Schwarzenegger Set To “Cry Macho”

Though he’s been linked to three other projects, including a return to the “Terminator” franchise, Vulture reports that Arnold Schwarzenegger may have found a new one to serve as his first post-Governor acting gig.

The story centers on a horse trainer, fired by his boss, who ends up agreeing to kidnap his boss’ 11-year-old son from his Mexican ex-wife. Things take a twist when it’s learned the ex-wife is happy to be rid of the young boy.

Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) will direct this drama from an adapted screenplay he wrote based on N. Richard Nash’s novel. Albert S. Ruddy and Bill Block will produce with production to kick off this Summer.

Meanwhile Latino Review has picked up the rather unusual report from a scooper that the aforementioned fifth installment of “Terminator” will feature the entire original cast, namely Linda Hamilton and Michael Biehn.