Linda Hamilton last played the role of Sarah Connor in the 1991 Film “Terminator 2: Judgement Day.” She was also in the original “Terminator” film in 1984. Now she’s back, to use a term often coined by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in the films. Now the first official photo of Hamilton’s return to the role in the latest reboot has been released.

The photo shows Hamilton, looking determined and fierce, with fellow co-stars Mackenzie Davis and Natalia Reyes. Reyes is said to be taking the lead role in the “Terminator” reboot as Dani Ramos, a young woman living in Mexico City.

So far, Davis’ role is unknown but according to a report by AOL, her name will be Grace. Diego Boneta and Gabriel Luna will also be starring in the reboot of the science fiction film series.

Sarah Connor’s progression in the ‘Terminator’ films

The character of Sarah Connor has developed from being a timid victim, right through to turning into a hardened warrior who even commits acts of terrorism. She does this as a mother who is intent on keeping her son John, who plays a vital role in the series, alive. The role has also been played by Emilia Clarke and Willa Taylor.

Will Arnold Schwarzenegger be back?

Arnold Schwarzenegger is supposed to be reprising his role as the Terminator itself, but production was held back after the actor underwent heart surgery.

The actor had to have a catheter valve replaced in March this year.

Spokesperson Daniel Ketchell is confident, however, as Schwarzenegger’s first words on coming around in the hospital were, “I’m back,” a play on his now iconic and memorable Terminator line. While the film was set for release in July 2019, the release date has been pushed back to 22 November 2019 for that reason.

Deadpool director involved in ‘Terminator’ reboot

The reboot of the film series is set to be directed by Tim Miller, who was involved in “Deadpool.” James Cameron and David Ellison will be producing the film. According to Cameron, the reboot will be a direct sequel to “Terminator 2: Judgement Day.”

As reported by AOL, the reboot will be the sixth movie in the long-running science fiction film series and Paramount will be distributing the film.

The last film, “Terminator Genisys” didn’t do too well at the box office, only raking in $89.8 million. However, “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” is the highest grossing movie so far in the series, and brought in a cosy $204.8 million.