Tim Miller's TERMINATOR Reboot Casts Mackenzie Davis As The Face Of The Franchise

The upcoming soft reboot of the Terminator franchise from director Tim Miller and executive producer James Cameron plans to ignore all of the events that followed Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

Deadpool director Tim Miller is spearheading development on a new Terminator film that was initially written by original Terminator director, James Cameron. 

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are confirmed to reprise their respective roles in the franchise with filming expected to start this Summer. 

The film will pick-up directly after T2: Judgement Day and will hit North American theaters on July 26,
2019.


According to Variety, Halt and Catch Fire and Blade Runner 2049's Mackenzie Davis has joined the cast in a role that the site describes as "the face of the rebooted franchise." Is she playing a younger version of Hamilton's Sarah Connor? That's just speculation but given the time-traveling escapades of the franchise, it's certainly possible.

Are you excited to have Cameron return to the Terminator franchise or have the inferior installments following T2 completely caused you to lose all interest?

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