Arnold Schwarzenegger talks a return to making movies
Arnold Schwarzenegger is no longer the Governor of California. Let's hope this means two things: we can finally retire that awful "Governator" nickname and Arnold will be returning to acting sometime soon. The actor recently spoke with Austrian magazine Krone about his future plans and revealed that while he hasn't decided anything yet, he is currently reading three scripts that may serve as potential vehicles for a big return.
Said Arnold [this is Austrian translated to English using Google Translate]: "Currently I am reading three scripts! A topic on which I have dealt before the time as governor appeals to me most. A topic on which i have dealt before the time as governor appeals to me most. Since I was playing an older German officer who receives a war against the order to kill dozens of children. Since I was playing in children older German officer who receives a war against the order to kill dozens of. He does not and it brings new adventure and the risk of his life in security. He does not and it brings new adventure and the risk of his life in security. The theme is based on a true story. The theme is based on a true story.
The one project he references specifically is most likely WITH WINGS AS EAGLES, a script written by Randall Wallace that Schwarzenegger was attached to before he became the Governor. It was written specifically with Arnold in mind and the actor in Schwarzengger always kept the story close to his heart.
Arnold later admits that as he's gotten older, the days of him shooting people up and whupping ass are pretty much over and he's looking at a different caliber of film, using Clint Eastwood as a model (and not Sylvester Stallone). If you click here you can read the entire translated article and try to guess at what the other two scripts are.