathered Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, in addition to the presence of the cast, Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta, and Tim Miller, director of the feature.
“Exterminator DNA is a film for adults. It would be naive to do otherwise, is what the fans wanted“Miller said after saying that he had to redo numerous scenes because of Hamilton, Sarah Connor, letting go of the words with F.
James Cameron he could not attend in person, but on video he talked about Hamilton’s presence. “The key was that people love you in this character (Sarah Connor). They love your character. The fans just want to know what she looks like now. How is your life at this time? Is she still fighting the machines?“
The surprise is that the return of the actor has been confirmed Edward Furlong, who reprises his role as John Connor of Terminator: The Final Judgment.
In the end, a portion of the film was shown, the same as that shown during CinemaCon.
In the new film, we follow Sarah Conner (Linda Hamilton) and T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) back, in a film directed by Tim Miller and produced by James Cameron and David Ellison. The film will be a direct sequence of Terminator 2 – The Final Judgment.
The Terminator Future: Dark Destiny arrives on October 31 in Brazil.