Arnold Schwarzenegger Fills Pothole After City Doesn’t Respond For Weeks, See The Inspiring Video

Arnold Schwarzenegger helped fix a pothole in his neighborhood and posted the video to Twitter.

By Douglas Helm | Published

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is a man of action in his movies, and it turns out he’s a man of action in real life too. The Terminator star got tired of waiting for the city to fix a pothole in his neighborhood, so he took it upon himself to repair the road obstacle himself (via AP News). Check out the Twitter video of Schwarzenegger filling the pothole with his team below:

Arnold Schwarzenegger was once the governor of the state, so he’s probably no stranger to the concerns of local citizens. According to Arnie, the neighborhood has been waiting over three weeks for the hole to be fixed. A passerby even thanks Schwarzenegger for his hard work during the clip.

There’s no question that Arnold Schwarzenegger has always been a hard worker, as he has been a world-class bodybuilder, action film star, and politician throughout his life. These days he’s still staying fairly busy with his film career. But it seems like he still has some spare time to put in some hard labor when the situation calls for it.

Unfortunately, we haven’t seen Arnold Schwarzenegger in too many projects in recent years. He had an appearance on the animated show Little Demon in 2022, and the last film he was in was Terminator: Dark Fate. His output has certainly slowed down, but we’ll actually be getting some new big projects from the Austrian Oak soon.

Right around the corner, we have the release of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Netflix series FUBAR. FUBAR will be the first TV series where Arnie has played the lead role, and it will be hitting the streaming platform on May 25. The True Lies-inspired premise follows a father and daughter who are both CIA operatives but have hidden that fact from each other for years.

Arnold Schwarzenegger in FUBAR

Arnold Schwarzenegger plays the father while Monica Barbaro plays his daughter. The series also stars Fabiano Udenio, Adam Pally, Fortune Feimster, Aparna Brielle, Barbara Eve Harris, Milan Carter, Devon Bostick, Stephanie Sy, Gabriel Luna, Christian Bako, Tom Arnold, and Jay Baruchel. The series was created by Nick Santora.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will also be starring as the President in the upcoming Kung Fury 2, which is the follow-up to David Sandberg’s 2015 featurette Kung Fury. Sandberg writes, directs, and stars as the titular character in this martial arts comedy. The surprisingly star-studded cast also includes Michael Fassbender, Alexandra Shipp, Ralf Moeller, and Jorma Taccone.

We’ll get to see Arnold Schwarzenegger in Kung Fury 2 when it comes out on November 17. Unfortunately, there aren’t any solid release dates for his other upcoming projects. Schwarzenegger is going to be returning to some of his most famous roles from his golden ear with the upcoming Triplets and The Legend of Conan.

Triplets brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito as Julius and Vincent Benedict, who discover they have a third sibling. Tracy Morgan is on board to play the third sibling, replacing the previously cast Eddie Murphy. Dylan Dawson and Lucas Kavner wrote the screenplay.

There’s also little detail about The Legend of Conan. At this point, we know Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing Conan, and Will Beall, Andrea Berloff, and Robert E. Howard are writing the project. While we wait to learn more about Arnie’s new projects, you can check out his underrated 2013 thriller The Last Stand on Netflix.