Arnold Schwarzenegger Pranks For Fun And Profit [WATCH VIDEO]

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger Pranks For Fun And Profit [WATCH VIDEO]
Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger visited Madam Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood to give his fans a real scare. Many became faint at heart when the Terminator’s wax statue on display started moving of its own accord. One young girl said, “he look real” seconds before the statue, aka, Schwarzenegger moved to hug her.

Arnold Schwarzenegger eventually got outside and battled with a terminator lookalike for mimicry supremacy. He even commented on his own signature print on the sidewalk, apparently in a different part of Hollywood, asking, “Who is this Schwarzenegger?”

It is obvious that the prankster in the actor is not satisfied yet. He is inviting people to Los Angeles to blow shit up with him.  That is the pinned tweet on his twitter account. We kid you not. He even admits to “making a career out of making sequels, which is the same thing, only more awesome.”

So what’s really going on? Arnold Schwarzenegger is doing these YouTube videos to get patrons for charity. All proceeds go to afterschool programs. Oh and also,  he is promoting his movie – a sequel – using these videos.

Internet has proven itself as the definitive new media. Even big stars like Madonna, Jim Carey, and Arnold Schwarzenegger use it to promote their work these days. Fans would have heard that pop diva Madonna’s new video has gone viral too via the Vevo channel of YouTube.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new movie “Genisys,” a sequel in the Terminator series, is coming out soon. If trade sources are to be believed it is as smashing as the other movies in the series. Apparently there was a fancy Berlin premiere on the twenty first of June which was broadcast live on Yahoo!, but we might have to wait for the real movie release in our part of the world. Meanwhile, here’s the juicy prank to whet your appetite:

Photo Source: Facebook/Arnold Schwarzenegger

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