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Sixth ‘Terminator’ film succeeds by ignoring past three in beloved series

True to its title, there’s a subtext of fatalism to “Dark Fate” that lends the film, however much of it may repeat the first two, a new tone – one that is even more at war between optimism and cynicism. Sarah Connor may have averted one dark version of the future, but another even darker destiny may be inevitable.

Blaming Trump and his ‘baggage,’ Schwarzenegger bails on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’

The series didn’t exactly roar out of the gate when it debuted on Jan. 2, just a few weeks before Trump’s inauguration. It premiered with just under 5 million viewers, which marked a 27 percent drop from the previous season under Trump. The season finale, which aired on Feb. 13, finished last in its time slot among the four major broadcast networks.

Trump raps Schwarzenegger at National Prayer Breakfast

President Donald Trump sought prayers Thursday for Arnold Schwarzenegger over ratings for “Celebrity Apprentice” – the show Trump once hosted and which he said has become a “total disaster” since California’s Republican former governor took over the franchise.

The feud between Donald Trump and Arnold Schwarzenegger continues

Arnold Schwarzenegger, who immigrated to the U.S. from Austria, on Monday said President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants’ entry to the United States was “badly vetted” (that’s an oft-heard criticism) and “makes us look stupid” (that’s a flourish) in an interview with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez.

‘Plan’ lets action stars relive heyday

Stallone was always a better actor than Schwarzenegger. That burning question, for those old enough to have asked it and deluded enough to have never figured it out, is answered once and for all in “Escape Plan,” a vintage prison escape movie in the classic Sly and/or Arnold mold. They’re both in it, both locked up and both looking for a way out of a superprison that has all the escape-proof conveniences that private enterprise can cook up. The old pros hit their marks, and each other. They spill some blood and have theirs spilled.