NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE: Don’t Hire The Hot Nanny. On Twitter, somebody invoked Arnold Schwarzenegger as the counterexample, but I think the answer is that if you’re on enough testosterone, they’re all hot.
Gotham gave us a sneak peek of what its Mr. Freeze will look like. And he doesn't resemble Arnold Schwarzenegger circa Batman & Robin (1997) at all. Thank goodness.
If you've watched TV, especially a network like ESPN recently, you've probably seen ads for a game called Mobile Strike [Free] featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Expect to see lots of these, because this is the new game from Machine Zone, aka the developers of Game of War https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/game-of-war-fire-age/id667728512?mt=8. Show More Summary
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Machine Zone has begun its advertising campaign for its Mobile Strike modern war strategy mobile game with a commercial starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger is the celebrity promoter for the new title from Palo Alto, Calif.-based Machine Zone, which is currently at the top of the heap in the $30 billion mobile game business thanks to […]
Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed a particularly rich Golden Age as an action star, one that was marked more often than not by his films having interesting, layered women in them. His earliest starring roles, “Conan the Barbarian” and “The Terminator,” had great co-stars in Sandahl Bergman and Linda Hamilton, respectively. Show More Summary
The Governator is starring in a new campaign to help terminate rhino poachers in Africa!
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back - and no, I'm not talking about the new Terminator movie. I'm referring to the brand new mobile game by the developer behind the behemoth Game of War. It's called Mobile Strike and it's, essentially, Game of War set in the modern day. That means you'll still be building a base, hiring soldiers, and decimating all foes in your path. [Read more]
Roles from iconic movies that were intended for Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger blow up a tusk to "terminate" the illegal killing of 96 elephants a day for ivory
But he had a very good reason.
The developer of $1m-a-day revenue mobile app Game of War has launched a new game fronted by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Mobile Strike is a free-to-play military strategy funded by microtransactions, similar to Game of War. And, like Game...Show More Summary
Visual effects supervisor Sheldon Stopsack breaks down the process of creating the 'young' Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Terminator Genisys'.
EXCLUSIVE: Machine Zone has been singularly successful with its Game of War: Fire Age, the epic fantasy-strategy game for mobile that has been the world’s top-grossing title in the $30 billion mobile gaming market since the summer. But now a mysterious new game, Mobile Strike, has gone live and is being advertised by a company dubbed […]
"Arnold Schwarzenegger is an unsung pioneer for minority actors. Look at The Terminator: There had to be someone who heard his name tossed around for the role and thought: ‘Wait, why would the robot have an Austrian accent? No one's gonna buy that! We gotta get a robot that has an American accent! Just get [...]
DURHAM, N.C. -- Researchers have devised a technology that can bring true color to infrared imaging systems, like the one used to track Arnold Schwarzenegger through the jungle in the movie "Predator." Traditional infrared imaging systems may look colorful on screen, with warm objects appearing redder and whiter than their surroundings. Show More Summary
Former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will star in an upcoming revenge drama directed by Elliot Lester and produced by Darren Aronofsky.
EXCLUSIVE: Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films has stepped up to finance and produce with Protozoa Pictures 478, the drama that Arnold Schwarzenegger will star in and Elliott Lester will direct from a script by Javier Guillon. The film is produced...Show More Summary
In the wonky world of climate change, California’s presence at the United Nations summit in Paris next month is expected to be a star-studded affair. There will be an actual movie star, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who jump-started some of the state’s most ambitious efforts to slow global...