NSFW 'Terminator: Dark Fate' Trailer Has the Original T-800 Calling Himself Carl and Living With a Dog
Ok, before we get bombarded with hate mail from Terminerds, no, we can't confirm that the dog actually belongs to the T-800. Just looks that way.
IMDB confirms as being played (via capture motion) by Brett Azar.
Dark Fate also sees the return of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor who went from '80s waitress to deathdealing badass in the first two films. The 63-year-old Hamilton recently told FOX News that she spent a year getting in shape for the role, which included military training and SCUBA diving. Hamilton stars alongside Mackenzie Davis (Black Mirror), who plays Grace, a warrior sent from the future to pursue the Rev-9 who, for reasons that will undoubtedly be explained in the film, has been sent to terminate Dani Ramos (Colombian actress Natalia Reyes) in Mexico City. Davis' appearance in the trailer recalls Hamilton's look in Judgment Day: a clear signal – at least to us – about Connor's fate in the film (figure it out).
Missing from the trailer – and the poster and all the marketing material we've looked over – is Edward Furlong's John Connor despite his hugely-hyped return to the franchise. It seems that the future savior of the world has taken a much smaller role this time around. In an interview with Wetmovie, Furlong described his role as a "very, very small part" and appears in the film for a "very short amount of time." It's an interesting disclosure that raises questions about the timelines represented in this film, the role of John Connor in the future, and how this all ties in to the Rev-9's pursuit of Dani Ramos.
Alas, we'll have to wait until November 1st to find out.
Until then, check out the new trailer.