Emilia Clarke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jai Courtney and J.K. Simmons recently attended the world premiere of “Terminator Genisys” in Berlin. The actress wore a Balenciaga ensemble consisting of a black and white dress and matching black heels, according to Just Jared. She wore her hair short and accessorized her look with a pair of pearl earrings, winged eyeliner and bright red lipstick.

Clarke took to Instagram to share her look. She posted a photo of herself while getting dressed and captioned it “New day new 'do... En route to #terminatorgenisys world premiere! Thank you @apolillo for bringing sexy back.”

Meanwhile, Courtney was seen in black from head to toe. He wore a black suit and coupled it with a black shirt and black tie. He also wore a beard and was seen posing with Clarke. Schwarzenegger attended the event with his girlfriend Heather Milligan. He looked dashing in a black suit and white shirt.

More than 30 years since the original film, Schwarzenegger returns to play the iconic role of Terminator in the fifth installment of the “Terminator” series. His character will be called Guardian and he will play a father figure to Clarke’s character Sarah Connor.

For Schwarzenegger, playing Terminator was like “riding a bicycle.” "You don't lose it. You don't forget,” he told People. He also did a lot of physical training to be able to accomplish physical stunts in the film. “I always stay in pretty good shape, except with this one I stepped it up a notch. ... I did more cardiovascular training just to make sure I'm ready for the stunts,” he added.  

Schwarzenegger also thinks that Clarke did a brilliant job with her character, as it was tough to play this kind of role. Clarke also reportedly handled weapons really well in the fight scenes.

“Terminator Genisys” opens July 1. It concerns John Connor, who sends his trusted lieutenant Kyle Reese into the past to save his mother, Sarah. When Reese goes back in the time he finds the original past has changed. Now he, Sarah and Guardian have to save themselves from T-1000 and T-3000. Alan Taylor has directed the film and Davind Ellison and Dana Goldberg have produced it.