Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger has revealed how he had his concerns about making a return to the big screen, as he was worried that he would not be accepted by the audience. Arnold says that he changed his mind after he received positive feedback for his cameo in The Expendables.
Schwarzenegger told The Telegraph, “When I did my cameo on The Expendables, which took me only four hours to film, and the audience applauded when I came on the screen, I knew I'd be accepted and when I finished being governor I could go back into the movie business.”
He added, “I felt I was ready for it after having worked for a few days on The Expendables movies, shot the guns, done the action, thrown myself on the ground, been in a harness, been pulled up and done all that stuff... I was ready to be the lead in this movie.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars alongside Jaimie Alexander, Rodrigo Santoro, Luis Guzmán, Johnny Knoxville, Forest Whitaker, Peter Stormare and Zach Gilford in The Last Stand, which is set to be released on January 18 in the US and on January 25 in the UK.