Bodybuilder, actor, governor... And soon-to-be published author!
Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to tell his story. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Simon and Schuster announced Thursday that Schwarzenegger's upcoming autobiography is tentatively titled Total Recall, a double-entendre on the name of his 1990 film.
The 64-year-old former Governor of California made headlines in May when he and Maria Shriver called it quits after 25 years of marriage. The Terminator star soon confessed to fathering a child out of wedlock with a household staffer more than a decade ago.
In Schwarzenegger's upcoming memoir -- subtitled "My Unbelievably True Life Story" -- he'll be collaborating with Peter Petre, former executive editor of Fortune and the co-author of autobiographies by Alan Greenspan and Norman Schwarzkopf.
The book's publisher said in a statement that Schwarzenegger's memoir was "considered one of the most anticipated autobiographies of this generation." They added: "Schwarzenegger presents a larger-than-life portrait of his illustrious, controversial and ever-entertaining life in and out of the public eye."
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