Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger says there won’t be a sequel to the 1994 comedy “Junior”, which was critically panned at the time of release.
The movie, starred the 67-year-old as Alex Hesse – a research geneticist who falls pregnant after taking an unapproved fertility drug, a role which he doesn’t want to revive, reports contactmusic.com.
“There’s certain movies that we went a little overboard. The fact of the matter is, this is life. You make movies and do things. Some of the stuff is successful, and some stuff go down the toilet,” he said.
The father-of-five added that he was expecting the movie , which also starred Emma Thompson, to be much better than it actually was when it was released.
He said: “I’ve had great successes and a lot of things that went in the toilet and failed. There’s no science to the whole thing”.
“You read scripts and think it’s a great idea, and then when you see it and realise that it’s not quite how you envisaged it, you move on,” he added.
However, Schwarzenegger, who will reprise his Terminator character in 2015 in “Terminator: Genisys”, confirmed there will be a “Twins” sequel.
He said: “They’re doing a ‘Twins’ sequel, to be called ‘Triplets’. I’ve read the first draft. There’s rumblings of a new ‘Running Man’ movie, so it’s a great honour to be asked back.”