Arnold Schwarzenegger Says TERMINATOR SALVATION Was Awful

Arnold Schwarzenegger Says TERMINATOR SALVATION Was Awful

The actor turned Governor of California turned back into actor expressed his thoughts on the most recent Terminator movie, Terminator Salvation, where he called the movie awful.


Arnold Schwarzenegger is working towards getting his foot back in the door of acting. You will catch him soon in the upcoming sequel to Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables, and he has multiple other projects lined up. Collider sat down with the Austrian born actor to talk about some of the projects where he said he would be open to doing sequels of movies like True Lies as well as another Terminator. He also didn't shy away from sharing his true feelings about McG's last installment to the franchise Terminator Salvation. "I’m open to all those things, if it’s True Lies, Terminator, a well-made Terminator…the last one was awful," said Schwarzenegger. He also went on to say that they did try hard on the film but it just missed the boat.

Would you like to see Arnold make a return to the Terminator franchise or is he too old? Leave you comments in the comment boxes below. To check out what he said about the possibility of doing sequels for Twins and True Lies click HERE

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