Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to his "Terminator" roots after reportedly signing on for another futuristic action film.
The movie star-turned-politician is attached to star in the latest "Terminator" film project, which is currently being offered to studio bosses in Hollywood.
Deadline.com reports the film doesn't even have a script or a director yet, but Arnie will be back as a robot from the future.
The 63 year-old stepped down as Governor of California in January after serving two terms as the head of the state.
Schwarzenegger is also developing an animated TV show and accompanying comic book series with Spider-Man creator Stan Lee, titled "The Governator." Schwarzenegger starred in three "Terminator" movies. Aussie star Sam Worthington took over from him in 2009's "Terminator Salvation."