Arnold Schwarzenegger to Meet With 'Predator' Director Shane Black

After nearly three decades, Arnold Schwarzenegger may be lining up a rematch against a certain trophy-hunting extraterrestrial.

Speaking with The Arnold Fans at the annual Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio, the action-movie veteran revealed he plans to meet with writer/director Shane Black about Fox's hotly anticipated "Predator" sequel.

"I haven’t talked with him yet, but I’m going to meet with him for lunch sometime soon," Schwarzenegger said, "just as soon as I’m finished with this [the Arnold Sports Festival] and 'The Apprentice' and all this stuff. But I will get together with him. If there is any news, we’ll of course let you know right away."

The actor starred in 1987's "Predator" as Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer, who leads a team of operatives into the jungle to rescue a hostage from insurgents, only to be stalked by a nearly invisible alien hunter. (Black of course co-starred as Hawkins.) Schwarzenegger didn't reprise his role in the two "Predator" sequels.

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