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Schwarzenegger Undergoes Surgery for ‘T3’ Injury
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – It appears The Terminator isn’t as indestructible as he used to be.
Action star Arnold Schwarzenegger was released on Thursday from a Santa Monica hospital where he underwent surgery to repair a shoulder injury suffered while performing a stunt on the set of his upcoming film “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.”
The 55-year-old actor tore the rotator cuff in his left shoulder last fall but put off surgery at the time to avoid holding up production on the film, according to a statement from his publicist.
Schwarzenegger was admitted to St. John’s Health Center for the operation on Wednesday and left the hospital “feeling great and in very good spirits,” the statement said.
Although he will have to keep his shoulder immobilized in a tight sling for the next three to four weeks, he plans to go ahead with previously scheduled appearances, including a multi-state tour of his Inner-City Games Foundation next week.
“I’m feeling great. I am very fortunate to have had such fantastic surgeons at St. John’s work on my shoulder,” the actor said in the statement.
The Austrian-born former body-builder reportedly earned $30 million to reprise his role as the unstoppable, lead-slinging, man-machine from the future in “Terminator 3,” which is due for release next July.
It seems they don’t make cyborgs like they used to. In December 2001, Schwarzenegger broke several ribs when he took a spill from his motorcycle.