Arnold Schwarzenegger

Talking points

Education undersecretary Kenneth Chen Wei-on

Legco's new secretary general takes charge

Saturday, 29 September, 2012, 3:29am

Who said it?

Arnold Schwarzenegger

I never looked at Democrats as villains. Remember, I was married to a Democrat for 25 years

Arnold Schwarzenegger, California's former Republican governor


We feel that we are at the mercy of events, rather than shaping events

Mitt Romney takes issue with President Barack Obama's view of Middle East threats


26 Sep 2012 - 2:20am

FILM (1990)

Total Recall Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rachel Ticotin, Sharon Stone Director: Paul Verhoeven

'He awoke - and wanted Mars'. Philip K. Dick was never a man of letters, with the opening sentence to the short story We Can Remember It for You Wholesale - the basis for the film Total Recall - proving the point.

3 Jul 2011 - 12:00am


Dr Kitty Poon Kit

Hong Kong's environment undersecretary admitted problems with her own home environment. Poon said her house in Tai Po had a glasshouse, solar water heater and closed-in balconies, and she had hired contractors to dismantle them. Four lawmakers had earlier been caught with unauthorised additions to their homes. Hong Kong

22 May 2011 - 12:00am

Six degrees

Arnold Schwarzenegger, freed from his duties as governor of California, has been threatening to return to the big screen. The Austrian Oak (above), who was a self-made millionaire before Hollywood embraced him, didn't let his fortune go to his head: 'Money doesn't make you happy.

8 May 2011 - 12:00am

Actor best seen, not heard

Whatever you feel about him personally - and he made a lot of enemies in Hong Kong last year when he suggested the city had too much freedom - there's no denying Jackie Chan is a master when it comes to creative stunts.

4 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Where am I and Who's Winning

Where am I and Who's Winning

by Andrew Baker

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26 Dec 2004 - 12:00am


'I'm not a machine. I only play one!'

Arnold Schwarzenegger

6 Jul 2003 - 12:00am

No Hong Kong high kicks for beefy Arnie

Forgive Arnold Schwarzenegger for sticking to his all-brawn formula. Hollywood's beefcake admits that, unlike Hong Kong's action stars, he is too big to do anything else.

7 Oct 2002 - 12:00am

Ken reveals he has a human face

Lai See's been dipping into PCCW HKT's i.Lifeworld Web site again. We've developed a professional fascination with the personality profiles in their features section. The firm's team of PR writers have set out to do what no writer has done before.

4 Jan 2001 - 12:00am

Get reel

AMONG my many passions which draw ridicule from friends is my fondness for old black-and-white movies. Few of my coevals will go out of their way to see anything made before 1985. The reasons they give vary. Some seem to think that Melanie Griffith is sexier than Grace Kelly. That's their problem.

1 Sep 1996 - 12:00am

Arnold's 3D ride

SUPERSTAR Arnold Schwarzenegger is shooting scenes for a 3-D film involved in the Terminator 2 thrill ride for the Universal Studios Florida theme park.

It is reported MCA, Universal's parent company is spending more than US$50 million (HK$380 million) on the projected attraction.

5 Jul 1995 - 12:00am

All about Arnie

ARNOLD Schwarzenegger has a huge cigar ... and he knows it. As an audience of timid journalists waits hesitantly high up in a Tokyo hotel suite for a 'conversation' to begin, perhaps the most powerful actor in the movie world toys with what he likes to call his 'stogie'. He admires it, blows it, sucks on it. Then, through a pall of expensive smoke, he barks out a command: 'Fire away.

11 Dec 1994 - 12:00am

New Planet prepares to add spice to territory

THERE must be times when our friends Sly, Arnie, Bruce et al must wonder whether they would have been better off sticking to movies and leaving the selling of hamburgers to others.

29 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

A star by any other name . . .

WOULD Arnold Schwarzenegger be as popular today if his name were, say, Lance Blade or Slash Logan? If the Austrian-born superstar had burst on the scene 30 or 40 years ago he assuredly never would have seen either of his names on theatre marquees.

Thanks to Arnold Stang, the name Arnold implied ''wimp''. And the moniker Schwarzenegger would have been unthinkable.

2 Jul 1994 - 12:00am