The Governator agreed with this assessment, saying his movie career would be all but dead (he'd be willing to do spot cameos and the like from time to time) for the duration of his service. But he continued to insist he'd do some work on Terminator 4. As of right now it looks like his other job isn't going anywhere for awhile, so just how does he plan to make another film? Well ... he doesn't, at least not according to co-writer Michael Ferris, who recently said "'Terminator 3 kind of closed the book on Schwarzenegger, as did his gubernatorial career." While I continue to be intrigued by a movie about the post-apocalyptic future of the Terminator world, something just feels wrong about a Terminator movie without ... you know, the original Terminator. What say you -- can the series survive without the man himself?
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