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Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Netflix's "FUBAR" at The Grove on May 22, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has some pretty strong opinions on what he thinks happens once you die. The actor explored what the “future” has in store for us in an in-depth conversation with his Twins co-star, Danny Devito, for Interview Magazine. The 75-year-old former California governor was asked by DeVito about his childhood growing up in Austria, the music he likes, and what happens when we die.

DeVito, 78, asks the Terminator star: “What’s in the future for us? What do you think, in terms of our species? Are we going to last? Tell me, oh great leader.” He recalls he has been asked this question before and reiterates his answer: “Nothing. You’re 6 feet under. Anyone that tells you something else is a f—ing liar. We don’t know what happens with the soul and all this spiritual stuff that I’m not an expert in, but I know that the body as we see each other now, we will never see each other again like that.”

Fantasy Vs. Reality

Schwarzenegger says that when people say things like, “I will see them again in heaven,” he disagrees. “We won’t see each other again after we’re gone,” he tells DeVito. “That’s the sad part. I know people feel comfortable with death, but I don’t. Because I will f—ing miss the s— out of everything. To sit with you here, that will one day be gone?”

As DeVito replies, “No!” Schwarzenegger lists his other worldly pleasures. “To have fun and to go to the gym and to pump up, to ride my bike on the beach, to travel around, to see interesting things all over the world. What the f—?” Schwarzenegger says it “truly pisses me off” that we have to die. Getting more into the topic of mortality, he says, “We all know how many people we lose in life, our friends who go, relatives, people we love. As you get older, more and more people around you wipe out.”

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Revealing that he’s lost “15 friends in the last 20 or so years” just from within the bodybuilding industry, Schwarzenegger shared that he’s given a new definition to heaven. “To me, heaven is where I put a person who I love dearly, who is kind, who is generous, who made a difference in my life and other people’s lives,” he said. “I keep them in a spot in my head, like that front row that you have of all of your friends. And you always have a good feeling when you think of them.”

The FUBAR star is set to release a new three-part documentary titled Arnold, which begins streaming on Netflix tomorrow, June 7. According to an official synopsis, the docuseries “chronicles never before seen footage and stories of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s journey from rural Austria to the highest echelons of the American dream.” The series will feature the “most candid interviews from Schwarzenegger, his friends, foes, co-stars and observers.” Watch the trailer below:

29 Movies That Turn 40 in 2023

When looking at the movies that turn 40 in 2023, one thing is very clear: 1983 kind of ruled!

In 1983, a holiday classic was born with A Christmas Story. Meanwhile, a star was born in Tom Cruise thanks to Risky Business. Women started cutting up their sweatshirts thanks to Flashdance, and a new sex symbol was born thanks to that gold bikini in Return of the Jedi. We also said hello to a little friend (Scarface), gave our daughter the shot (Terms of Endearment) and were gagged with a spoon (Valley Girl.)

Here are 29 movies that turn 40 in 2023. Even the biggest cynic would agree that 1983 at the movies was totally tubular.

  • WarGames

    Released on June 3, 1983.

  • A Christmas Story

    Released on November 18, 1983.

  • National Lampoon’s Vacation

    Released on July 29, 1983.

  • Trading Places

    Released on June 8, 1983.

  • Scarface

    Released on December 9, 1983.

  • The Outsiders

    Released on March 25, 1983.

  • Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

    Released on May 25, 1983.

  • Risky Business

    Released on August 5, 1983.

  • Christine

    Released on December 9, 1983.

  • Never Say Never Again

    Released on October 7, 1983.

  • Octopussy

    Released on June 10, 1983.

  • Flashdance

    Released on April 15, 1983.

  • Staying Alive

    Released on July 15, 1983.

  • Private School

    Released on July 29, 1983.

  • The Big Chill

    Released on September 28, 1983.

  • Valley Girl

    Released on April 29, 1983.

  • Terms of Endearment

    Released on November 23, 1983.

  • Cujo

    Released on August 12, 1983.

  • Mr. Mom

    Released on August 19, 1983.

  • Sudden Impact

    Released on December 9, 1983.

  • Yentl

    Released on November 18, 1983.

  • All the Right Moves

    Released on October 21, 1983.

  • Silkwood

    Released on December 14, 1983.

  • Class

    Released on July 6, 1983.

  • The Meaning of Life

    Released on March 31, 1983.

  • Uncommon Valor

    Released on December 16, 1983.

  • Rumble Fish

    Released on October 21, 1983.

  • Bad Boys

    Released on March 25, 1983.

  • Easy Money

    Released on August 19, 1983.

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