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Arnold Schwarzenegger Archives -

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Jack Rico


2017/04/03 at 1:24pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Colossal,’ ‘The Void,’ ‘Aftermath,’ ‘Truman’

04.3.2017 | By |

We begin April with some very popular and auteur directors releasing films this week. First, Spaniard director Nacho Vigalondo gets together with a solid cast that includes Anne Hathaway in what is a crazy sci-fi/comedy called Colossal. Also, former Spider-Man director Marc Webb tries to tug at the heart with his new film Gifted and Romanian helmer Cristian Mungiu who made the indelible “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days” gives us Graduation that delves into the role parents play today with their grown children. And how can we forget Arnold. He returns to the screen in Aftermath, written by a Latino writer named Javier Gullón. You definitely have a lot to look for this weekend. Enjoy the trailers and listen to our podcast for our in-depth reviews of this week’s releases and more! Read More

Felix Dalgo


2015/06/19 at 4:42pm

‘Terminator Genysis’ Event Came To NYC

06.19.2015 | By |

With the summer beginning in a few days, the action thrillers we all love to watch during the hot months of the year are starting to kick off. What better way to begin the summer in the big screen then with a classic saga like “Terminator.” Paramount Pictures were kind enough to invite us to a fantastic promotional event, held in NYC, for the new chapter in the franchise called, “Terminator Genisys” in one of the biggest block parties I have ever seen in New York City. Read More

Felix Dalgo


2015/05/06 at 3:28pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Hot Pursuit,’ ‘Maggie,’ ‘I Am Big Bird’

05.6.2015 | By |

We’re in the beginnings of May and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is still on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But aside from it, many are celebrating a week’s long worth of Cinco de Mayo in movies. There are 12 new films being released, from documentaries, to dramas, to true stories and comedies, these films will surely be competing for your attention and money. Some of the big names from the entertainment business are among this week’s releases. If you like gripping stories full of action and drama then you should check out Maggie with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton team up for a New York City based comedy and the beautiful Amber Rose stars in Sister Code. A few documentaries are showcasing important issues in America today as well as the story of the man behind the beloved Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Read More

Jack Rico


2015/03/26 at 12:16am

Arnold Schwarzenegger Shows Off Acting Chops In New ‘Maggie’ Trailer

03.26.2015 | By |

In a film which will probably make us all look at Arnold Schwarzenegger in a whole new light, this new trailer features, arguably, some of the best acting Schwarzenegger has ever put on celluloid. That’s not saying much, but for one of our few real movie stars left, he’s bringing a new shine to him that we like. Read More

Jack Rico


2013/10/01 at 6:59pm

The 10 Best Movies To See This October!

10.1.2013 | By |

October could very well be the single best month to watch movies of 2013. When you do a quick overview of the films being released this month, five of them are the frontrunners to win Best Picture at the Oscars 2014. Many of these movies possess all star casts, top flight directors and innovative and fresh stories. They are also coming fresh off of great reviews at Venice, Telluride, Toronto and New York Film Festivals. Not to be ignored are the commercial fare which includes Arnold and Sly together in a full feature film as opposed to cameos and one of the greatest assembled cast of Hispanics in film history in ‘Machete Kills‘ and ‘The Counselor‘. Do yourself a service, if you haven’t been to the movies all year, this is the one month you should step out and watch one.

Here are 10 movies I recommend you watch…now! Read More

Jack Rico


2013/06/29 at 2:05pm

Stallone, Schwarzenegger: First trailer for ‘Escape Plan’!

06.29.2013 | By |

Back in the 80’s Escape Plan would have been the movie of the year! Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger in the same movie going one on one in leading roles!? What!! That’s what I’m talking about. But now both are evidently old, still living off their glory day reputations. Stallone more than Schwarzenegger is in better shape and can still have hand to hand combat battles, but Arnold just looks frail (they were also seen in The Expendables, but that was more a cameo than anything by Arnold). Check out the first trailer above and the new poster, plus pics after the jump. Read More

Jack Rico


2012/10/25 at 12:00am

First pic of Schwarzenegger’s new movie ‘TEN’!

10.25.2012 | By |

First pic of Schwarzenegger's new movie 'TEN'!

Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s new movie TEN, directed by David Ayers (End of Watch, Street Kings, Harsh Times), about members of an elite DEA task force that find themselves being taken down one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house, sees an Arnold playing member John ‘Breacher’ Wharton and looking like a total bad-ass! 

Joining Schwarzenegger in the movie is Malin Akerman, Sam Worthington, Joe Manganiello and a few others that fill out the cast nicely.

Schwarzenegger tweeted out today a picture that shows him in DEA uniform holding a M-16 with a cool hair cut and jacked. “I’m having a great time working with @DavidAyerMovies on my new movie, Ten. Check out my look:”

The former Terminator and Governor of California has another 4 movies filming right now and they all look pretty good: Triplets, Unknown Soldier, The Stranger, The Tomb, The Last Stand. They all have a 2013/2014 release date.

What are your thoughts on Arnold’s new look? Leave your comments below.

Mack Chico


2012/01/28 at 12:00am

‘Terminator 5’ will be rated R

01.28.2012 | By |

'Terminator 5' will be rated R

If Terminator 5 shooting was the wise decision is to be rated R and actually will be. The fifth installment of the Terminator, will have an R rating in the words of Megan Ellison, owner and president of Annapurna Pictures studio, which owns the rights to the series.

The first three “Terminator” were all rated R, but then the director McG for “Terminator Salvation”, decided it would be better to lower the rating to PG-13 with the hope that the franchise could be seen by a wider audience with the hope that it would result in higher gross income.

The ace up the sleeve of this fifth installment will undoubtedly be the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to the franchise. Is he the Terminator? What character would play? All in good time boys.

Jack Rico


2011/03/07 at 12:00am

Arnold to do remakes of ‘Terminator,’ ‘Predator’?

03.7.2011 | By |

Arnold to do remakes of ‘Terminator,’ ‘Predator’?

Since leaving his post as governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger has said publicly that he is interested in returning to the profession he loves – no, not bodybuilding – movies. Hollywood has heard the call of the ex Mr. Olympia and he is already considering one of three scripts. During his competitive bodybuilding he organizes every year, the Arnold Classic, Schwarzenegger was asked to give an update on the projects he is viewing.

“Well, first of all it’s more like 15 films, obvious ones from ‘The Terminator’ to remakes of ‘Predator’ and ‘The Running Man’ and all of those things,” he said.

Schwarzenegger added that there’s “also a lot of original stuff too. But I am also packaging a comic book character right now. I’m going to announce that sometime by the end of March or the beginning of April.”

Surprisingly, McG won’t be involved in any other Terminator films after his big flop with ‘Terminator: Salvation’. Justin Lin and screenwriter Chris Morgan, who are currently working on ‘Fast Five’ are now in talks for a fifth ‘Terminator ‘ with or without A-R-N-O-L-D!

Mack Chico


2010/08/16 at 12:00am

‘The Expendables’ are #1 at the box office

08.16.2010 | By |

'The Expendables' are #1 at the box office

Sylvester Stallone’s ‘The Expendables‘ topped the weekend box-office with an estimated 35 million dollars.

On the other hand, Julia Roberts’ second-place Eat Pray Love (23.7 million dollars) scored the actress’ best debut in nearly 10 years.

At the third place was ‘The Other Guys’, with 18 million dollars at the ticket window, reports E!Online.

Rounding off at the fourth and fifth place was Leonardo DiCapril’s ‘Inception’ and ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ with 11.4 million dollars and 10.5 million dollars respectively.

#1 “The Expendables” ($35 million)
#2 “Eat Pray Love” ($23.7 million)
#3 “The Other Guys” ($18 million)
#4 “Inception” ($11.4 million)
#5 “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” ($10.5 million)

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