He’s back! On Monday, May 4, Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden. In addition to chatting with the new British host, 36, the Terminator Genisys star, 67, also appeared in a special segment honoring his illustrious film career.
Schwarzenegger was the second star to reprise some of his most memorable roles in just six minutes after Tom Hanks did the same skit in late March.
In the course of just six minutes, the pair covered a series of the former governor of California’s biggest films, including Terminator, Kindergarten Cop, Jingle All the Way, and The Expendables.
Schwarzenegger also got a lap dance from a bra-clad Corden, pretending to be Jamie Lee Curtis’ character in the 1994 film True Lies.
When asked after the sketch what his favorite of his own films is, Schwarzenegger replied, “I think Kindergarten Cop probably. One of the comedies because for so many years, I tried to get into comedy and I couldn’t because the studios made all this money from the action movies.”
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