Arnold Schwarzenegger could return to acting in Terminator 5.
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, the former Hollywood actor turned Republican politician, could make an acting comeback in a rumoured fifth Terminator movie, according to 63-year-old former movie star, who recently Tweeted his desire to resume his acting career, appeared in James Cameron's 1984 classic 'The Terminator' and in the 1991 sequel. Deadline report that interest in a fifth movie is growing, with Universal looking towards Justin Lin as a possible director. Lin was behind the camera for the last three instalments of 'The Fast and the Furious' franchise' and there is speculation of a possible pairing with screenwriter Chris Morgan. MTV News report that should a fifth movie be given the go-ahead, it is unlikely that Christian Bale or Sam Worthington would be on board. The duo starred in the post-apocalyptic 'Terminator Salvation' which was released in 2009 to a lukewarm reception from fans of the franchise and critics alike.
Speculation of a return to the Terminator movies was strengthened by Schwarzenegger earlier this week, when he tweeted, "Exciting news. My friends at CAA (Creative Artists Agency) have been asking me for 7 years when they can take offers seriously. Gave them the green light today".