Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a loving birthday message to his “Terminator” costar Linda Hamilton and shared a photo of them reuniting on set.
“Happy birthday to my dear friend Linda Hamilton,” Schwarzenegger wrote on Instagram on Wednesday. “One of my favorite co-stars, a true bada–, and a wonderful human being. I’m pumped to be back together again.”
Hamilton will be back as Sarah Connor in the upcoming “Terminator” sequel. The actress first played the role of Sarah Connor in the original 1984 movie and again in the 1991 sequel “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”
“Deadpool” director Tim Miller will shoot the film with series creator James Cameron returning to the franchise for the first time since “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” as a producer. Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Luna and Diego Boneta also star.
The “Terminator” reboot is the sixth film in the long-running sci-fi series, with Skydance producing and Paramount distributing. The last film in the franchise, “Genisys,” grossed $89.8 million at the box office. The highest-grossing film in the franchise was “T2,” which earned $204.8 million.
The next “Terminator” will be released on Nov. 22, 2019.
See the post below.
Happy birthday to my dear friend Linda Hamilton. One of my favorite co-stars, a true badass, and a wonderful human being. I’m pumped to be back together again. pic.twitter.com/jTaBLQK2qv
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) September 26, 2018
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