The Governator returns!

Oh, how we never get enough of Ah-nold!

Ex-California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his return to movies last week, saying a film version of his much-publicized cartoon project The Governator is in the works. “First will come (The Governator) comic books, then a (cartoon) TV series and after that we will develop the games and then a movie,” Schwarzenegger told a packed room of international journalists at global TV market MipTV in Cannes. “Maybe then we’ll be back in Cannes for that.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger says his new animated TV venture features a “superheroic guy” who gets things done — without constraints like laws to thwart his action.

“I think that a lot of times you can actually do more and accomplish more being outside of the system,” the muscle man-turned-Hollywood hunk-turned-California governor told The Associated Press in an interview Monday.

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The Expendables, or Action Clowns?

I am interesting in seeing this movie purely based on knowing how bad it will be, yet have some awesome kickass action movie stars in it. Anyone up for laughing at it with me soon?

In the rousingly explosive ’80s-pulp climax of The Expendables, Sylvester Stallone’s old-tin-soldiers-of-action mercenary thriller, the director-star and his right-hand lug, Jason Statham, lead a band of commandos in an assault on the island fortress of a corrupt general. The funny thing is, they don’t really have a plan. The ”plan” is this: They show up and attack the general’s men with fists, knives, and very big guns. The way that Stallone directs, though, every machete thrust and relentless round of bullet spray is staged with a certain undeniable conviction.

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Governator declares “fiscal emergency”

California employees, be ready to take more time off from work. But hey, at least he is making attempts to fix our state’s economic crisis. No one else seems to have the cajones to do it. Until our people can agree on a budget, I sort of feel that he has the right to put us on a less draining path until one is laid out for us.

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