Arnold Schwarzenegger

The former California governor said wearing a mask during a pandemic is not about freedom. It's about saving lives.
"Virtually all of the real experts around the world are telling us the vaccine is safe and some people on Facebook are saying it isn’t," the "Terminator" star wrote.
One of them was from "The Terminator," the other from a lesser-appreciated entry in Schwarzenegger's film catalog.
"The Tonight Show" host saved the best for last in "Picture This."
The former California governor drew parallels between Kristallnacht in 1938 and the deadly Capitol siege in a video message rebuking the president and his allies.
“People that are in the center create the action," the former California governor told CNN.
LeBron James, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alyssa Milano, Lana Del Rey and more joined the celebration.
"Being mean is so yesterday," Schwarzenegger wrote in defense of her husband Chris Pratt.
She called Trump “trash” for a tweet downplaying COVID-19 while her husband poked fun at celebrities voicing political opinions.
The former California governor is very active on Reddit and discovered a custom pipe made by a fan for his birthday, which prompted an epic exchange.