Appearing on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Arnold Schwarzenegger did an incredible re-enactment of his career highlights: everything from The Terminator and Conan to Kindergarten Cop and Twins.
James Corden often has his guests act out bits with him on The Late Late Show, and last night we were treated to something truly spectacular.
Much like he did with Tom Hanks, Corden had his guest Arnold Schwarzenegger star in a “highlight reel” of his movie career, jumping from one iconic scene to the next with hilarious results. Check it out:
As we go from Conan the Barbarian and Pumping Iron, through Terminator, Batman & Robin and Total Recall, to Twins and Junior, we realize two things: one, Arnold has had a damn versatile career, and two, the man is hilarious.
James Corden and Arnold Schwarzenegger are clearly enjoying themselves more and more as the bit goes on, and it all culminates in the absolutely hysterical True Lies seduction scene. We won’t spoil it, but Arnold’s last line had us laughing our asses off.
A few more impressions follow, including Kindergarten Cop and Terminator 2. All in all, it’s all pretty ridiculous, in the best way possible.
While Schwarzenegger was a good sport for all of these, James Corden definitely steals the show. Is it just us, or is The Late Late Show getting better and better?!
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