Since Arnold Schwarzenegger left public office, he's mentioned a few movie projects that he might be interested, but there's been no mention of True Lies 2.
When asked previously by The Arnold Fans what scripts he was considering as his comeback film, he said, "Well, first of all it's more like fifteen scripts that have been sent to me after people had found out that I have been interested again in doing films, so I don't want to bore anyone to go through those things but there are the obvious ones from 'The Terminator' scripts to remakes of 'Predator' and 'The Running Man' and all of those things."
Tom Arnold meanwhile has been making claims that there's a True Lies 2 script to the press, but Schwarzenegger addressed the possible sequel in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
"The idea of a 'True Lies' sequel has been around since the early 2000s, but then 9/11 happened and we didn't do it because it had to do with a terrorist attack. A lot of terrorist-type scripts were cancelled back then, but now they are emerging again because there hasn't been a terrorist attack in the last 10 years. Then, of course, there's dialogue about me getting back into the Terminator thing. But you know, I've been out of office only two months now. I couldn't be thinking about doing 'Terminator 16' while I was still governor."
His quote above about "Terminator" sure is interesting. And what did he say about possibly reteaming with James Cameron on a film?