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In fairness, he did warn us he'd be back.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Hollywood leading man comeback tour kicked off last week with "The Last Stand" and it appears he's returning to several of his old franchises, including possibly "Terminator." The former governor of California reportedly told a journalist at a London press junket for "The Last Stand" that the fifth installment of the "Terminator" series is on his to-do list, along with the previously announced "Conan the Barbarian" follow-up and a "Twins" sequel entitled "Triplets."
Schwarzenegger starred in the first three "Terminator" films, starting with the debut in 1984, but he skipped 2009's "Terminator Salvation." In a video webchat with The Sun, Ahh-nold assured fans that a script for "Terminator 5" will be finished "soon."
What do you think of Schwarzenegger re-enlisting in "Terminator"? Are you excited to see the fifth movie? Twenty-nine years after the initial release, how do you think Schwarzenegger will fit the role?
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