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Arnold Schwarzenegger's secret "Zeus" project?



The action star puzzles his fans with a poster and a release date.

It looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger has shifted to another iconic role. In an acclaimed post in his social channels, he presents a project that has so far been top secret: "Zeus". A well-made poster made for a Ridley Scott epic or a Marvel role shows the now 74-year-old action icon in the role of the king of the gods from Greek mythology. There is very little other information here except that the premiere will take place in "February 2022".

But could this be a new big movie that they managed to record completely in secret? Hardly.

The fans' guessing games are already underway. Some hope that Arnold is part of Disney's upcoming "Percy Jackson" series, others are amused by the idea of a connection to "King Fury 2". Now do not get too excited, because the truth is probably not as exciting. The star who began his film career as "Hercules in New York" in 1970 would undeniably have a full role in the role of Zeus, but this is probably just a PR trick. Considering "February", we guess Arnold Schwarzenegger will appear in a lavish commercial during the Super Bowl in a couple of weeks.

Among Arnold's "real" projects in the future is a spy series on Netflix that should be released during the year. We are also waiting for the sequel to "King Fury" by Swedish David Sandberg, where he will have a big role.


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