Dallas, Texas (05news) – Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger, the Austrian-American bodybuilder and former Governor of California, admits that he is addicted to power.
According to the details, in his most recent interview the 63-year-old Hollywood star claimed that the highest post in the most powerful office of the state certainly left him addicted to its power.
While estimating the total cost of being the most powerful man in California, Arnold added that his seven-year long regime as Governor of California cost him nearly $200 million (included $70 million in lost movie roles).
“My appalling popularity rankings are just a snapshot. They rocket me to the top and I have not been forced out of office by term limits,” said Arnold, who reportedly began weight training at age 15.
During the interview, Arnold Schwarzenegger also reveled that he was trying to make a perfect power-pack Hollywood comeback. “Currently I’m reading three scripts. In the future I have to adapt my roles to my age. Clint Eastwood has also done it in the same way,” told Arnold.
However, he further told that he would not be available for extreme fighting or shooting scenes as “it is not possible anymore.” He wants to be more encouraged as an actor so that he can manage this challenge.
And to end the discussion, the ex-Olympian said that he was like a sponge that could absorb all the knowledge at any time!
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