Arnold Schwarzenegger’s forthcoming The Governator, which will follows the actor’s post-political career as he fights crime as a means of avoiding Tom Arnold, will become a 3-D, presumably animated feature film debuting in 2013, according to Schwarzenegger, who unveiled his complete Governator multi-platform plan at Cannes while wearing his “signature cowboy boots” in an aggressive effort to make sure France continues to hate us. As we reported earlier, The Governator will start out as a 52-episode cartoon and comic book, the success of which is apparently a given, considering that Schwarzenegger is already talking up a movie. In fact, he’s counting on this thing going worldwide: When asked by a probably-smirking-to-himself reporter whether The Governator would ever fight the likes of Muammar Gadaffi, Schwarzenegger hemmed and hawed on the subject, saying it could limit the show’s international appeal as “we may have a chance of selling our series down there.” So maybe simmer down there, Libya, or you won’t get a chance to see The Governator. In fact, maybe instead of airstrikes we should just be broadcasting this trailer.
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