Comic legend Mel Brooks and his son Max joined forces to film a PSA urging people to stay inside amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The screen icon and former California governor urged people to remain inside with the help of his miniature pony Whiskey and donkey Lulu.
“The Late Late Show” host told Arnold Schwarzenegger how President Donald Trump’s daughter responded.
Fortunately for Chris Pratt, it seems he's made a good impression on the "Terminator" actor.
The former governor of California explained "the reality" of their feud in a new interview.
"I'm still here," the actor fired back with a dig about Trump's refusal to disclose his tax returns.
The James Cameron-produced sequel, a follow to "T2," also shows the scruffy side of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
At least it didn't mess up his Snapchat.
"You have earned all of the celebration," the "Terminator" star said with a photo of them together.
They’ve got a bald eagle AND an American flag on them.
"Whiskey (the pony) has a morning fitness routine, too," notes former Terminator and California governor.
Rob Kearney tied the knot after winning the Arnold Pro Strongman Championship in Australia. Arnold Schwarzenegger was there to congratulate the couple.
Joseph Baena's worthy attempt to emulate his pop will pump you up.
"So happy you said yes!" the "Jurassic World" actor wrote on Instagram on Sunday.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, a former governor and environmental activist, slammed President Donald Trump over climate change policies.
“I wish that I could be the Terminator in real life,” the actor said, “to be able to travel back in time and to stop all fossil fuels when they were discovered.”
“We should have gotten the Emmy for ‘The Apprentice,’ you know?”
"I'm pumped to be back together again," Schwarzenegger wrote.
Everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Mark Wahlberg to Dolly Parton memorialized the actor on social media.
The movie star and former governor called his 20-year-old son a "great training partner."