"I'll never be finished" doesn't have quite the same ring to it as "I'll be back", but coming from Arnold Schwarzenegger it may mean more or less the same thing.
The 69-year-old actor, former politician and troll-demolisher was asked about the future of the Terminator films in a recent interview and strenuously denied claims he has walked away from his most famous franchise.
Speaking to Fandango.com, Arnie said that even though Paramount did indeed cancel plans for a sequel to 2015's Terminator: Genisys, contrary to reports the story will not end there.
"I don't want to call it, like, fake news, like the president calls it, but I think people just write things - I have no idea why. Just because Paramount doesn't want to pick up the Terminator franchise, you have 15 other studios willing to do it - that doesn't mean the Terminator franchise is finished, right?" said Arnold.
"It just means they are on their way to negotiate with another studio, but I can't give you the details of that. They'll announce that. But, yes, the Terminator franchise is never finished. And remember that after 2018, James Cameron is getting it back, and then it will continue on!"
So there you have it. Expect there to be new Terminator films of wildly varying quality coming out until the human race is wiped out by robots, or something.