Producer Robert Rodriguez has not ruled out possibility of Arnold Schwarzenegger being involved in "Predators". Talking to Josh Horowitz of MTV News, the man well known as the director of "Sin City" admitted he would love to bring back the original "Predator" star if the script makes it possible.
"I don't know," Rodriquez answered when he was asked whether he could find a way to weave Schwarzenegger into his "Predators", like what director McG did in "Terminator Salvation". He immediately added, "That would be really great. We've talked about hopefully seeing if he could be involved if we see there's a place in the script."
During the interview, Rodriquez also mentioned he has focused on making his new film to be such a classic as Schwarzenegger-led "Predator". "You really need great characters so that the audience feels they're going on this journey with them," he claimed. He also confirmed that the movie will be driven by an ensemble cast and won't take place on Earth.
To be directed by Nimrod Antal, "Predators" is said to offer "a bold new chapter in the Predator universe". The story allegedly will deal with a very intense group of people stranded on a Predator planet discovering unspeakable horrors that are not always from outside their group. 20th Century Fox eyes to release the film on July 7, 2010.
Meanwhile, famed actor Arnold Schwarzenegger currently serves as the 38th Governor of the state of California. He is famous for his role in "Junior" in which he starred alongside Danny DeVito. His feature credits include "The End of Days", "Collateral Damage" and "Terminator" series. His appearance in the fourth "Terminator" movie, which was released summer 2009, was taken from an earlier movie.