London, May 04: Arnold Schwarzenegger is all set to make a comeback on big screen.
After spending eight years as governor of California, the 63-year-old muscle man will be starring in ‘Cry Macho’, a film about an alcoholic horse breeder whose wife and child have been killed – without a robot in sight.
This will be his first major film since stepping down as governor and it seems the film industry still has faith in his box-office pulling power.
In his heyday he was paid 15million pounds a film but is set to earn 6million pounds for ‘Cry Macho’, plus a 25 percent share in opening day box-office takings.
“He’s a little bit over-the-hill. The last two years didn’t go so well. But then the owner of the horses gives him a challenge. He sends him to Mexico to get his son,” the Daily Express quoted Schwarzenegger as saying of his character. (ANI)