Transformers 4 - What Do You Think of Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminating Transformers?
Jack - Thursday, January 17, 2013
Arnold Schwartzenegger has set himself up on Reddit with an account called "IAmArnold... Ask me anything." As you would expect, it is mostly adoration for the star. However, two comments did spark my interest with respect to the Governator saying he regretted passing on the lead roll in Bay's "The Rock" and that he would "...like to work with Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg." I know It is a far flung idea, but what do you think of the Terminator appearing in Transformers 4? Hit our poll and leave your comment now.
GovSchwarzenegger[S] 2168 points 2 days ago
I most regret not doing The Rock. I love the movie, and it turned out well. When it was offered to me there was only an 80 page script with a lot of handwriting and scribbles and it didn't seem fully baked. But they obviously did a fantastic job.
GovSchwarzenegger[S] 2139 points 2 days ago
I would like to work with Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg. Also Sam Raimi would be great to work with.
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