Genetically blessed Neighbours veteran and Australia’s newest celebrity we will know doubt protectively claim with zeal Margot Robbie is, according to The Hollywood Reporter, testing for the role of a young Sarah Connor in the upcoming Terminator reboot—the franchise whose most recognisable catch phrase proves to be searingly telling of its longevity, propensity for coming back, etc.
Robbie, who pulled the classic Australian actor’s move and scored roles in American productions (Pan Am, the upcoming Wolf of Wall Street alongside Leonardo Di Caprio) in order to get famous famous, not just Neighbours famous, is reportedly set to test for the role in the anticipated fifth instalment of The Terminator, vying for the spot alongside mother of dragons Emilia Clarke and Brie Larson (United States of Tara).
Naturally, The Terminator wouldn’t be nearly as ridiculous charming without Arnie (cc: Terminator 4); it goes without saying that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back for the reboot; John Connor’s role is still open, though Tom Hardy is considered a likely, and obvious, contender.
The refreshed franchise has a July 1, 2015 release date and has been signed as a trilogy, meaning whomever lands the role of Sarah Connor will be in for some serious seasons of Hollywood summer blockbuster madness. Trump Khalessi and bring it home, Margot, you could soon be getting all amongst this.