After his political career as the governator of California, it seems like Arnold's comeback into acting isn't going that particularly well. Sure, he made a big splash co starring in an all star cast in the "Expendables" franchise, but his recent films haven't done that well. Granted, "The Last Stand" wasn't exactly a flop per say because it was made on a relatively small budget to begin with, but it wasn't as big of a commercial success as his previous films. Plus, there's no disputing that "Sabotage" was a flop last weekend, so what are your thoughts? Is Arnie really losing his touch? Or do you think he just hasn't found his niche back in Hollywood yet? Please discuss.
by Stacie L6 years ago
(CNN) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child more than 10 years ago outside of his marriage to Maria Shriver, a source close to the former California governor confirmed to CNN Tuesday.The revelation, published first...
by Mel Jay6 years ago
Should Arnold Schwarzenegger stay in politics, or should he go back to making movies?After his recent scandal, is he likely to succeed in politics? I understand he is possibly making a run for president of the...
by Ahdilarum3 years ago
Why Arnold Schwarzenegger visited India recently?What is the purpose behind his visit?
by Steven Escareno5 years ago
Well it's official. According to Clevver Movies on youtube, Arnold has claimed he wants to reprise his role as Conan, where they're basically going to ignore that crappy reboot, and "Conan the...
by Steven Escareno4 years ago
Yes, after so many years, it's been announced by Arnold himself that there will be a sequel to "Twins", and it's being aptly dubbed, "Triplets." Why "Triplets?" Well, according...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
What are the FIVE THINGS you ABSOLUTELY HATE about Arnold Schwarzenegger?
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