Donald Trump has made a repeated point of NBC “begging” him to carry on as host of The Celebrity Apprentice, rather than pursue his Presidential aspirations, but it doesn’t sound as if the network would ask Arnold Schwarzenegger to give up the desk, should Trump come crawling back. NBC says The Donald will “never” return, at least in the current regime.
NBC seems to have re-welcomed Donald Trump to the airwaves with this past Friday’s Tonight Show, but The Celebrity Apprentice will be back with a new host all the same. Trump is officially terminated, now that Arnold Schwarzenegger will get behind the desk as the newest host of The Celebrity Apprentice.
“I’ll be back,” is no longer just Arnold Schwarzenegger’s most famous movie quote and catchphase. It’s now his main business model. While doing a Q&A in England last weekend, Schwarzenegger announced there was another potential sequel in his future: ‘The Running Man,’ his 1987 sci-fi thriller based on a novel by Stephen King about a dark future where criminals compete for their lives on reality television (that dark future, apparently, was the year 2014).
It's been almost 20 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron last worked together on 1994's 'True Lies,' so we'd be overjoyed to the see the duo paired together again. The latest rumor hints at just that, as supposedly Arnie will join Cameron's 'Avatar 2' as the bad guy.
'Terminator 5' is scheduled to start production early next year, and soon we should start hearing about the casting besides that of Arnold Schwarzenegger, who's confirmed he'll be back. The latest rumor is that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will be joining the cast.
If you haven't seen it yet, there's a pretty funny video on YouTube of women trying to impersonate some of Arnold Schwarzenegger's classic movie lines. The site FatAwesome.com went out into the street and asked women to say some of the lines, and their impressions were pretty terrible.
Someone put together a video montage of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his various movies, saying big words. The best clips are from Arnold's first movie, "Hercules in New York", which came out all the way back in 1969!