Schwarzenegger, 65, found his role as a villain very interesting in the movie directed by Joel Schumacher.
"In most cases I don't regret the movies that failed or were not as good. It's always easy to be smug in hindsight, right?," Empire newspaper quoted Schwarzenegger as saying.
"I felt that the character was interesting and two movies before that one Joel Schumacher was at his height. So the decision-making process was not off," he. »
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