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In a symposium at University of Southern California, the 'Terminator' actor takes on political issues and the influence of the entertainment industry on the society.
The 'Total Recall' helmer says that the upcoming remake of the famed horror tale is 'a darker twist on the material, a scarier version.'
Arnie says the David Ayers-directed film will be in the vein of his iconic 1987 sci-fi film, except that 'there will be a different twist to the whole thing instead of some alien monster.'
Arnie and Sly star as two old buddies who team up to escape a high security prison, which apparently is designed by none other than Sly's character himself.
The former Governor of California got a brief jail time after he sneaked off his military camp in Austria to enter a bodybuilding competition.
Sporting aviator glasses to complete his brown shirt and leather jacket, Arnie portrays a small-town aging officer who must deal with a most-wanted drug kingpin.
The Jake Sully of 'Avatar' is in talks to join the former Governator in a movie about a DEA team which is tasked to battle the world's deadliest drug cartels.
There used to be reports that Bruce Willis was in talks to star in the actioner but two years have passed since.
Words are, the former California governor no longer hopes that a reconciliation with estranged wife Maria Shriver is likely to happen.
Revealing that he'd like people to get curious about how Murphy becomes his brother in the 'Twins' sequel, Schwarzenegger says, 'That would be hilarious with what we know about someone like him.'
The pairings include Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton and Lionel Richie, as well as Rascal Flatts and Steve Martin.
Schwarzenegger has signed on to return as the twins in a follow-up film, 'Triplets', where his and Danny DeVito's characters will meet their third sibling.
Earlier report that the former California governor and his estranged wife have been going to couples therapy has been debunked as an insider insists that the two are 'not in counseling.'
Arnie has officially signed on to join Sly in the upcoming Mikael Hafstrom-directed action film, which centers on the story of the world's foremost authority on structural security.
Delighted by his coincidental run-in with his 'Expendables 2' co-star, the former California governor posts a picture of them happily chatting while lying in their hospital beds.