The director revealed that he had to ask the actress to stop smiling.
Terminator: Dark Fate saw the return in the saga of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, being a direct sequel to Terminator 2 – Judgment Day.
Apparently, during filming, the actress could not help but smile in some scenes. Director Tim Miller had to beg Linda Hamilton to stop smiling when she fired guns. Despite her occasional lightheartedness, Hamilton’s performance as Sarah Connor has had a significant impact on the portrayal of strong, independent female characters in cinematic history.
Her transformation from mild-mannered waitress to fierce warrior in Terminator 2: Judgment Day is considered a milestone of the genre. The Terminator franchise also popularized the concept of time travel and introduced new ideas about artificial intelligence and its potential consequences. Overall, the films have had a lasting impact on the action and sci-fi genres.
Terminator: Dark Fate flops at the US box office and collects only 29 million
Although Terminator: Dark Fate was lauded for its action scenes and performances by the cast, it received mixed reviews from critics and underperformed at the box office. Therefore, we will hardly see a new chapter in the saga, but you never know in Hollywood.