Arnold Schwarzenegger to Receive Germany's Golden Camera Award
The 'Terminator' star and two-term California governor will receive the lifetime achievement honor in Hamburg Feb 27.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will receive a lifetime achievement honor at this year's Golden Camera Awards, one of Germany's most prestigious award ceremonies.
The 68-year-old Austrian-born action star is reprising some of his most famous roles, starting with Terminator: Genisys, out this summer, in which he again plays the iconic time-travelling cyborg; and upcoming titles Triplets and The Legend of Conan, the sequels, respectively, to Twins (1988) and Conan the Barbarian (1982).
Schwarzenegger will also appear alongside Abigail Breslin and Joely Richardson in the upcoming zombie drama, Maggie.
"Arnold Schwarzenegger has cultivated an enviable legacy of success, parlaying one of the most successful bodybuilding careers in the world into monumental Hollywood success", said Horzu, the German celebrity magazine that organizes the Golden Cameras. "His personal drive and of course that unmistakable Styrian (regional Austria) accent make him the ultimate, the eternal action hero."
Schwarzenegger will travel to Hamburg, Germany on Feb. 27 to receive the Golden Camera honor.