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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Arnold Schwarzenegger to Film Fifth Terminator Movie in San Francisco

Posted By on Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 8:52 AM

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Remember when Arnold Schwarzenegger was seen wearing a fake mustache and pretending to be a personal trainer at Gold's Gym in L.A.? Get prepared to start seeing him around San Francisco, too (although hopefully without the mustache, that was kind of terrifying).

Because four apparently isn't enough, Hollywood is cranking out a fifth Terminator movie, to be called Terminator: Genesis. The Governator himself confirmed in an interview with The Arnold Fans that although most of the filming will be done in New Orleans, some of it will take place in San Francisco.

According to SFist, Schwarzenegger said that the San Francisco portions of the film will be shot "sometime this summer," although where exactly is unknown as of yet.

While you're waiting for Arnie appearances in your neighborhood, keep an eye out for Kathleen Robertson (Claire Arnold from Beverly Hills 90210) and Taye Diggs (Dr. Sam Bennett from Private Practice), who will be in San Francisco sometime between now and this coming summer to film the upcoming TNT drama Murder in the First.

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