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Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger tease R-rated ‘Terminator’ sequel

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Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures’ “Terminator: Dark Fate.”
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Linda Hamilton stars in Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures’ “Terminator: Dark Fate.”

SAN DIEGO — Leave the kids at home, “Terminator: Dark Fate” is getting an R-rating.

Director Tim Miller tells the audience at San Diego Comic-Con that the fans demanded it.

To kick off the annual fan convention Thursday, Miller was joined by Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and other cast like Mackenzie Davis to promote the film which hits theaters Nov. 1. The audience cheered for the new action-packed footage.

In reprising her role as Sarah Connor, Hamilton says the character is the same but that time changes everything. Schwarzenegger says he’s addicted to the franchise.

James Cameron, who produced “Dark Fate,” also chimed in via a live broadcast from the set of the “Avatar” sequels. Cameron says Edward Furlong is also returning to play John Connor again.

Comic-Con runs through Sunday.

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