Linda Hamilton will be back as Sarah Connor in new ‘Terminator’ film Video

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We’re going to begin with Arnold schwarzenegger. Remember he warned us he’ll be back. I’ll be back. Wow. Am I sick? That sounded scary. Anyway he warned us he would be back. Now we know he will. Arnie returning to the “Terminator” franchise along with none other than Linda Hamilton. I love it. I do love this. Excited to share this. Since 1991’s “Terminator 2: Judgment day.” 1991. She’s going to play tough as nails waitress Sarah Connor. Arnold will be the unstoppable killing machine sent from the future to hunt her down and producer James Cameron made the announcement celebrating the account terminator” series saying it will make a huge statement on ageism in films, which is terrific. I love it. I wanted to be heifer. She had guns. So strong and — Ahead of her. She was. And now she’s right here in this time. Further details on the story line top secret. We do know Cameron brought in director Tim Miller who had success with “Deadpool” and picks up where “Judgment day” left off and expected to hit theaters in 2019. Looking forward to that. Also in “Pop news,” “Game of thrones,” this one for you, girl. There was a lot of news this morning and I wanted to share this with Amy addicted to the series. I don’t know if you like this little show, “Game of thrones.” So popular that HBO is now betting on a potential fifth prequel series. Wow. Ooh. They have four in the works and will now go a fifth held by the guy who worked on “Throne” since season one and George R.R. Martin says he loves them almost as well as he does. The details on all five of these prequel series are top secret. We do know, you will not see any familiar faces, all of the shows will get entirely different casting. Wow. Wow. All right. Five different series, though, I can’t imagine how they’ll do it. Already confusing enough. I have to rewatch episodes as it is. The crazy thing she’ll watch all five. Yeah. We may never see Amy robach again. So, and some box office news. Breaking records. No thanks to me by the way because the idea of a giant evil clown hunting me down is my worst nightmare but apparently not yours because “It” is on track to become the highest grossing horror film ever even creeping up on “The exorsist.” What is it with clowns. Stop it. Pennywise is the reason why it’s closing in on $270 million domestically. It’s a good film, though. Those kid, their acting ability. It’s so great. I really…

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