Terminator: Dark Fate is the latest entry in the cyborg saga, and it’s set to revise and revive the franchise. In a move that’d make the T-800 proud, it’s jumping back in time to continue the story directly from T2: Judgement Day, proving definitively that the future is not yet set.
The film brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, who is reprising her role as Sarah Connor for the first time since T2. Mackenzie Davis co-stars as a soldier/cyborg hybrid sent back from the future.
In their new issue, Total Film magazine has full on-set access to Terminator: Dark Fate, featuring exclusive interviews with Schwarzenegger and Hamilton, plus franchise newcomers Davis, Gabriel Luna and Natalia Reyes, and director Tim Miller (Deadpool).
On shelves from September 20, the new issue also features a huge winter preview, featuring all the hottest tickets from the cold months ahead, including in-depth features on Zombieland: Double Tap, Doctor Sleep, Gemini Man, and much more. Plus, there’s a career interview with the legendary Terry Gilliam, who’s reflecting on 50 years of Monty Python.
Terminator: Dark Fate cover story
He’s back. She’s back. And so is the franchise that went off track for the last 27 years. Total Film heads on set of Terminator: Dark Fate to find out how you really follow up Judgment Day.
Read more: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are back in these exclusive images from Terminator: Dark Fate
Zombieland: Double Tap
What are the rules for reviving the zomcom-actioner after 10 years away? Stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin and Emma Stone tell Total Film about rewriting the rulebook for Zombieland: Double Tap.
Read more: Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson make sure to Double Tap in these exclusive Zombieland 2 images
On set of Gemini Man
Shot at 120 frames per second in native 3D and featuring the first fully digital human character threatening to conquer the uncanny valley, Gemini Man is the decade’s most technologically ambitious blockbuster. Total Film visits the set of Ang Lee’s latest groundbreaker to see the changing face of cinema.
Read more: Will Smith and Ang Lee discuss creating Gemini Man, their new technologically ground-breaking action thriller
The sequel to The Shining is finally here. Director Mike Flanagan and stars Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson tell Total Film about the terror of returning to everyone’s favourite old haunt with Doctor Sleep…
Read more: The most anticipated new horror movies of 2019 and beyond
Terry Gilliam interview
From Monty Python’s resident animator to director of Time Bandits, Brazil and Twelve Monkeys, Terry Gilliam has brought us twisted, surreal visions of the world for the past five decades. But as Python turns 50 and the celebrations begin, the Hollywood rebel is ready for something completely different.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
In the front section, we get the latest on Angelina Jolie’s return to the fairytale world of Maleficent in the upcoming Disney sequel. There are also interviews for Le Mans ’66 (Ford v Ferrari), The King, The Laundromat, Sorry We Missed You, and much, much more.
Read more: The most anticipated new Disney movies of 2019 and beyond
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