'Terminator 5' Bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger Back Into the Fold

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has been presumed to return to his arguably most famous action movie franchise, 'Terminator,' since around the time he was leaving his California Governor's chair. Back then, he didn't have a script to even consider, but now that one is being developed, it seems that in fact he will be back for another installment.

According to Patrick Dane of Bleeding Cool, who attended the red carpet premiere for 'The Last Stand' in London, Schwarzenegger confirmed his involvement in 'Terminator 5.' Though no official quote is given along with the report, previous intel on the flick suggest this will be a done deal.

Schwarzenegger was not all too pleased with 'Terminator: Salvation,' about which he stated during a press group interview, "[I'm open to] all those things... The last one was awful. It tried hard, not that they didn’t try, the acting and everything. It missed the boat.” The current script treatment is underway via Laeta Kalogridis of ‘Avatar’ and Patrick Lussier of ‘Drive Angry,' both of who were hired by 'Terminator 5' producer Megan Ellison. So perhaps this was enough to sway Schwarzenegger.

Even without one, however, it's no secret he's making an action-movie comeback with his most recent flick 'The Last Stand,' which had an initial release Jan. 17, and his upcoming return as 'Conan the Barbarian.' It seems another 'Terminator' movie is exactly what he wants, but what do you think? Are you ready to see Arnold return as the Termintor? Do you think he's too old for another one?

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