"I look up to him a lot," Joesph said. "He's influenced a lot of things: the path that I have taken with acting, with fitness and my physique and the many other things that I'm doing."
The 74-year-old Hollywood star left some fans at his live Arnold Sports Festival in Birmingham disappointed.
Arnold Schwarzenegger never misses a good chance to quote himself. But will he be back for a second dose?
Arnold Schwarzenegger has told his social media followers he 'feels fantastic' after having heart surgery to get his aortic valve replaced
The 'Late Late Show' host approached President Donald Trump's daughter with 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star Orlando Bloom.
During a visit to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Schwarzenegger admitted that "pumping iron" with Pratt was when he knew that the 'Jurassic World' star was right for his daughter.
Pratt and Faris split in 2017 after 10 years together and share a six-year-old son.
Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger's first words after undergoing heart surgery were "I'm back". The 70-year-old actor is recovering and in a stable condition following the medical procedure in Los Angeles on Thursday. Daniel Ketchell said Schwarzenegger "is awake and his first words were actually 'I'm back'".
A 33-year-old bodybuilder from Wales has just been named Mr Olympia for the sixth consecutive time – matching the record of Arnold Schwarzenegger. James ‘Flex’ Lewis, from Llanelli, has become a bonafide wrestling celebrity in the United States after winning the 212lb weight category in Las Vegas over the weekend. Flex was urged to enter a bodybuilding contest when he was 19 and he was shocked to emerge as the winner.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has responded to Donald Trump's Twitter rant that claimed the star had been "destroyed" in his role as Celebrity Apprentice presenter. The President-elect blamed the former governor of California for losing almost half of the show's viewers. "Wow, the ratings are in and Arnold Schwarzenegger got 'swamped' (or destroyed)," Mr Trump wrote in a tweet on Friday morning.
The Terminator star has revealed his dream job is to be Commander in Chief of the United States of America but there’s one thing that’s stopping him. Arnold has reluctantly admitted the obstacle that he’s unable to crush with his bare hands or talk his way around and which is stopping him from ever fulfulling his dream. Confusing, since Arnold was elected to be the ‘Governator’ for eight years from 2003.
It’s not just the usual crop of celebrity big mouths who have said things that have offended huge numbers of people. Even national treasures have expressed some pretty strange - and often offensive - opinions too.
Emilia Clarke is an actress, and a very talented one at that. She won the heart of the globe when she took on the role of feisty and gorgeous Daenarys in hit TV show Game Of Thrones and then teamed up with none other than actual Arnold Schwarzenegger for the new Terminator film, and promptly proved that she wasn’t too bad at all of that action malarkey either.
As a result of the supreme court ruling, which nicely coincided with Pride parades across the globe, all of social media quickly turned into a flurry of rainbows, with Facebook even creating a seriously nifty app that layered a rainbow flag over your profile picture to showcase your support. Anyways, obviously a whole load of lovely celebrities publicly celebrated the ruling, including the likes of Harry Styles, but it was when veteran actor, action man, and former Californian governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, got involved that things took a turn for the amazing. The 67-year-old Terminator star said in a statement that this new law was most definitely “the right decision”, before changing his public Facebook profile picture to a shot of himself as the Terminator, complete with rainbow flag.