Once again, Linda Hamilton is playing a badass.The TV and film actress is bringing her no-nonsense persona to Syfy's line-up. It's been confirmed that she'll appear on an upcoming episode of the supernatural series, Lost Girl.
Remember the 1987-1989 TV show Beauty and the Beast, starring Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton, with 14 episodes written by George R. R. Martin? If you haven't seen the show, you might have a chance to watch a new version: the CW may be remaking it.
We're now less than three weeks away from the return of Chuck, and NBC has released a few more pictures from the season premiere -- including the first shots of Linda Hamilton as Chuck's (Zachary Levi) mom.
When we last saw Chuck, he was listening to a recording from his dead Dad (which we don't consider a spoiler since, hey, this IS Chuck after all, and Scott Bakula's character could still be alive) telling him, "It's time you learned about your family." Namely, Mary Elizabeth Bartowski, Chuck's long-missing Mom.
Let's face it, some of us never got over Linda Hamilton. Those biceps, those pull-ups, the first James Cameron heroine ... then she left us, and stopped doing kick-ass parts. Now Hamilton is back, she's on Chuck and she's playing Chuck's mom! And series creator Josh Schwartz promised she'll be right in the center of the action.
It takes a special woman to be Charles Bartowski's mom. After all, he's the King of Geeks and needs parents (that is, actors) big enough to support his Nerd Herd status. Daddy (Scott Bakula) was the captain of a starship (Enterprise) and a noted time-traveler (Quantum Leap). So his mother should have some sci-fi street cred, too. And whoa mama, does she ever!
Here's an awesome idea for a fifth and sixth Terminator movie, which we hope someone jumps on.
Terminator star Linda Hamilton has reportedly already recorded her voice-over role in Terminator Salvation
MTV confirms a story we broke in January.
McG told SCI FI Wire that he's going to talk to the original Sarah Connor soon to get her involved in Terminator Salvation.