Arnold Schwarzenegger announced through the prominent entertainment agency CAA that he intends to put his movie comeback on hold in order to deal with the BabyGate scandal. As the hoopla over the past affair with his housekeeper blooms and Arnie braces for what could be a costly divorce from soon-to-be ex-wifey Maria Shriver, the revelation has left us with a few questions.
Lucky for us, the Century City, Los Angeles entertainment and sports agency has some immediate answers. In a statement released on Thursday, CAA commented on behalf of the Last Action Hero. "Gov. Schwarzenegger is focusing on personal matters and is not willing to commit to any production schedules or timelines," the statement said. "This includes Cry Macho, the Terminator franchise and other projects under consideration. We will resume discussions when Gov. Schwarzenegger decides."
Does this mean that we won't have to suffer through animated series and a 3D film versions of The Governator? TMZ says yes. Guess it doesn't make sense to create a whole new show in which a superhero is supposed to fight crime with the help of his wife and their five four kids.