Much like in the cybernetic franchise, Arnold's likeness will time travel to make an appearance in the latest Terminator movie.
It turns out Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will "be back" in the new Terminator movie despite his day job.
Schwarzenegger confirmed in a Webcast interview Wednesday that his image might appear in next month's "Terminator: Salvation," the fourth movie in the franchise about a showdown between humanity and machines.
Schwarzenegger's cameo has long been rumored for the film staring Christian Bale.
The governor has made it clear he has no time to shoot any new footage, but he now says the filmmakers are hoping to use new technology to insert his image from a previous Terminator movie.
Apparently the technology still has a few glitches because he told the LA Times, "I said that I would be willing to be in the movie if they get the technology together, and so they are working on that right now."
Time is running out fellas. The movie opens in less than a month.
(Spoiler alert) Celebrity writer Anne Lu says the scene between Bale's character and a "future Terminator."
Schwarzenegger says he told director McG he will come to the premiere of the movie, which stars Christian Bale as leader of the human resistance against machine conquerors.