Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn’t resist a dig at Donald Trump during his virtual commencement address, which otherwise detailed how he fought back from emergency open-heart surgery in 2018.
Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron all came back for the sequel. Here's what it all means.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was in a jokey mood as he appeared at San Diego Comic-Con to promote the upcoming sequel "Terminator: Dark Fate."
Get your first look at the trailer for "Terminator: Dark Fate," the first film since 1991's "Judgment Day" to feature original star Linda Hamilton.
The trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate doesn't drop until tomorrow, but here's something to tide you over: a teaser poster (see it below). You probably won't find much by way of clues, but have at it nonetheless. Directed by Tim Miller, Terminator: Dark Fate opens in theaters Nov. 1, with a cast that has T […]
The mastermind of the killer-robot franchise explains what brought him back after all these years and why he's scrubbing certain sequels from the "Terminator" timeline.