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Arnold Schwarzenegger is ‘done’ playing the ‘terminator’ character

Arnold Schwarzenegger, an actor, and politician, has made the decision to give up playing the recognizable “Terminator” role.

Following the disappointing reception to the most recent installments of the sci-fi franchise, the Hollywood legend has decided to leave the legendary role he initially played in James Cameron’s ‘The Terminator (1984).

Schwarzenegger made it clear that the franchise is still going strong in a recent interview with a foreign media outlet, but that he is “done” with it.

“The business is not over. I’m through. I clearly heard the message that the public wants to move past The Terminator and adopt a new topic. The former governor of California said, “Someone’s got to come up with a wonderful concept.

With the exception of the fourth installment, “Salvation,” which he was unable to work on due to his duties as governor, Schwarzenegger’s 75-year-old performances in the first two films of the franchise, directed by Oscar-winning director James Cameron, were largely derivative of the originals.

He continued, “The Terminator was largely responsible for my success, so I always would look at it very fondly,” in reference to the diminishing response. The initial three films were excellent. Since I was the governor, I was excluded from number four (Salvation). Then games five [Genisys] and six [Dark Fate] didn’t, in my opinion, seal the deal.

The veteran finally revealed, “We knew it ahead of time because they were just not well written.

In the meantime, Schwarzenegger is eagerly awaiting the launch of his Netflix series, “FUBAR,” which is scheduled to air on the platform next week.

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