Schwarzenegger is back with a new Terminator movie

Schwarzenegger is back with a new Terminator movie
Arnold Schwarzenegger says to the website that "Terminator: Genisys" the first film in a new Terminator trilogy is soon to be released.

The film will premiere in 2015 and is directed by Alan Taylor, the man who has directed episodes of "The Sopranos" and "Game of Thrones." The first Terminator movie premiered in 1984 and was directed by James Cameron.

- We started filming in mid-April last year and we were filming for almost five months. The recordings took place mostly in New Orleans, but also in San Francisco and Los Angeles. I'm really looking forward to the premiere. Last time they filmed a Terminator movie, I was Governor. Now I'm back as the terminator, Arnold says to

The film will be the fifth in the Terminator series. Since the 67-year Austrian left the governor chair, he has been back as an actor with the movie "The last stand" from 2013. He was governor for seven years, but he says he is now ready to concentrate fully as an actor again.

- I'm really looking forward to this, and the movie comes out on in early July 2015. The script is fantastic, Arnold Schwarzenegger says to his fans.

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