He Did Say He’d Be Back…

The CAA (one of Hollywood’s largest talent agencies) has begun shopping a Schwarzenegger rights package that will put Arnold back in the role of the Terminator. It’s being reported by Deadline.com and rumor is “Fast Five” director Justin Lin will direct.

The agency is dropping the package on studios this afternoon. I’m told that already, Universal, Sony and Lionsgate, and CBS Films are looking hard at the package. There is no screenwriter attached at this point, and Robert Cort is producing. This is the first real activity on The Terminator project since February 2010, when the property emerged from a bankruptcy auction and into the possession of Pacificor.

Personally, I’m kind of over the Terminator franchise. It feels like milking a dead cow at this point. But, I would be totally lying if I didn’t note I appreciate the irony of the Governator’s return to acting being in the role that marked his entrance into acting. Mostly, I think I just need to know more about this to decide if I care.

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