Los Angeles: Actor-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger visited hundreds of Marines at Camp Pendleton, to give them a first look at his latest movie "Terminator Genisys".
Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Terminator Genisys'. Pic/Santa Banta
The movie was premiered two weeks ahead of its nationwide release on July 1, reported Aceshowbiz.
Schwarzenegger, 67, got warm greetings from his fans as he took photos with them, shook hands, and signed autographs for them.
Before screening the movie, the "Commando" actor thanked the military men and women for their commitment and contribution for the United States.
"This is the land of opportunity and the greatest county in the world because of you," he said.
The actor later posted a 10-second video on his Facebook page to share the moment and to thank the Marines for their service.
"I was so proud to make the Marines at United States Marine Corps Camp Pendleton the first audience in the nation to see Terminator Genisys today. Thank you for your service," he captioned the video.
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