Though the former star of 'Terminator' movies won't star in 'Terminator Salvation', he is rumored to be lending his voice for the action movie.
It has been confirmed previously that the original "Terminator" star, Arnold Schwarzenegger, won't be appearing in the forthcoming "Terminator Salvation", but it doesn't mean that he is completely cut off from the movie. Recently, it has been inferred that the actor-turned-California Governor will lend his voice to the film.
Sparking speculation that Schwarzenegger will do a voiceover, the action fantasy movie's producer Moritz Borman told Wired, "Schwarzenegger is governing California. He will not be, as a person, in the film." When asked further on the hidden meaning of his remark, he said, "I'm not going to answer the question about what we're trying, or what we want, or what we're toying with. It's really up to what fits in the film or not. Maybe his voice, or maybe not. It's really not settled."
Whether or not Schwarzenegger's voice will be featured in the film, "Terminator Salvation" is scheduled to hit the big screen on May 22, 2009. The movie will wrap its filming, which has been taken in New Mexico, on August 22. The McG-directed movie stars Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Moon Bloodgood, Common, Bryce Dallas Howard and Helena Bonham Carter.