He’s back. Hollywood insiders say Arnold Schwarzenegger has returned to the movie franchise that made him a star. California’s former governor is reportedly attached to a “Terminator” movie in the works. According to Deadline.com, reps for the actor-turned-politician-turned-actor again, is pitching a new chapter in the action franchise to major studios. Schwarzenegger originated the role of a futuristic killing machine in James Cameron’s original movie “The Terminator” from 1984. He returned to the franchise for its next two films — “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” in 1991 and “Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines” in 2003.
Schwarzenegger just wrapped up two terms as the Golden State’s governor in January. Shortly after leaving office, he said he was ready to get back into the film game.