Arnold Schwarzenegger certainly didn't waste his breath when it came to airing his views on the fourth Terminator film.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Schwarzenegger said "thank God" when it was pointed out he didn't appear in Terminator: Salvation, the poorly-received fourth instalment directed by Joseph 'McG' Nichol.
"It sucked," Schwarzenegger added somewhat brutally, prompting giggles from his co-stars.
Fortunately the former Governer of California, who will star in Terminator: Genisys this summer, was more diplomatic when it came to choosing a favourite among the other three instalments.
"I really can’t say that," he said. "I think that the three that I was in, they all three had their own personalities and interesting storylines."
Terminator: Genisys is the first film in a reboot for the series and stars Schwarzenegger as well as Game Of Thrones actor Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor and JK Simmons as Detective O’Brien. Set in 2029, the Genisys plot focuses on Kyle Reese travelling through time to protect Sarah Connor (again), only to find that an alternate timeline is playing out.
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