Schwarzenegger plans to continue acting
LOS ANGELES (KGO) -- Former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't wasting any time in trying to get back into movies.
He told an Austrian newspaper during an interview that he is reading three scripts, and one already caught his attention. In this true story, he would play a World War II era German soldier who disobeys orders to kill a group of children and saves their lives instead.
Schwarzenegger said has no regrets about temporarily giving up the movies for politics, even though it cost him an estimated $200 million in missed Hollywood opportunities.
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