The 70-year-old "Terminator" and "Predator" star Arnold Schwarzenegger is back home after a brief stint in the hospital to take care of some health problems. He had to undergo a heart surgery in Los Angeles and it has been successful. It was a planned procedure and was necessitated because of a pulmonary valve that had to be replaced. It was originally installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect and had outlived its tenure. Sky News reports that the actor has tweeted about his recovery, saying he would be back in action.

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This has been confirmed by Daniel Ketchell, his spokesman. Arnold plans to concentrate on the next movie in “The Terminator franchise. It will be his fifth appearance for the as-yet-untitled sequel.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is an Austrian-born actor and former governor of California. He is well known for his roles in sci-fi movies like “The Terminator” and “Predator.” He had to be hospitalized to undergo a heart surgery that involved replacement of a pulmonic valve that had been installed more than two decades back. The actor is now reported to be in good spirits. He is now waiting for recovery so that he can return to action in the next movie in “The Terminator” series. Producer James Cameron has revealed that it will be a direct sequel to the first two films which were “The Terminator” (1984) and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991).

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PEOPLE has clarified that the heart procedure Arnold Schwarzenegger underwent in 1997 was not a permanent affair, therefore he decided to go in for a replacement.

A team was on standby to perform an open-heart surgery in case of complications, and all precautions were taken to ensure that there were no hiccups.

Hollywood Reporter adds that return of “The Terminator” will be delayed because of the actor’s health condition. The title of this movie has not yet been finalized and its plot is kept under wraps, but it is expected to be the war between man and machine. The action and adventure of the past films in the series have always been excellent and the viewers will keep wanting more of such sequences. James Cameron will be involved and it will be a return for him after “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” of 1991. Paramount [VIDEO] has indicated that the movie will be directed by Tim Miller of “Deadpool” fame, and its release date has been tentatively shifted from July 26, 2019, to Nov. 22, 2019.