Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenneger announced his return to acting after serving as governor of California for eight years from 2003 to 2011.
Schwarzenegger made his return to acting official the other day by tweeting that's he's essentially back open for business.
"Exciting news. My friends at CAA have been asking me for 7 years when they can take offers seriously. Gave them the green light today," Schwarzenegger wrote.
There's no word yet on which project he'll take on first, but Schwarzenegger mentioned in an interview how he was already looking at three different projects, one of which was 'With Wings as Eagles,' which would find him playing a WWII German soldier who disobeys orders and begins rescuing POWs, popeater.com reports.
His movie career had been on the wane before he announced a surprise bid for the governorship in 2003, running as a moderate Republican.
He had an uncredited role in the action flick The Expendables in 2010.
Schwarzenegger originated the ominous line "I'll be back" in the first "Terminator" film in 1984, and it has become his trademark phrase for all occasions.
Schwarzenegger, who is originally from Austria and married to Maria Shriver of the Kennedy clan, served as 38th governor of California.