Once again, Arnold Schwarzenegger proves that no activity is beyond his reach. The actor and former bodybuilder has returned to the small screen with FUBAR, a Netflix series in which he portrays CIA secret agent Luke Brunner. Joining him is Monica Barbaro, the actress who plays his daughter Emma and also happens to be a secret agent (keeping it all in the family).
The series premiered on May 25th on Netflix and in a short time, it has become the most-watched series on the platform in recent days. Both Schwarzenegger and Barbaro have been busy with numerous promotional activities, and one of them has managed to capture special attention on social media.
If there’s one thing Schwarzenegger can boast about, it’s that he’s not afraid of anything: Mr. Olympia, successful actor, and now, an ASMR artist? Although we know it’s just temporary, the truth is he’s quite good at it. If you consider yourself a “tinglehead,” you might find this clip very relaxing (or it might make you nervous, anything is possible).
Arnold remembers Conan and appreciates FUBAR’s success
Another thing we can say about good old Arnold is that he’s undoubtedly a grateful person. Following the success of FUBAR, the actor has expressed his gratitude on Twitter for the support received and has also taken the opportunity to reminisce about his days as Conan the Barbarian: “Thank you, Spain! I love filming in Spain, I have great memories of Conan.”
For those who don’t remember, Conan the Barbarian was filmed in Spain in 1981, specifically in the cities of Ávila, Segovia, Madrid, Cuenca, and Almería. Interestingly, its production coincided with a significant historical event in our country: the attempted coup d’état by Antonio Tejero on February 23, 1981. In fact, Schwarzenegger himself has even mentioned how he “perfectly remembered” seeing the tanks taking to the streets.
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