At 75, Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to enjoy a physique that many people half his age would like. However, it seems that the actor is ready to say goodbye to the cyborg that became one of his most popular characters. We are referring, of course, to the T-800 from Terminator.
After hunting down Linda Hamilton In the first film for John Connor to never be born, Arnold Schwarzenegger raised the bar by becoming the inseparable protector of the deadly enemy of Skynet in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
The Terminator saga continued for years, some movies with a minor Arnold Schwarzenegger presence, and others without it at all, save for CGI, like Terminator: Salvation.
However, it seems that the days of serving Skynet or protecting John Connor they have come to an end. Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to put his power core in the closet.
Terminator will no longer return, at least with Arnold Schwarzenegger
He actor opened up about it in an interview with The Hollywood Reporterwhere he stressed that the world is ready to move on without his iteration of the Terminator.
“The franchise is not finished, but I am. I got the message loud and clear that the world wants to move on with a different topic when it comes to Terminator. Someone has to come up with a great idea.
The Terminator was largely responsible for my success, which is why I will always be very fond of it. The first three movies were great. In the fourth [Salvation] I was not there because I was governor. then the fifth [Génesis] and sixth [Destino oscuro] they were not the conclusion as far as I was concerned. We knew this beforehand, because they were simply not well written.“.
Arnold Schwarzenegger may be ready to say goodbye to Terminator forever, but the Austrian-born actor continues to give it his all and will soon be premiering Fubar, his first series as the lead, on Netflix.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger says goodbye to one of the great characters of his career: Terminator