Due to his self-control and ability to work, Arnold Schwarzenegger fully justified his nickname – “Iron Arnie”. Just imagine: the 71-year-old actor began filming in Terminator 6 just three months after open-heart surgery.

Recall that the Hollywood veteran urgently appeared on the operating table on March 30 last year, when he urgently needed to replace the valve. Schwarzenegger’s health condition was cause for concern – it was expected that the rehabilitation period would be long and it would be necessary to postpone the shooting of the new Terminator and the date of the premiere. However, the positive attitude, the professionalism of the doctors and the care of loved ones did their job – Arnie was able to very quickly return to his legendary role.

“I was very pleased with the shooting and I am very much looking forward to the film’s release,” the actor said in an interview with Extra.

The premiere of the new “Terminator” is scheduled for October 31, 2019. Directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) will ignore the third, fourth and fifth parts of the fantastic franchise and will release a direct continuation of the 1991 tape Terminator 2: Judgment Day with the blessing of the franchise’s creator, James Cameron, who, however, this time will be limited to the role of producer .