London: Hollywood action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger is planning a comeback to the big screen after his reign as Governor of California ends in January 2011.
The actor-turned-politician whose tenure as Governor will end next year is weighing his options for the future and a return to his action star days could be a possibility, Contactmusic reported.
"It could be that fighting climate change would be the main thing. It could also be that it would be one of five things that I would do. It could be showbusiness. It could be business in general," said the 63-year-old actor.
The `Terminator` star who made a cameo is Sylvester Stallone`s `The Expendables` earlier this year saw success in movies, politics and bodybuilding.
"My whole life I was always very ambitious but I was smart enough to always look, what is my talent, what do I have to offer the world? Then you go with that," he said.
Meanwhile, Schwarzenegger is currently launching a global war on climate change and has already chalked out a plan as it is difficult to interest people in environmental issues.
"People get stuck and fall in love with their slogans and with their little agendas. You`ve got to make it hip.
You`ve got to make it sexy to be part of this movement."
"I think that I have the talent of speaking the language in such a way so that the world understands it rather than making it complicated," he added.