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Apparently he wasn’t kidding when he said, “I’ll be back.” After seven years in the California governor’s office... Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to get back to the big screen.
Sacramento’s KCRA has his announcement.
“California’s former governor tweeted quote, ‘Exciting news. My friends at CAA (that’s a talent agency) have been asking me for seven years when they can take offers seriously. Gave them the green light today.’”
Well, he may be back, but is he back to battling bad guys and fast-paced fight scenes? E! News says - probably not.
“At 63, Schwarzenegger admits he may have to tone down his kick ass persona reportedly telling an Austrian paper, ‘I have to adapt my roles to my age,’ adding, ‘extreme fighting or shooting is not possible anymore.’”
After hearing Schwarzenegger’s new roles may not be as action-packed as Terminator or Predator - a Mercury News reporter worries...
“This raises the frightening prospect that he may have to act.”
After the announcement of Schwarzenegger’s return, blogs are buzzing with possible project predictions. An LA Times blog says Hollywood is obsessed with sequels and remakes, so why not expect it from Schwarzenegger? He suggests some potential screenplays. Here’s one:
“‘The King’s Speech II’: The newly elected president of Austria (Schwarzenegger) is forced to appear on television to calm the nation after a terrorist attack. Unfortunately ... and the populace can’t understand his heavily accented English. The president’s wife (Jennifer Aniston) summons an unorthodox speech therapist...”
The Atlantic Wire also put together a list of suggested first roles. Reporter Erik Hayden sees Schwarzenegger more successfully as a CGI Hummer in a third installment of Pixar’s Cars.
“Pixar's Cars and Cars II were decent, but what they needed was Arnold Schwarzenegger as a hulking, yellow sport utility vehicle to balance out the Owen Wilson humor."
And finally an MTV blogger says “The Expendables 2” or “Predator 4” are ready for Schwarzenegger... but another Terminator is not. At least not right now.
“Yes, the clock is ticking ... but would you really prefer a rushed and poorly-conceived Schwarzenegger-led ‘Terminator’ sequel to a far-off but thoughtfully considered one? … We want you back, big guy, but only if you're pumping out the high quality iron we remember you best for.”
Schwarzenegger says he is currently reading three scripts. One of which he’s had his eye since before becoming governor. So, what’s your guess? Another Terminator, Predator, or something brand new?
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