Arnold May Lend Terminator 4 His Voice But Not His Backside

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Speculation is running wild as to how McG may incorporate the original Terminator into Terminator Salvation. The latest spin: Producer Moritz Borman hinted to Wired that Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be in the film "as a person." But Borman left some wiggle room, because let's be honest - you can't make a Terminator movie without Arnie. Click through to see more details on the original Terminator's big cameo moment. When pressed on whether the statement that Arnold won't be there in person means he might show up as a voiceover, Borman hedged:

"I'm not going to answer the question about what we're trying, or what we want, or what we're toying with," said Borman. "It's really up to what fits in the film or not. Maybe his voice, or maybe not. It's really not settled.

If I was a resident of California, I would be severely disappointed in my Governor for not at least contributing something to T4. It's called follow-through. He should have the determination to see this journey through to the end. But in his defense, I'm sure he thought the Terminator franchise was properly bludgeoned, poisoned, stabbed and buried after Terminator 3. [Wired]

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Corpore Metal

Why do writers in Hollywood think they have to tie a story idea to a particular actor? Sure the Ah-nold turned an acting drawback into a positive boon in Terminator but, is the Terminator story really about him?

If they've swapped out the actors that played Sarah and John Connor, why not the actors that play death machines? Hollywood is full of bad actors with scary expressionless faces to play this part.