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Terminator: Dark Fate Gets the Funko Pop! Treatment

Thirty-five years after the original Terminator hit theaters, Funko is celebrating the reunion of original stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton by introducing a line of Pop! figurines for Terminator: Dark Fate.

Funko recently unveiled figurines based on the latest installment in the Terminator film series, including Schwarzenegger as T-800, Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Rev-9.

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"Welcome to the Day after Judgement Day. For 35 years, the Terminator franchise has enraptured and terrified fans with its vision of an apocalyptic future dominated by cyborg assassins," Funko stated on its website. "The adventure continues with Terminator: Dark Fate reuniting Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton in their iconic roles. Bring home your favorite characters including Pop! T-800, Pop! Sarah Connor with a Chase and Pop! Rev-9."

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Each figurine captures the essence of the iconic characters from the film series with a signature Funko twist.

A mature, bearded T-800 holds an assault gun in civilian clothing, sporting his signature aviator sunglasses.

Terminator Dark Fate Funko

Meanwhile, a metallic Rev-9 strikes a menacing pose with its piercing red eyes.

Terminator Dark Fate Funko

Connor gets two Funko Pop! figurines in the same post-apocalyptic outfit. One shows her with an assault rifle.

Terminator Dark Fate Funko

While the other shows her with her cell phone.

The Terminator: Dark Fate Funko Pop! figurines have not been given a release date, though Funko's website assures they will be available soon. Recently, the company unveiled even more movie-related figures, including John Wick's Funko Pop! set.

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Directed by Tim Miller and produced by James Cameron, Terminator: Dark Fate stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna, Natalia Reyes and Diego Boneta. The film is in theaters now.

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