Arnold Schwarzenegger almost made a cameo in Volume 2 of Netflix’s sci-fi/horror anthology “Love, Death + Robots”, according to series creator Tim Miller and Supervising Director Jennifer Yuh. They answered questions regarding the show’s creation on a Reddit Live stream, as well as described how the series altered and evolved following the first season. They also claimed that Schwarzenegger had called several times, insisting on making an appearance on the show.
“In the Hollywood community, people really like the show. Arnold lobbied me almost every day to get in. He’s not in it, that’s not another sneak peek,” according to Miller.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was going to reprise his Conan the Barbarian role!
According to the showrunners, an episode starring Conan the Barbarian is in the works, with Schwarzenegger possibly reprising his role. The episode was cancelled due to issues in copyrights. An eight-episode season three is scheduled for release in 2022. So, there is still hope that Arnold Schwarzenegger might dazzle fans once again on screen.
It seems he won’t be guest-starring anymore, or should fans keep their fingers crossed?
Arnold Schwarzenegger is without a doubt one of the most well-known actors on the planet. In the 1980s and 1990s, he was a box office juggernaut, starring in a series of blockbuster action pictures. However, he started out as a guest star in many of his first appearances. He starred as a gorgeous masseuse in the TV movie “Happy Anniversary” and “Goodbye” with Lucille Ball and Art Carney, in addition to guest appearances on “The Streets of San Francisco and The San Pedro Beach Bums”.
Miller came up with the concept for “Love, Death, and Robots” in 2019. The series earned Emmys and Annies Awards for several of its first-season shorts, which were executive produced by David Fincher. Yuh, who has already helmed two Kung Fu Panda films, served as Volume 2’s supervising director. The horror, drama, comedy, and action genres are all represented in the anthology series, which uses a variety of visual styles, including traditional animation and heavy CGI.
“Love Death + Robots” Vol. 2 is now available on Netflix in its entirety. In 2022, Vol. 3, which will also have eight episodes, will be released.