Arnold Schwarzenegger Starring in 3D Blockbuster on Ancient China

By Tye Donaldson, October 31, 2016

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to star in a brand new 3D Chinese blockbuster film. 

The film, titled The Guest of Sanxingdui, will combine Hollywood’s advanced 3D movie technology and ancient Chinese culture. Shooting for the project will begin next year

Arnold Schwarzenegger Starring in 3D Blockbuster on Ancient China

The movie has a budget of USD200 million and will be about the Shu Kingdom, a long-lost ancient Chinese society that was discovered in Sichuan in the 80s.

Schwarzenegger will not only star and produce in the film, but also serve as an overseas spokesperson for Sanxingdui, a popular tourist destination housing the ancient ruins.

The release date is set for 2019, but if you can’t wait that long to get your fix of the former California governor, you can catch him in the upcoming film Chinese Travelogue alongside Jackie Chan.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Starring in 3D Blockbuster on Ancient China

[Images via Daily]

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