Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he will be a part of the new Terminator movie.
The action star-turned-California governor had sparked speculation that he would return to the franchise, when he was spotted on the set of Terminator Salvation, starring Christian Bale. The news scared California citizens as they thought the Austrian-born star was abandoning his political responsibilities to return to the big screen, reports ‘Contactmusic’.
However, the hunky star has assured civilians his cameo appearance in director Joseph "MCG" MCGinty Nichol’s film has already been shot - producers plan to use footage from the original Terminator movie and splice it in. Schwarzenegger told Entertainment Weekly, "I made it very clear that I don't have the time to do the movie.
“I said that I would be willing to be in the movie if they get the technology together, and so they are working on that right now.
“They would basically take technology out of Terminator I, and use that walk of mine and somehow bring it in (to the new film). It's just a brief scene."