Arnold Schwarzenegger slams fourth 'Terminator' filmtext_fields
Los Angeles: "Terminator" star Arnold Schwarzenegger, who didn't feature in the fourth instalment of the franchise, says he has no regrets about it as the actor says at least the previous three instalments in which he starred had “interesting storylines.”
The 67-year-old, whose schedule as California governor kept him away from filming scenes for the McG-directed film, spoke to TV show “Good Morning America” about the fact that the fourth instalment was the only film in the franchise in which he wasn't involved, reports hollywoodreporter.com.
“Thank God. It s***ed,” said Schwarzenegger, who is now on board for the fifth movie.
As far as the first three films in the franchise, Schwarzenegger explained that he enjoys them all for different reasons and would be unable to pick which is best.
“I think that the three that I was in, they all three had their own personalities and interesting storylines," he said.
“Terminator Salvation”, which starred Christian Bale and Sam Worthington, grossed $125.3 million domestically and is generally considered by fans to be a disappointment. It carries a 33 per cent approval rating on movie-aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes.
Meanwhile, Schwarzenegger is all set to return to the science fiction/horror action franchise with “Terminator Genisys”.
Directed by Alan Taylor, the film which also stars Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney and Jason Clarke, is set to release on July 1.