No More Politics For Schwarzenegger
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER has given his film fans a boost by announcing his days as a politician are numbered - and he'll quit chasing public office next year (10).
The former action man's second and final term as Governor of California comes to an end at the end of 2010 and he insists he won't be seeking any other political gig after he steps down.
The Austrian-bon Republican recently hinted at another possible political run when he challenged America's rules on the nationality of those who seek election as President, but Schwarzenegger insists he won't be seeking that role - or any other once he leaves office in Sacramento, California.
He says, "I have never labelled myself as a politician, so I am not going to run for anything else."
But he stopped short of announcing any film plans. Since taking office in 2003, Schwarzenegger suspended his movie career, appearing only in cameo roles in The Rundown, Around the World in 80 Days and The Kid & I.
He's attached to next year's (10) star-studded blockbuster The Expendables, which will star Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis and Terry Crews.