Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Hollywood movie star and former Governor of California, is to release a memoir entitled, 'Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story'. News of the book comes shortly after Arnold separated from his wife Maria Shriver following a highly public infidelity scandal.
The actor's representative claimed Arnold had been working on the book for over a year - months before his infamous affair became public. A source told People Magazine the book will not be a "tell all", although TM.com claims, "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story will address the affair and his crumbling relationship with Maria Shriver". The 'Terminator' star split from Shriver earlier this year and later confessed to fathering a child ten years ago with his housekeeper Mildred Baena. Despite his personal problems, the autobiography is likely to focus on Arnold's Hollywood career and stint as Governor of California. Although an official deal is yet to be completed, the memoir is expected to be published by Simon & Schuster and is tentatively planned to hit shelves in October 2012.
Schwarzenegger will soon begin filming on action-adventure movie 'The Expendables 2', with Jason Statham, Nicolas Cage and Bruce Willis. He is also expected to star in 'Last Stand', about a drug cartel leader who escapes from a courthouse and makes for the Mexican border.