VIDEO: Arnold Schwarzenegger pranks fans by posing as Terminator wax statue

VIDEO: Arnold Schwarzenegger pranks fans by posing as Terminator wax statue
Arnold Schwarzenegger scares the sh*t out of some fans at Madame Tussauds wax museum, in a promotion stunt for the upcoming movie Terminator: Genisys, which premiere in July.

Fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger got the shock of their lives when they lined up for photos with a wax sculpture of the action star – and he suddenly came to life.

The former Governor of California walked around the streets of Hollywood dressed as the T-800 before posing as a wax statue at the Madame Tussauds wax museum.

The crowds in Hollywood didn’t seem to believe it was Arnie, even after he stood next to a fellow impersonator.

The stunt was organized by the OMAZE campaign, which uses big-name celebrities to raise money for a range of charities.

Those who donate US$50,000 or more will be entered into a competition where you can hang out and share a Schnapps with Mr Schwarzenegger at the premiere of Terminator: Genisys.

Donations will go towards ASAS, After-School All-Stars, a charity which provides after-school programs to keep children safe.

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