The fate of John Connor has seemingly been revealed in new leaks and spoilers that originated from Reddit with numerous leakers stating that they had seen the movie at test screenings. With accounts of these test screenings differing in detail; one would assume that some falsehoods might possibly be being told but what if audiences are being tested by official sources with different versions of the movie? What if we the fans, and audiences, are being tested so the studios can make the best decision for the movie…? We discuss all of this in our breakdown video and go into more detail about the survival of John Connor,- which you can watch below. Not only have the leakers memories improved with time but they appear to have gained an almost photographic recall of the footage from the initial screening — all of which brings into question the validity of the information.
Terminator teases sixth instalment with all-female photo
Terminator: Dark Fate had me at hello. More specifically, it had me at Linda Hamilton firing a gun in slow motion in her full silver fox glory. But director Tim Miller Deadpool now gives us another reason to return to the iconic franchise, and that reason is scaring the pants off of the entire internet trolldom. The film received some misogynistic blow-back on social media from the release of its first image, which featured the trio of women who anchor the film: Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, and Hamilton. Angry nerdboys were triggered by the all female line-up, but Miller is unconcerned with their opinions.
The movie doesn't yet have a title but Paramount has revealed a breathtaking shot of the kick-butt "Women of the New Terminator" movie. Against a background of a bombed-out highway, the photo shows actresses Natalia Reyes, a shredded and scarred Mackenzie Davis, and yes, original "Terminator" series star Linda Hamilton, looking fierce. In the second movie she's become a lethal instrument, determined to protect her son at all costs. Her appearance signals that this movie -- technically the 6th "Terminator" movie -- will continue where "T2" left off while deleting the events of 's "Terminator 3: The Rise Against the Machines," and particularly the fan-and-critic-drubbed "Terminator: Genisys.