‘The Governator': Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back

March 31, 2011 | 1:37 p.m.
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Entertainment Weekly's "The Governator" cover (Stan Lee Comics) and Stan Lee. (Chris Hatcher / PR Photos)

Over on Show Tracker, Melissa Maerz has a story on “The Governator,” an animated series and comic book that pairs Arnold Schwarzenegger with Marvel legend Stan Lee.

Due out sometime next year on a to-be-determined network, the show follows the Governator as he trades a career in politics for a crime-fighting venture run out of Arnold Cave, a cyber center hidden under his house in Brentwood, Calif. The superhero comes complete with a collection of super cars, super suits and super sidekicks, including a teenage computer whiz who will help him fight scores of super villains, including the G.I.R.L.I.E. Men.

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6 Responses to ‘The Governator': Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back

  1. ryan says:

    I like Schwartzenegger, he's awesome.

  2. George Jackson says:

    I guess Stan Lee of Marvel sold out in his old age…I wonder if he was ever in? Who's next? David Spitzer as Spiderman?

    • Tmiller says:

      Watch what you say about Stan "the man" … Oh no … hulking out … aaarrgghh!

      • George Jackson says:

        I fear no man…I'll met him behind Fox Studios if he wants, we'll thumb wrestle,then wage a political debate followed by best epic oral tragedy in the tradition of Homer for the title of Ubermensch.

  3. George Jackson says:

    Some interesting facts about Arnold that are public knowledge yet seems swept under the rug…"Arnold openly supported Kurt Waldheim, Former UN chief and a former Austrian politician who participated in Nazi atrocities during World War II. Schwarzenegger's name remained on Waldheim's campaign posters, even after allegations of Waldheim's war crimes were brought to light. Waldheim was even invited to Arnold's wedding." "March 1992 Spy Magazine article mentions a story confirmed by "a businessman and longtime friend of Schwarzenegger's" — that in the '70s Arnold "enjoyed playing and giving away records of Hitler's speeches." "Schwarzenegger reportedly said on-camera during the filming of "Pumping Iron" that he "admired" Hitler. The footage was not used in the final version of the movie." http://www.arnoldexposed.com/arnold.htm

  4. Cisco says:

    It has been completed. A new super script has been created for Terminator 5 and submitted for copyright.

    The script, which has been titled, was written by an unknown screenwriter, who resides in New Jersey. The script was penned to advance the Terminator series in a completely different direction then all of the previous motion pictures.

    Robert Cort and Director Justin Lin are currently being reported as Producer and Director of the upcoming motion picture.

    A source close to the story stated that a copy of the heroic script has been sent to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Daniel Ketchell, assistant to Schwarzenegger has also been notified.

    Limited copies of the script have been released to select major executives of talents agencies.
    Studio executives of Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Universal Studios have been contacted from the New Jersey based fictionist.

    The Terminator franchise is owned by Santa Barbara based hedge fund company Pacificor.
    CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Pacificor Andrew B. Mitchell was advised of the script from New Jersey.

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