UPDATE: Linda Hamilton Narrating Terminator Salvation

UPDATE: Linda Hamilton Narrating Terminator Salvation

This would be the link that the studio needs to recreate the success of T2. Not only would this create a sense of nostalgia from the fans of the first 2 Terminator films but it also bridges the gap between the old and now new franchise.

By jman1977 - Mar 17, 2009 09:03 AM EST
Filed Under: Terminator
Source: chud.com

UPDATE: 3-17-09
CHUD.com has confirmed Linda Hamilton will have a voice over cameo in Terminator Salvation. No longer rumor it has happened.

Speaking to MTV news Linda Hamilton recently revealed that she is in talks to do some voice over work for the upcoming film Terminator Salvation. Linda goes on to say “We are talking, “I haven't read it yet. I don’t know what direction they will go in.” My contribution would be voiceover,” she said. “I would probably be very happy to loan my voice depending on what the material is. Wait and see. They're already writing it. We've been negotiating it.”

This would be the link that the studio needs to recreate the success of T2. Not only would this create a sense of nostalgia from the fans of the first 2 Terminator films but it also bridges the gap between the old and now new franchise. If fans get the jest that certain creative aspects have changed the feeling of a new film in a current franchise be it Terminator, LOTR, or The Batman, then studios brace themselves and hope that the fans approve of the change. If not, then the film is not successful ex T3. Their acting like that one never happened.

In fact when I heard that they were doing another Terminator, my initial reaction was "meh, but then add that the story will be set in the future (Sweet, we have been waiting for that since the opening scene in T2), and then add Bale as John Conner (great casting pick). Now put Linda Hamilton's voice in the beginning and hopefully end of the movie to tie all the loose ends up, and make it feel like a continuation of the successful arm of the franchise (I have to say perfect choice of actions), that move has just bumped up Terminator Salvation on my must see list of 2009 instead of waiting to see what some washed up critic has to say about the film.

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Osiris
Osiris - 3/17/2009, 10:18 AM
the studio is not ignoring T3 Kate Brewster is in this movie, and the director has stated that they aren't ignoring T3 as well.
THEHAWK
THEHAWK - 3/17/2009, 10:33 AM
Man! ya beat me to it, I was going to post this earlier.LOL
Smolo
Smolo - 3/17/2009, 12:16 PM
Its not like she is doing anything else.....
Juicerules
Juicerules - 3/17/2009, 12:51 PM
cool
FattSmelliott
FattSmelliott - 3/17/2009, 12:57 PM
I found out about this ages ago lol although I am still really pleased about the idea, but i'm not sure how it will fit in since she's dead
crappybumbum
crappybumbum - 3/17/2009, 1:05 PM
thats so awesome go Linda Hamilton!
CrookedJaw
CrookedJaw - 3/17/2009, 1:59 PM
this is old news
DarkAvengers
DarkAvengers - 3/17/2009, 2:52 PM
Makes sense. OOOhhhhhhhhh, goood for yoouuu.
loganoneil
loganoneil - 3/17/2009, 3:35 PM
FattSmelliott - is she dead? Is she REALLY dead? Does this movie tie into the other movies (in which case, you're right - Sarah's ashes), or will it dove-tail into the TV series, where she's 'not-so-dead' (in fact, I think she's getting better...).
ReikoLJ
ReikoLJ - 3/17/2009, 3:44 PM
It's not old news. It was just rumours before. Now she has confirmed it.

Much love to Linda Hamilton! <3<3<3
Superman4
Superman4 - 3/17/2009, 5:18 PM
Groovy

Superman4
DJCheckPoint
DJCheckPoint - 3/17/2009, 7:40 PM
Wowzers
GameAnime45
GameAnime45 - 3/17/2009, 7:44 PM
Nice, now this movie is full of win.
Talontd
Talontd - 3/17/2009, 9:22 PM
Should've been the one of the first things they did, but at least it got done.
TheLarTheorem
TheLarTheorem - 3/17/2009, 11:02 PM
[frick] the haters, this is big news! Great news!
MarkCassidy
MarkCassidy - 3/18/2009, 7:12 AM
She may not be dead. The whole multiple choice past and future concept of Terminator makes is possible for any character to come back to life
Smolo
Smolo - 3/18/2009, 8:41 AM
Ah time travel, haunting the dead since the first time time started :)
ReddHotPoker
ReddHotPoker - 3/18/2009, 9:26 AM
No! What they're going to do is clone Sara Connor in the far future and send her back to help John defeat the evil robots! Then they'll be stumbled upon by a spaceship full of rough-neck space pirates. The scientists will breed the aliens and in the end, Linda Hamilton will have to flush a half alien-half human hybrid out of the airlock!!!! WIN!!!!!

You heard it here first! (c)
KeepItReal
KeepItReal - 3/18/2009, 10:13 AM
I think it's fitting. She has been there since the beginning and so in one way or another she should be there till the end. I mean if they could fit her in somehow & have the means why not? It ties it all up nicely. The same for Arnold too. He should be there till the end. (harder for him being the govenor & all!)
Minotauro
Minotauro - 3/18/2009, 3:24 PM
Sure Linda, this must be your most recent and decent role you had in a long time?!..*voiceovering*
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