Fans Are Buzzing About Jamie Lee Curtis & Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Latest Reunion!

In a nostalgic blast from the past, Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger, co-stars of the 1994 blockbuster “True Lies,” reunited over the weekend, marking nearly three decades since the film’s premiere. Curtis, 64, commemorated the event by sharing delightful photos of the reunion on her Instagram, showcasing the enduring camaraderie between the two Hollywood icons.

The dynamic duo spent quality time together at a charity event for the nonprofit organization After-School All-Stars, which focuses on aiding low-income children. Curtis, sporting a German dirndl dress and a flower crown, and Schwarzenegger, donned in a black T-shirt and high socks, radiated positivity and camaraderie as they posed for the camera alongside chef Hans Rockenwagner, who embraced the apparent theme of the gathering.

Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘True Lies’; Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger pose at a 2023 charity event. PHOTO: JAMIE LEE CURTIS/INSTAGRAM;EVERETT

Curtis expressed her admiration for Schwarzenegger’s commitment to charitable causes in her Instagram post, stating, “‘Ya, my name is Ingeborg, I’m from Stuttgart.’ I LOVE the way my friends suit up and show up for the causes that move their souls and hearts. @schwarzenegger LOVES @afterschoolallstars and I LOVE ARNOLD! THE GOAT! 🐐”

This charitable outing follows a previous public reunion in October 2022 during Curtis’s hand-and-footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. During the ceremony, Schwarzenegger praised Curtis as the “most extraordinary actress,” emphasizing her starring role in “True Lies” and expressing frustration at the misconception that she played a supporting role.

The duo’s on-screen chemistry in “True Lies” contributed to the film’s massive success, grossing over $146 million globally, with a remarkable $25 million in its opening weekend alone. The film garnered an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects and secured Curtis a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.

Reflecting on the ceremony, Curtis revealed her eagerness to collaborate with Schwarzenegger again, stating, “It made me want to do another one with him. I walked up to him and I was like, ‘Dude, why aren’t we doing another movie?’ I’m gonna call Jim today,” referring to filmmaker James Cameron, who directed “True Lies.”


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