Soon, very soon now, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will be leaving office. He won't be able to run again either, thanks to term limits. And since a run for the White House is out of the question for the non-U.S. born politician, many believe that good, old Ahnuld will once again pursue the work that he will always be best-known for: acting.
He's certainly been leaning in that direction. He did a couple of cameos during his first days in office, in the (underrated!) Dwayne Johnson action/comedy "The Rundown" and the Jackie Chan-starring remake of "Around the World in 80 Days." More recently he lent his likeness to "Terminator Salvation," an '80s-era digital recreation of his character from "The Terminator." And this summer he has a full-blown scene in "The Expendables," with Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone.
The latest hint that Ahnuld will soon return to the big screen comes in the form of a photo op, today's Daily TwitPic. Schwarzenegger eased himself behind the handlebars of the same motorcycle that he rode in "The Terminator," part of a Reagan Library exhibition. He doesn't look quite as badass anymore, but a leather jacket and sunglasses would fix that right up.
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