Gov. Schwarzenegger back for more Terminator action ? -
09-18-2006, 01:06 PM
HOLLYWOOD - Gov. Schwarzenegger back for more Terminator action?
That's what the producers of the fourth Terminiator installment, which is now in full development, are hoping. "We're certainly talking to Arnold and his people," Dennis Higgins, a spokesman for financing partner Intermedia, told Reuters. "He obviously has a day job that he has to take into consideration. But we're talking to him." Schwarzenegger's "day job," of course, is running the state of California. The governor's personal financial advisor Paul Wachter told Reuters, "It is not even on our radar screen…Arnold is signing bills." He did not rule a possible cameo appearance but added, "Is it is realistic that while he is in office, he takes a starring role? Hardly." Talks also are under way with Terminator 3 director Jonathan Mostow to return for the next sequel. The Terminator series ranks as one of the most successful film franchises ever. Terminator 2: Judgment Day, grossed more than $500 million worldwide after its 1991 release, while T3 generated $430 million at the global box office.
Action, Sci-Fi, Sequel
The fourth installment in the "Terminator" series begins where "Terminator 3" left off, after the nuclear conflagration has ended.
Cast (for now)
Arnold Schwarzenegger (may make an appearance)