Is it becoming a governor or an actor? Which one Hollywood action man Arnold Schwarzenegger chooses? Either one is okay anyway. It is well with him to become a governor and so to return to the big screen.
The actor reportedly has agreed to star in two big money sequels, namely "Terminator Salvation" and "True Lies 2." Speaking about the possibility that he would re-team with Oscar-winning director James Cameron in a fourth 'Terminator' installment, Eliza Dushku says, "We all caught up. Me, Jamie Lee Curtis, Arnold, and Jim (James Cameron), to talk about True Lies 2, about a month ago in California. We're doing it. Definitely doing it. I'm revved."
Meanwhile, we also have special effects expert at Stan Winston Studios, John Rosengrant who confirms "It's too early to figure out what a new Terminator would look like, or anything like that. You see the script and what spark comes from that, (talk) with the director and see what the vision is. It does no good to dream it up unless you write a treatment and try to get out there and sell it yourself."