Androids, shootouts, man-versus-machine.
The "Terminator" franchise is back with everything you are looking for in a sci-fi movie.
Directed by Tim Miller, "Terminator: Dark Fate" reunites Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger after 28 years, as they return to their roles of Sarah Connor and the T-800 Terminator.
At a press conference in Seoul on Monday, they both said they were delighted to be working together again.
"When we were there, in our costumes, I think it was a very natural, organic place that, you know, we just fell right back into it. I have been training for a year, I felt very very ready, and then, seeing Arnold and working with Arnold, just finished the picture for me."
"Now to be back again, dark fate, and to have everyone be united again, Jim Cameron, who wrote this movie and created the story, and to have Hamilton back now again, it's really fantastic. This is a really great combination."
Schwarzenegger also talked about how he and Linda both overcame their age through lots of training.
"When it comes to my age, I really don't feel age. I think it's because I train all the time. But I do, prepare myself for months in advance, and I work with the stunt department, with the stunt coordinators. For one year, she trained every day, and did the same kind of training to prepare for the role, as she did for Terminator 2. And you know, given that the age of 60, it's a whole different ball game, I'm sure, but she did it. And so now, she does not only set the new standard, I think, for women, in general, of what they can do on the screen, but also, what a 60 year old woman can do on a screen."
Schwarzenegger also said the "Terminator" franchise is not just for U.S. audiences, but is meant to entertain people all around the world.
"With action-movie legend James Cameron back on-board as producer, the Terminator fans will be hoping the sixth installment in the franchise lives up to expectations when it hits Korean theaters on October 30th.
Kim Jae-hee, Arirang News."