Arnold Schwarzenegger’s transformation from 1 to 74

Towards the end of his tenure as governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger made a gentle return to comedy. ’80s action star Sylvester Stallone used Schwarzenegger in a cameo role in the 2010 film “The Expendables”. In an interview for, the former governor explained the role, “Sly gave me a chance to work for four days, but it looked like I worked for weeks on the film. They shot so many sequences, from six in the morning to late at night. The two appeared together in the franchise’s first three films, so when Stallone dropped out of “The Expendables 4,” so did Schwarzenegger. “There are no consumables without Sly,” Schwarzenegger told Entertainment Weekly. “I would never make the movie without him, no. “

In his personal life, Schwarzenegger revealed a shocking truth to his Maria Shriver after leaving office. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, the actor and politician admitted he cheated on his wife and had a child outside of their marriage. Schwarzenegger had an affair with Mildred Baena, a member of the family’s maintenance staff, and the two eventually welcomed a son, Joseph Baena, in 1997.

In a statement, Schwarzenegger said: “There is no excuse and I take full responsibility for the harm I have caused. I apologized to Maria, my children and my family. I am really sorry. Shriver left the family home and the couple broke up following the scandal that tore the Schwarzenegger family apart.

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