Terminator dark fate is blowing in box office! Here what you should know.

The popular science fiction movie series Terminator is back again as Terminator: Dark Fate. Though it did not get an impressive response in the box office, still the reviews are quite good. But there is a …

The popular science fiction movie series Terminator is back again as Terminator: Dark Fate. Though it did not get an impressive response in the box office, still the reviews are quite good. But there is a piece of good news for the fans! They can revisit this magical creation by Tim Miller (who also directed Deadpool) with Digital HD, Blue Ray, or 4K Ultra HD in January next year, Paramount picture announced.

In the lead, Linda Hamilton is back with her iconic role of Sarah Connor, and there is Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-800 Terminator. The cast also includes Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna as some new characters. This film is the sixth item from the famous Terminator franchise. It is quite clear that Dark Fate is a direct sequel of Terminator: Judgement Day as the storyline of the latest one starts at the very point of the judgment day itself. Also, what fans mostly liked is the reunion of the lead actors of the Terminator franchise.

The story roughly depicts some activities of Sarah, Dani Ramos, that can have some more significant impact on humanity. Then there comes the protagonist T-800 Terminator for an act of revenge. Battle-hardened Sarah after the judgment day teams up with an unexpected ally Carl (an aged Terminator played by Schwarzenegger)  and an enhanced super soldier to stop the deadliest Terminator that murdered John years back.

After two decades, Rev-9 (played by Gabriel Luna), who arrives from the future, is sent back to the city to murder Daniella Ramos. On the other hand, Grace (played by Mackenzie Davis), a cybernetically enhanced soldier, is assigned to protect her! Then the battle starts

Though the box office response was not upto the mark, hopefully, fans would give a positive review to the Digital, 4k, and Blue Ray versions.

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