Paramount has released a second action-packed trailer for "Terminator: Dark Fate," the film that will reunite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton for the first time since producer/director James Cameron's 1991 blockbuster, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day."
And while she may look surprised and even upset to see the icon back in the film, Hamilton's Sarah Connor steals his classic line!
Produced by Cameron and co-written and directed by "Deadpool's" Tim Miller, the plot mirrors 1984's original "The Terminator": a savior is sent from the future to protect a young woman in the present -- Daniella (played by Natalia Reyes) -- from a futuristic killing machine sent by the machine-mind Skynet.
This time, there's a new, more advanced terminator -- the Rev 9, played by Gabriel Luna. Daniella's savior is Grace, played by Mackenzie Davis, a human-robot hybrid who apparently identifies as human.
Fittingly, the new trailer dropped just after midnight. As any "Terminator" fan knows, Aug. 29, 1997, is the date Skynet achieved artificial intelligence and began wiping out the human race.
The date "was supposed to be judgment day," says Hamilton's Sarah Connor in the new trailer. "But I changed the future. Saved three billion lives."
"You may have changed the future," declares Grace. "But you didn't change our fate."
In the clip, you still see Hamilton as the baddie we know and love.
In one scene, she drops a bomb and as she walks away, drops a verbal bomb of sorts, saying "I'll be back."
Whoa, that's Arnold's line!?
To add insult to injury, Connor tells the original terminator she's going to kill him when this is all over.
"Understood," he replies.
"Terminator: Dark Fate" opens Nov. 1.