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Gov. Schwarzenegger is focusing on personal matters and is not willing to commit to any production schedules or time lines," his office said. "This includes 'Cry Macho,' the Terminator franchise and other projects under consideration."
So he wont be in the Terminators movies You can't stop the signal!
'Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story' by Arnold Schwarzenegger - Book trailer
After leaving the governor’s mansion in January 2011, Schwarzenegger announced his plans to return to movie-making. (He did always say he’d be back.) He kicked things off nice and slow with a cameo in last month’s The Expendables 2, but his real big-screen comeback starts with The Last Stand, out this January. Until then, however, Arnold fans have his new autobiography to tide them over. Check out the trailer, which is epic in the way only an Arnold Schwarzenegger book trailer could be:
Favorite Movie Nemesis Team-Ups Terminator 2. Judgment Day. Even though the reprogrammed T-800 Terminator is not a villain in this sequel, the fact remains that this particular model has a complicated history with Sarah Connor, who has justifiably formed a bias against the machines after almost being killed by one, Of course, if Sarah and her son John are to save humanity, it only seems right that they would team up with a new version of the T-800, Remembering that there is no fate but what we make, Sarah devises a plan to end Skynet before it begins, Using the files stored in the T-800, she learns of Cyberdyne Systems and the trio (along with Miles Dyson) bring the battle to their doorstep, destroying all traces of the new microprocessor, The new alliance with the T-800 also allows Sarah to undergo a personal transformation, seeing the Terminator form a fatherly relationship with John, she is convinced that if a heartless machine can learn to love, humans may not be doomed after all.