‘Terminator: Dark Fate – La Mision de Dani’ is a trailer in both English and Spanish. The movie is a soft ‘revamp’ of the Terminator continuity in an attempt to re-inject new blood into the movie franchise. The movie is directed by ‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller.
You can watch the trailer right here:
‘Terminator: Dark Fate – La Mision de Dani’ showcases the sort of action that has become characteristic of the ‘Terminator’ franchise with explosions, gunshots, battles with the Terminator, and slow-motion robotic repairs upon injury. Fun, right?
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The first 30 seconds of the trailer begin with the ordinary life of Dani Ramos, seen shopping in Mexico City then returning home to her father and brother. Then, the time travel sequence introduces the deadly but oh-so-charming Terminator from the future. The Terminator is seen speaking to Dani’s father in Spanish. The language is in Spanish only to be intersected with Grace’s English. The trailer actually shows something different for a change. A human/soldier/assassin, in this case, Grace, actually stands up to a Terminator in combat. And a blonde, attractive young woman at that!
The stakes are quite high since, if Sarah Connor and her team fail to protect Dani from the Terminator sent on a mission to kill her, “everybody dies!”
What makes ‘Terminator: Dark Fate – La Mision de Dani’ stand out are its three female leads and the portrayal of a diverse human element. Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns as T-800, the Terminator from the future from the previous two Terminator movies, Mackenzie Davis stars as Grace, a soldier/assassin possibly from the future, Natalia Reyes stars as Dani Ramos, and Gabriel Luna as the Terminator from the future on a mission to kill Dani.
WHAT WE KNOW
Paramount has yet to release an official synopsis for ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’. In an interview with THR, Director James Cameron who directed ‘The Terminator’ and ‘Terminator 2: Judgment Day’ said that ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ continues the first and second movies.
“And we’re pretending the other films were a bad dream. Or an alternate timeline, which is permissible in our multi-verse. This was really driven more by [director Tim Miller] than anybody, surprisingly, because I came in pretty agnostic about where we took it. The only thing I insisted on was that we somehow revamp it and reinvent it for the 21st century.”
Paramount Pictures is set to release the movie on November 1st.