Arnold Schwarzenegger Takes Another Ride As The Terminator In Today's Daily TwitPic

Soon, very soon now, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will be leaving office. He won't be able to run again either, thanks to term limits. And since a run for the White House is out of the question for the non-U.S. born politician, many believe that good, old Ahnuld will once again pursue the work that he will always be best-known for: acting.

He's certainly been leaning in that direction. He did a couple of cameos during his first days in office, in the (underrated!) Dwayne Johnson action/comedy "The Rundown" and the Jackie Chan-starring remake of "Around the World in 80 Days." More recently he lent his likeness to "Terminator Salvation," an '80s-era digital recreation of his character from "The Terminator." And this summer he has a full-blown scene in "The Expendables," with Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone.

The latest hint that Ahnuld will soon return to the big screen comes in the form of a photo op, today's Daily TwitPic. Schwarzenegger eased himself behind the handlebars of the same motorcycle that he rode in "The Terminator," part of a Reagan Library exhibition. He doesn't look quite as badass anymore, but a leather jacket and sunglasses would fix that right up.

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