Though it is very unlikely for Arnold Schwarzenegger to return to show business, there appears to be a possibility to see the Governor of California on the big screen again, even just a glimpse of him.
Boston Herald reported that MGM Chairman and CEO Harry Sloan has given a hint that Schwarzenegger could possibly make an appearance in the company's "Terminator Salvation", the fourth installment of the hit series of which previous three billed the actor as the lead each.
"But Arnold may do a cameo," so Sloan said upon revealing that the project's filmmakers are in the hunt for another actor to play the new Terminator. "I think it's in his contract."
The third sequel to the 1984 original "Terminator", the picture has already had David C. Wilson onboard to pen the script along with Michael Ferris and John Brancato. Ferris previously opened up little details on the movie's plot, saying that the audience this time "will learn about Skynet and what that postapolyptic future is like."