Arnold Schwarzenegger Holds Hands With Stella Glaubitz At Oktoberfest 2017
Arnold Schwarzenegger and family friend Stella Glaubitz held hands while attending Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, this week.
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER AT OCKTOBERFEST WITH STELLA GLAUBITZ
The pair dressed casually for the event, Schwarzenegger in jeans, a blue polo shirt, and a leather jacket. Glaubitz wore a purple traditional dirndl for the occasion. Glaubitz is the daughter of a family friend, according to the German press. The 70-year-old is still reportedly dating 43-year-old Heather Milligan, who was not present.
The Terminator star, originally from Austria, was visiting his hometown of Styria before making his way over to Munich for the annual festival. Also with him was friend Ralf Möller. The group seemed to have a good time, sipping beer, visiting the Käferzelt and Schützenzel, and Schwarzenegger even conducted Schubertenzel’s orchestra.
The actor is currently planning another Terminator film that will reunite him with original star Linda Hamilton, 60, who played Sarah Connor. James Cameron is on board as producer and writer, after directing the first two movies in 1984 and 1991. Deadpool‘s Tim Miller will direct this time around, and the film is slated for release on July 26, 2019.
Reports indicate that the third film in the franchise will mostly ignore Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator: Salvation, and Terminator: Genisys. “I don’t believe in alternate realities. I think that takes the stakes away from some things. It’s not like every time something new happens, it spins out a new reality,” Miller told The Hollywood Reporter. “In order to make the stakes real for our characters, you have to look at our time as the only time. Maybe it stretches backward and forward. Maybe we don’t understand completely how it works. But this is not an alternate timeline.”
The actor’s age will also play a role in the new plot. “So, obviously he’s one that’s been in action and operation for a long time. And that’s all I want to say about the actual story part of it,” Cameron explains. “But it’s actually quite intrinsic to the story, that he’s subject to the frailties of the flesh. In fact, in the first film, the flesh is burned away completely but that endo-skeleton… has a power cell that will last 100 years. So, he’s still got 30, 29 years.”