Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to return to the famous science fiction film franchise “Terminator.” During an interview at Cannes, the 69-year-old revealed that he was working on a new “Terminator” movie and finalized the deal with James Cameron in April 2017. “Terminator 6” is expected to release in 2020.

The former bodybuilder plays a leading character in the new movie. He said in a statement to AceShowbiz that Cameron had clarified everything about how to take the story forward. Arnold took it to Twitter yesterday to share his experience about the Cannes Film Festival. He says that it is wonderful to be a part of such a glorious event.

He spent quality time with fellows and was photographed with some female celebrities.

Arnold and James making a new movie

James Cameron shakes hands with Arnold Schwarzenegger for a brand new film. Previously, they released the 1984 “Terminator” movie and made the headlines in no time. Most recently, Arnold was seen in a television series and now looks forward to his Hollywood movie. The actor says that filming is likely to begin this winter, but did not confirm anything about other cast members.

Born in July 1947, Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger is a famous Australian-American actor, author, and former bodybuilder. He served as the Governor of California from 2003 to 2011. His most notable movies are “Conan the Barbarian,” “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” “Terminator Genisys,” “Commando,” “The Running Man,” “Predator,” “Twins,” “Total Recall,” “Kindergarten Cop,” and “True Lies.” Also, Schwarzenegger replaced Donald Trump as the host of “The Celebrity Apprentice” in its first season.

The film series

The “Terminator” is a famous film series created by Gale Anne Hurd and James Cameron. As of February 2017, the franchise has earned more than $3.4 billion in revenue. The first film was released in 1984, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Biehn, and Linda Hamilton in the leading roles. It was directed by James Cameron and grossed over $78 million at the global box office.

Directed and co-written by James Cameron, anther “Terminator” film was released in 1991 by TriStar Pictures.

It featured Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Linda Hamilton, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The movie received positive comments from critics and audiences and grossed over $518 million worldwide.

The third film titled “Rise of the Machines” was out in 2003. Warner Bros. distributed the movie domestically, while Columbia Pictures acquired international distribution rights. Written by Michael Ferris and directed by Jonathan Mostow, the film featured Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Claire Danes. It grossed over $422 million at the global box office and received satisfactory comments from critics.

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