California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has reportedly said "I'll be back" to the big screen after he completes his political term.Legendary action film hero Arnie (61), who rose to stardom with his role in flicks such as 'Total Recall' and 'Terminator', may yet return to the movie business after his political career ends, a friend has revealed.
Hollywood producer John Davis dropped the bomb: "The Governor has mentioned to me that when he ceases to be Governor, if he doesn't run for the Senate, he'd like to do a movie or two again." In the US, Governors and Presidents both may only be re-elected only once. Schwarzenegger was re-elected to his post in California in January 2007 and is set to finish his second term in 2011.
Davis and Arnie collaborated on the action flick 'Predator' in 1987, and the producer is hoping to have his old friend return for a sequel. "Arnold wants to make another one or two movies after his political career ends. I don't know, maybe we can restart the 'Predator' franchise," he added.