Arnold Schwarzenegger

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"I'll be back," said the Terminator.

And he's back all right.

Almost two months ago, Arnold Schwarzenegger decided to halt his movie career because of the very public scandal—and soon after, divorce—that broke out.

But now he's ready.

A Schwarzenegger spokesman has confirmed that the former governor's on-again, off-again project with Lionsgate is back on (again), a western called Last Stand to be directed by Kim Ji-woon.

"It's a property which a zillion directors fell in love with: the good, the bad, the weird," a Lionsgate exec told Deadline.

"It's an old-fashioned Western specifically designed for a 63-year-old broken-down guy with a moral decision whether Arnold decides to stand up for his town. We always needed an iconic figure for it."

Hmmm...moral decisions. Sounds right up his alley!

What do you guys think? Is Hollywood ready for some more Schwarzenegger or should the guy say sayonara to the big screen?

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