Terminator: Dark Fate Deleted Scene Puts Its Heroes on the Run

Next week, Terminator: Dark Fate is set to debut on Digital HD. But first, IGN has revealed a new deleted scene from the sequel.  The scene features Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton), Grace (Mackenzie Davis) and Daniella (Natalia Reyes) as they go up against enemy soldiers. They’re following orders from Gabriel/Rev-9 (Gabriel Luna), who wants to “take them down.” But the heroines won’t go down without a fight.

It’s unclear why the scene was cut, as it showcases Grace’s quick-fire abilities as a soldier. It also gives Sarah an opportunity to take someone down. Presumably this scene was left on the cutting room floor to keep the film on pace.

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Terminator: Dark Fate also brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger as Carl, an aged T-800. Carl is likely to have a few deleted scenes in the home release as well.

Although Terminator: Dark Fate wasn’t a runaway box office success, it did make $281 million worldwide. Perhaps it will find domestic success with its Digital HD on January 14; and Blu-Ray release on January 28.

Do you think this scene should’ve made it into the final cut of the film? What other deleted scenes do you hope to see? Let us know in the comments below!

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