Arnold Schwarzenegger on possibly playing another Batman villain: “Absolutely!”

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Former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has been heavily rumored to be appearing in the upcoming DC Extended Universe (DCEU) film “Wonder Woman,” was recently asked if he would be interested in going one-on-one with the Dark Knight once again on the big screen. 

During an interview with Erik Davis for Fandango, Arnold Scwarzenegger, who formally tried to take down the Caped Crusader as Mr. Freeze in Joel Schumacher’s “Batman & Robin,” was asked whether or not he would be interested in returning to face his old cowl-donned foe.


His answer? A resounding “Absolutely!” 

“I think all of those movies, if they’re written well, they’re entertaining. If it’s Batman or Batman and Robin, or X-Men or Spider-Man — all of them. If they’re written well, they have a great life. People enjoy them, and you can see the grosses that they would make worldwide. So, yes, of course I would.” 

Now, at age 69, while it’s hard to imagine The Terminator getting strapped into a flashy comic book costume and going toe-to-toe with a big screen superhero, it is not that far-fetched. With Kurt Russel playing Ego the Living Planet in “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” and Sylvester Stallone rumored to be playing Starhawk in the same film, the old school veterans of Hollywood are getting involved in one of the most profitable genres of cinema in today’s mainstream media.

Who do YOU think Arnold should play on the big screen? Would he be a better fit for the DCEU or over at Marvel Studios? Do you think the rumors are true and he will be appearing in “Wonder Woman”? Tweet @superbromovies with your fancasts and maybe, just maybe, one of them will come to fruition.

Source – Fandango 


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