Because he can’t keep his dick in his pants, now Arnold wants to put his future movie projects on hold
Just a month or so ago, Arnold was happily talking about how he was readying his return to movies after his stint as governor of California. And then he leaves office, tells his wife that he’s been fucking the maid and had a kid with her and now he’s wanting to put projects like Terminator 5 on hold so he can sort out his family affairs. Bah.
Shocking I know that Arnold Schwarzenegger would be unfaithful to his wife, but the former governor made an announcement today that the reason he and Maria Shriver separated was because he had a secret child with a woman whom he employed 10 years ago. He apparently has been paying child support in secret since the kid was born, but he didn’t tell his wife about all this until after he left his position as governor of Kullyfornia.
While I normally couldn’t give two shits about celebrity marriages, this break-up was something I definitely didn’t see coming. After 25 years, four children, a whole lot of movies and a California governorship, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have announced that they are separated.
After all the speculation, it does look like that Arnold Schwarzaneggar will be returning to the Termintor franchise to star in a fifth Terminator movie. Because Rise of the Robots and Salvation were such good reasons to keep going that we just have to have an even older and saggier Terminator. Why not comedies? Why not Twins 2? That would be something to be excited about.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger was governor, it seemed only natural to nickname him “The Governator”, but I don’t think anyone actually was asking for a Governator animated series… especially if the superhero looked like that (above). Also, Stan Lee may be the fucking man for inventing heroes such as Spiderman, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men, but I can’t recall anything he’s done in the last 10 years that hasn’t been incredibly stupid.
Arnold Schwarzeneggar had a decent run as governor of California, but now that that run is over, he’s apparently thinking about making a return to film. According to the action hero-turned politician-and back to action hero, he’s currently reading three scripts, one of which, With Wings as Eagles is a good old fashioned WWII film.
Governor Arnold was opposed to Prop 19 that would have completely decriminalized most marijuana offenses, but as a sort of a consolation prize, he went and signed legislation that effectively decriminalizes possession of under an ounce. What was a misdemeanor that could carry jail time is now simply an infraction with a maximum fine of $100. The bill goes into effect January 1 2011.