Arnold Schwarzenegger Is Officially Back For More 'Terminator' In Today's Casting Call

TerminatorArnold Schwarzenegger is "The Terminator." No, really.

According to Deadline, the former Governor, who is making his long-awaited return to the big screen, will revive the legendary franchise that kept his status as a bona fide action star intact throughout the '80s and '90s. While there's no writer yet attached to the project, "Fast Five" director Justin Lin could helm the next installment of the "Terminator" saga, which will -- say it with me -- bring Arnold "baaahk."

Check out the rest of Tuesday's biggest casting news from Hollywood, including additions to "The Hunger Games," as well as a plea from Kristen Bell to appear in the big screen adaptation.

Welcome To District 3

You may not know the names of the District 3 competitors in "The Hunger Games," but now you'll know the names of the actors who will play the youngsters called into the reaping: Ian Nelson and Kalia Prescott. Our friends over at Hollywood Crush report that the pair of relative unknowns will take on the parts of the tributes from the tech-savvy region of Panem.

Kristen Bell Wants To Play

Self-proclaimed "Hunger Games" fanatic Kristen Bell has started her own campaign to appear in the films. As reported by Slash Film, Bell wants to bring the character Johanna Mason, a former Games victor and District 7 survivor, to life.

"Ice Age 4" Has Hot Cast

In addition to having its original stars like Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, and Denis Leary, the latest installment in the "Ice Age" movies -- this time called "Ice Age: Continental Drift" -- has a bevy of new talent on board. According to The Hollywood Reporter, A-listers like Jeremy Renner and Jennifer Lopez will be lending their voices to the fourth flick in the franchise. Aziz Ansari, Wanda Sykes, KiKi Palmer, and singer Drake are also new additions.

Don't Reload, "Recoil"

Two major marquee bad asses, Steve Austin and Danny Trejo, will be teaming up for an indie action flick called "Recoil." Variety reports that the two stars will play an ex-cop and a killer, both of whom are hell-bent on getting revenge on one another.

"21 Jump Street" Grows in Population

The ensemble for the upcoming movie version of "21 Jump Street" continues to expand. According to Variety, actor Johnny Pemberton ("In The Loop") will join the likes of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill for the flick.

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