The playable characters will be available for those who pre-order the game at participating retailers for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems, as well as Xbox One and Xbox 360. WWE 2K16 is scheduled for release on October 27, 2015 in North America and October 30, 2015 internationally. Are you excited to play as Arnold Schwarzenegger in this upcoming video game? Check out the trailer below, and stay tuned for more on WWE 2K16.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day was released July 3rd, 1991.Read More
The Legend of Conan is believed to be shooting this fall, but his revenge drama 478 may come first. That film is about a man who goes after the air traffic controller responsible for his family's death. He is also working on the Twins sequel Triplets, which has been delayed. But the legendary actor confirms that it is still moving forward with original co-star Danny DeVito and newcomer Eddie Murphy.
The Legend of Conan comes to theaters November 2016.Read More
It may be quite some time before Triplets moves forward, but Arnold Schwarzenegger will still be keeping busy. He's getting ready to shoot The Legend of Conan later this year, and he also recently signed on to star in 478. Do you hope Triplets moves forward soon?
Triplets is in development .Read More
Arnold Schwarzenegger is starting to turn down the volume in his old age. After taking on the more dramatic role of a father dealing with the transformation of his zombie daughter in Maggie, he's ready to take on the slow burn revenge drama 478. Deadline reports that the film is written by Javier Gullón, who penned the dark thriller Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
478 finds Arnold Schwarzenegger suffering the loss of his wife and child, who die in a horrific plane crash. The accident was caused by an air traffic controller, who is vilified for his mistaken and taken into protective custody. Schwarzenegger is unable to let the incident go, and sets out to exact his revenge. Though, this won't be a typical revenge action thriller. It is described as a subtle character piece that will allow Arnold Schwarzenegger another chance to show off his dramatic chops.Read More
In just a few weeks, Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back on the big screen, reprising his iconic T-800 role in Terminator Genisys, arriving in theaters July 1. To help promote the action-thriller, and spread the word about a worthy cause, Arnold Schwarzenegger hit the streets of Hollywood in his full Terminator costume, delivering iconic lines from the hit franchise to random people on the street, including a Hollywood Boulevard impersonator dressed in the same costume. Arnold also pretended to be one of the wax figures at Madame Tussauds Wax Attraction, coming to life and scaring the life out of numerous unsuspecting tourists.
The actor posted the video to his own YouTube page yesterday, which was done to benefit a program called After School All-Stars, which provides after-school programs for low-income and at-risk kids. The video is also part of a new Omaze campaign, where fans can donate to ASAS for as little as $10, and be entered in a chance to win a trip to Los Angeles for the red carpet premiere of Terminator Genisys, where you'll be able to hang out with Arnold Schwarzenegger at the red carpet and at the after-party.Read More
A new but unconfirmed report reveals that Universal Pictures is rebooting the 1990 comedy Kindergarten Cop, but without star Arnold Schwarzenegger. The project is coming together through Universal Pictures' 1440 division, which is primarily responsible for producing straight-to-video remakes and sequels such as this year's The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power. Since the project is coming through 1440, it is not expected to get a theatrical release, but the report reveals that it may be developed as a TV series as well.
The original Kindergarten Cop follows a hardened detective named John Kimble (Arnold Schwarzengger) who tracks down the ex-wife of a dangerous drug dealer, in hopes of getting her to testify. He finds himself having to go undercover at the school her son attends, as a kindergarten teacher. The reboot centers on a "leading man type" who, along with his Indian sidekick Sanjit, are hot on the trail of a flash drive that went missing from the Witness Protection Program. When the drive surfaces in a kindergarten class, the lead character is forced to go undercover as a teacher. His mission also puts him together with a beautiful teacher he falls for, along with a slew of Albanian bad guys.Read More
Terminator Genisys isn't the only movie that will see Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising one of his most iconic characters of all time. He also has The Legend of Conan on the horizon, with a 2016 release planned. And while we've seen Conan on the screen twice since Arnold Schwarzenegger made his debut as the iconic character in John Milius's 1982 Conan The Barbarian, this next installment promises to be a true sequel, not a reboot or remake.
Speaking with TheArnoldFans.com, producer/co-writer Chris Morgan and Fredrik Malmberg reveal that The Legend of Conan will retain the spirit and tone of the original Conan The Barbarian while also staying true to creator Robert E. Howard's vision. The film is will not be rated PG-13, but is very brutal. Says Chris Morgan:"A light-hearted Conan?! CROM! No. Our tone is a logical extension of the character established in the '82 film...but 30 years later. When we meet him again, Conan has been many things over the course of his life - a thief, a warrior, a pirate, a king, a legend - and is now an older man. Think Unforgiven...with a sword-wielding barbarian. Milius was a visionary. And a hero of mine. He established a milieu that is stunning and violent and clear - incomparable. The goal, the dream, is to live up to his world. To make it worthy. And to expand on it in a truthful way that audiences will embrace. We're very lucky that the architects of this new film - the writer, the producers, the studio and most of all, Arnold - who is Conan - are all first-generation fans who either worked on the film or who came along for the ride, cheering from their theater seats opening night. We plan nothing more than to immerse ourselves in the world Milius envisioned from Robert E. Howard's unforgettable stories and Frank Frazetta's stunning artwork. I can't give specifics (nobody likes a spoiler!), but know we are honoring the locales, the religions and the traditions of the '82 film.Read More