LOS ANGELES – Linda Hamilton set a brand new customary for feminine motion heroes greater than 30 years in the past, however her return to the “Terminator” film franchise prompted greater than a bit of soul looking out.

Hamilton, 63, reunites with Arnold Schwarzenegger and director James Cameron for “Terminator: Darkish Destiny,” out in U.S. film theaters on Friday.

“I kind of had an existential disaster in the beginning of the movie once I confirmed up and felt like ‘uh-oh,'” stated Hamilton.

“I've by no means felt extra alone in my life than once I began and that in all probability wasn't a mirrored image to what was occurring on set and round me. It was what was occurring inside me,” the actress stated.

Set 20 years after Hamilton performed Sarah Connor as a muscular mom battling futuristic cyborgs to save lots of her teenage son in 1991 movie “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” the brand new film sees her teaming up with an enhanced human to save lots of a Mexican manufacturing unit employee from a terminator from the longer term.

Hamilton stated she skilled her physique for a 12 months for the position in addition to “getting myself into Sarah's head, her disappointments, her sorrows, her guilt, all of the deep laborious stuff.”

The actress, who was married to Cameron from 1997 to 1999, shrugged off the acclaim she received for her earlier work as Connor, which led the way in which for the portrayal of robust girls on display screen.

“That is simply an actress taking part in a component and it is an accident of timing. It isn't that I did not do good work. It was that the world was able to obtain it too. So, I attempt to keep very, very balanced about it and by no means consider myself as an icon or having a legacy,” she stated.

So balanced that Hamilton stated she was trying ahead to returning to what she known as her “invisible” life at residence in New Orleans.

“When this film's open, I am simply going to, like, go underground, be invisible for some time,” she stated.

“I do not need to be that individual in my neighborhood. I need to be like, ‘Let's discuss our canines and our cats and the folks round us being born.' … I've established a really actual, genuine life for myself and I do not need that to alter once I go residence to it.”

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