Arnold Schwarzenegger says his new animated TV venture features a "superheroic guy" who gets things done — without constraints like laws to thwart his action.
Just three months out of office, muscle man-turned-Hollywood hunk-turned-California governor is unveiling his plans for "The Governator," an animated TV show that he describes as a funny, action-packed, crime-fighting fantasy with comic strip giant Stan Lee at the creative helm.
Think Bruce Wayne — the civilian tycoon behind the Batman mask. But this time it's a former California governor who assembles a team of whiz kids to fight crime and natural disasters out of a high-tech lair under his mansion in Brentwood, and unbeknownst to his own family upstairs.
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