"I'll be back" now has a whole new meaning.

The Hollywood Reporter posts that good ol' Arnold Schwarzenegger will soon be immortalized in DC not for his politics, but for his killing machine. The Library of Congress/National Film Registry has selected 25 films to be preserved in the registry. The choices must be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically" significant, and James Cameron's 1984 film The Terminatorleads the pack with its "ingenious, thoughtful script ... and relentless, nonstop action."

And it's a pretty interesting mix of films that will go along with Arnie. We're talking The Invisible Man, Deliverance, In Cold Blood, The Pawnbroker, The Killers, Johnny Guitar, The Asphalt Jungle, A Face in the Crowd, Sergeant York, Disneyland Dream, Flower Drum Song, Free Radicals, Hallelujah, The March, No Lies, On the Bowery, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, George Stevens WWII Footage, Water and Power, White plus silent films like The Perils of Pauline, One Week, So's Your Old Man,White Fawn's Devotion, and Foolish Wives.

Does Schwarzenegger fit right into this list? Are there others that should trump the Terminator? Sound off below!
categories Awards, Cinematical