Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a video of him advising his followers to stay at home while feeding a donkey named Lulu and a pony named Whiskey.
Discussing their organization World War Zero, Arnold Schwarzenegger and former Senator John Kerry expressed the importance of showing that environmental policy is a bipartisan issue.
"Terminator: Dark Fate" is full of callbacks and references to the previous films in the franchise. Here are the most important ones from the new movie explained.
Call the number for Carl's Draperies in "Terminator: Dark Fate" and hear a specially-recorded message from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The new film reunites Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton on-screen.
The Hollywood action star and former California governor has loaned his electric car to Greta Thunberg so she can attend a Montreal climate march on Friday.
Somehow, Arnold Schwarzenegger's reformed Terminator Model 101 survived (or was replaced) after his molten metal dip in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day.'
Trump was in fact referring to the movie star's ratings, but the former governor used it as an excuse to reignite his feud with the U.S. president.
The former California governor urged the president to reconsider his fiscal 2020 budget proposal, saying "it doesn't may any sense."
Schwarzenegger, an author, is also the great-niece of the late President John F. Kennedy.
"When are you going to ask him for an autograph or a selfie?" the ex-governor said of Trump's flattery of the Russian leader.
Daniel Pellisier is accused of being a john.
"As soon as I saw those bulging legs, I knew I had to name this one after Arnold."
The Terminator star warned Trump: "One man can't go back in time," joking "Only I can do that."
A Senate seat would allow the movie star to get closer—geographically, anyway—to his recent tormentor, President Donald Trump.
America's two biggest celebrities-turned-politicians battle it out on Twitter after "The New Celebrity Apprentice" garners subpar ratings.
The actor had a close encounter with a bull elephant while on safari in South Africa.
NBC has named a new host for its popular reality franchise.