Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed coming back for Terminator 5. At a press junket in London yesterday (January 22), the actor mentioned the sequel in a list of his upcoming projects.
Schwarzenegger is in the UK to promote his new movie The Last Stand, which opens tomorrow (January 24).
Schwarzenegger told The Sun: "They're writing right now Terminator 5. There have been some writers on it for the last year-and-a-half and they could not pull it off. We have told them over and over that they are going in the wrong direction, now they've finally got rid of those writers and they've got new really quality writers. Now they're going in the right direction."
The project is produced by Zero Dark Thirty producer Megan Ellison, who owns the rights to the Terminator franchise, and her brother David, CEO of Skydance Productions, makers of Star Trek Into Darkness and Jack Reacher.
Schwarzenegger played a futuristic assassin in three films released between 1984 and 2003, but sat out the last instalment, 2009's Terminator Salvation, which starred Christian Bale and Sam Worthington.
Apparently Arnold meant it when he said "I'll be back!"