In what could be a perfect storm of awesomeness, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has announed that he's ready to return to acting at the exact same time that Universal has decided they'd like to start working on a new film in the 'Terminator' series. Are you thinking what I'm thinking? If you are, stop. It's a bad idea.

While the idea of The Governator re-donning his leather jacket and coming back for another round of cyborg butt-kicking sounds great on paper, the reality appears to be something far different. I'm not saying a Schwarznegger-led 'Terminator' sequel would be a complete disaster (because, let's face it, out-doing 'Terminator: Salvation' in terms of mediocrity would be quite the challenge), but there are a number of factors that seem to indicate that this would be a bad move for Schwarzenegger.
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