Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced he will soon file a lawsuit against major oil companies for their decades-long contributions to climate change and environmental degradation. Schwarzenegger, who specifically...Show More Summary
Schwarzenegger planning to sue oil companies for 'knowingly killing people all over the world’ Rebecca Savransky, March 12, 2018 (The Hill) “Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is planning to sue oil companies, allegingShow More Summary
Call Me By Your Twins 2:10 Julius (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and Vincent (Danny DeVito) are back, and this time their love is deeper than ever. Get ready for the long awaited sequel to the 1988 comedy film 'TWINS' that proves that the love of family truly knows no bounds. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will headline an event to debut a new group seeking to reform the California Republican Party. The pair will deliver speeches and participate in panels on March 21 in Los Angeles at an event for New Way California,...
As it nears its kickoff, South By Southwest has added more Featured Speakers to the list as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Blumhouse Productions brass Jason Blum, and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris have come on board. Also making their way the...Show More Summary
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to politics... for Kung Fury, at least. Kevin Feige wants Ryan Coogler back for Black Panther's inevitable sequel. Plus, Doug Jones is open to return for the Hocus Pocus reboot, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies pokes fun at Justice League, and new looks at Legends of Tomorrow and Ash vs Evil Dead. Spoilers, away! More »
Once the first news broke out that there are plans for a movie based on the 2015 Kickstarter-funded viral short "Kung Fury", the Internet exploded. It was first reported that Michael Fassbender ("12... For more, visit our blog !
By William Dass The former California governor gets to fictionally become what he can't in real life. The article Arnold Schwarzenegger Gets to Be President in ‘Kung Fury’ Sequel appeared first on Film School Rejects.
If the presence of David Hasselhoff in the feature length Kung Fury wasn't enough 1980s nostalgia fetish fuel for you, perhaps Arnie will fill in some gaps. Shortly after Michael Fassbender was confirmed to star in the film project, THR also reports that former California Governor and former Mr. Show More Summary
The little parody that could just added a big star to its cast. Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined Michael Fassbender in the cast of a feature film that will be adapted from the cult-favorite digital short Kung Fury. The Governator is an appropriate casting choice for Kung Fury, given the film's status as a send-up of 80s action movies. Show More Summary
It was announced a few days ago that Michael Fassbender will co-lead a Kung Fury movie, and now word's come in that he'll be joined by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Looks like Kung Fury is going all-in on the nostalgia faux-gritty throwback stuff. First, it was confirmed that David Hasselhoff would be taking up a role in the feature, and now TheWrap is reporting that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joining the fray. But who will Schwarzenegger be playing? Of course, he’ll be playing the only […]
Well, this is one hell of a story. Turns out that David Sandberg's hit short film KUNG FURY is going to be made into a feature-length film with Sandberg starring and producing under his Laser Unicorns’ banner. And if that wasn't...Show More Summary
Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined Michael Fassbender and David Hasselhoff in the growing cast of the feature-length Kung Fury movie.
What we would not give to see Trump's reaction to this news. Read more...
Well, if you’re going to make an outrageous and over-the-top tribute to schlocky ’80s cinema, this is how you do it. Kung Fury, the big screen follow-up to the viral short film of the same name, has added action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger to its increasingly bizarre cast. Show More Summary
The movie is set to shoot in Europe and the U.S. this summer The post Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins David Sandberg’s Kung Fury appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Terminator is learning Kung Fu. Arnold Schwarzenegger is joining the cast of hot Berlin title Kung Fury. The former governor of California is to star alongside Michael Fassbender and David Sandberg in the action comedy. It is the...Show More Summary
Arnold Schwarzenegger teamed with the Democrats to rewrite the rules, and now it seems clear you won’t be allowed to vote for any Republican for Senate or Governor in November. Schwarzenegger didn’t like it that conservatives kept winning Republican primaries. Show More Summary
Trump stuck to the script during the annual prayer breakfast – unlike last year when he mocked Arnold Schwarzenegger.