Just this week we heard straight from Arnold Schwarzenegger himself that he's still on board to play the T-800 again in the planned Terminator 5. He's also hoping to launch Triplets, a sequel to Twins that will add Eddie Murphy to the genetic soup with he and Danny DeVito. Before he gets to either of those, though, Schwarzenegger is set to reprise his role as Hyboria's most dangerous barbarian in The Legend of Conan.
Both the star and producer Fredrick Malmberg have offered their thoughts on very different aspects of the project, with the erstwhile California Governor addressing his age and Malmberg expressing his desire to get the Weta Workshop involved.
The fifth Terminator movie is slowly but surely chugging along. Contrary to recent belief, it turns out that Terminator 5 won't have to use a digital Arnold Schwarzenegger like Terminator: Salvation, since the former bodybuilder and two-term California Governor will indeed play the T-800 again.
Three all-new wide releases hit on this Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, and those three have politely arranged themselves regularly throughout the top ten, with Mama in first place, Broken City in the middle at fifth, and Arnold bringing up the rear with his ostentatious return The Last Stand in tenth place.
The next installment in the unkillable Terminator franchise has recruited a new pair of writers.
As a franchise, The Expendables is about the pure, undiluted joy of watching a huge ensemble of established action stars getting together and blowing up many, many things. With each new sequel, we all get to participate in a speculation and rumor game as to just who will join the gunpowder-laced proceedings.
The game is afoot, as no less a source than Jason Statham (Safe, the Transporter franchise) has commented on the possibility of Jackie Chan (Rumble in the Bronx, The Karate Kid) joining The Expendables 3 and shared his enthusiasm for the sequel.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a movie star.
Actors disappear into their characters and the world of their films. Riding their charisma, movie stars dictate both and are, to a certain extent, themselves onscreen. The almost eight years Schwarzenegger spent as the improbable Governor of California meant that he was limited exclusively to brief cameo roles, but now that his gubernatorial tenure is over and he's kept his head low after a public scandal, Arnold Schwarzenegger is once again properly starring in action movies.
In The Last Stand, Schwarzenegger plays a small town sheriff who wrangles the town's eccentrics to stop a wanted drug lord from making it to the U.S./Mexico border. IAR's Jami Philbrick participated in the movie's press conference, and we'll have plenty more The Last Stand goodies coming your way closer to its January 18th release. Today, we're looking further into the future. While promoting his first cinematic vehicle since Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Schwarzenegger shed some light on his new Conan adventure, the Twins sequel Triplets, and even the possibility of teaming up with fellow muscle-mountain Dwayne Johnson.
The first clip from this month's The Last Stand has landed online, just as its protagonist lands after hurling himself through the window of a diner.
He showed up in The Expendables 2, but Arnold Schwarzenegger's first starring role since spending some time in the ultimate vanity role as California's Governor is The Last Stand, a new trailer for which is now available online.
Hey, want to watch the first ten minutes of the Total Recall remake, totally free of charge? Well, Sony Pictures is obliging, as the opening from the new Total Recall is now available to view in anticipation of this month's Blu-ray and DVD release. The best part: It don't cost nothin'.
Lionsgate has released a second theatrical trailer for The Last Stand, an actioner that marks the first starring role for a certain Austrian muscle-slab who spent some time in California politics.