Next month, Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back on set as the Terminator when production begins on Terminator: Genesis. While speaking to Collider for his upcoming action-thriller Sabotage, the actor compared the Terminator: Genesis script by Patrick Lussier and Laeta Kalogridis to James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day, although he doesn't know if they will keep the Terminator: Genesis title.

"I don't know what the final title is going to be. As you can see with Sabotage, when I read the script, it was called Ten. You never know. Today, studios switch titles because everything has been tested. They'll give an audience five titles, and then they'll pick one. But Terminator is going to have the exact same feel. The way it reads, it has the same feel of Terminator 2. It's big. There's hardcore action and it has some really great visual effects in there, but not over the top. It's not a Thor type of movie, even though it's the same director. It has good special effects, but just enough to say, 'Wow, where did that come from? How did they do that?'"

The actor also spoke about how excited he is to revisit the franchise, 30 years after The Terminator debuted in 1984, while briefly speaking about two other upcoming sequels he's attached to, the Twins follow-up Triplets and The Legend of Conan.

"I think that it's just so wild to have a franchise that has been around for that long, and then after 30 years, to get asked again to be the only character in a movie that is the same character is unheard of, in movie history. You always switch out, like with James Bond and Batman. They have new characters there. But, not here. That, to me, is an extraordinary situation and a great opportunity. Of course, I was honored when I was asked to come back and play the character with Sarah Connor. It was the same when Universal called and said, 'We want to do the sequel to Twins.' That's 25 years later, after it came out. And 34 or 35 years later, after doing Conan, they've come back and said that they want me to play Conan. Not to be one of the villains in Conan, like the usually do, but to play Conan. It's great because I've stayed in physical shape, and they see me in different movies and on social media and with all the stuff that I do. I'm still on the cover of the muscle magazines. So, they say, 'We can still have this guy fight with a sword for 10 hours a day, do horseback riding, and all of these things. We can have him star in Conan.' It's really unusual. That's never, ever happened, that I'm aware of, in the history of these kinds of things, where you can lead a franchise like that and be the star, at this age. That just shows you that, if you have the attitude of a young person and you work like a young person and you keep your body in shape, and if you believe that you can do it, then you can actually make other people also believe that you can do it."

The action icon also reiterated his statement from earlier this month that shooting begins this April in New Orleans, and that he isn't sure if the producers are aiming for a PG-13 or an R-rated movie.