Terminator old meets Terminator new? Anything is possible in Hollywood, especially if the money is right. News just hit the web that Sam Worthington might be teaming up with Arnold Schwarzenegger for a new action film called 'Ten.'

In an exclusive from Variety, Open Road Films would be distributing the new pic that would star the former California Governor and his new best bud Worthington. 'Ten' is the story of "an elite DEA task force that robs a dangerous drug cartel under the guise of a tactical raid on one of its safe houses. They think they've gotten away with millions in merch, until team members begin getting bumped off one by one."

The story is a macho version of Agatha Christie's 'Ten Little Indians.' We're not exactly sure what role Worthington or Schwarzenegger would play. Maybe Ah-nold gets to be the bad guy? Maybe Sam? Perhaps Arnold plays the hard-nosed veteran of the DEA task force, who is "too old for this sh*t" and "tired of you young, upstart punks with something to prove." Maybe it's a buddy comedy and all they're missing is a dog.

What we do know is Schwarzenegger has decided to dive his old ass right back into action. He'll be starring in the upcoming 'Expendables 2,' joining half of Hollywood's aging action stars over 50. He also has 'The Tomb' and 'The Last Stand' in the works, as well as the comedy sequel 'Triplets.' Dude wasn't lying when he said he'd be back.