'Terminator 3' Hardest Yet For Schwarzenegger[Friday, May 16th, 2003]
Arnold Schwarzenegger has told Reuters that the upcoming Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines ranks as the toughest movie he had ever made, but vowed that his days as an action hero were far from over.
"I worked harder on Terminator 3 than on any other movie I have ever done. It was very hard as far as stunts were concerned," said Schwarzenegger. "I got some serious injuries which resulted in hip problems, back problems, and surgery on my shoulder."
"I have so many more years left," he added. "I am in great shape, and I can go on for many, many more years. I consider this like the midterm of my career and my life."
He went on to say that we can expect more on-liners such as the "I'll be back" as seen in the previous two Terminator movie.
"There will be great one-liners in the new film. When we did Terminator One, 'I'll be back' was a line that we did not know when we filmed it was going to be one of the most repeated lines in the history of motion pictures."
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