Good Morning America: Total Recall Review
Good Morning America sat down with the ex-guvinator Arnold Schwarzenegger, to talk about his new book Total Recall. In the book, Arnold claims he always knew he was going to be famous, saying he was not sure how he was going to do it but he knew it was going to happen. He further explained that coming from a small village gave him motivation to get out and after he began weight lifting, he knew it was his ticket to America.
And a little known fact he talks about in Total Recall, Arnold almost ruined one of, if not the most, iconic movie line ever said, “I’ll be back.” Arnold wanted to say “I will be back” because he had such a hard time saying the words in a clear English accent. But the director, James Cameron, said Arnold had to say it the way he wrote it. And thank goodness Arnold listened. Some kind of butterfly effect could have a happened if Arnold never said those words.
As for running for Governor of California, Arnold said it was not exactly what he wanted to do. He said he started in the Paralympics and eventually had a yearning for politics. When the recall election happened, he knew he had to give it a shot.
Good Morning America: Jamie Gertz New Show
The new TV show The Neighbors focuses on a family who have moved to a gated townhouse and quickly realize all their neighbors are from another planet, literally. The neighbors in the community, or aliens rather, have been stuck on the planet for 10 years waiting to get home. They also get nourishment from reading and have all adopted the names of famous athletes.
Jamie Gertz thanked everyone watching for giving the show over 10 million views on the first episode. She also said she doesn’t know why the aliens have accents on the show, but figured it might be because English is a too guttural language for them.