Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Heaven Is ‘Fantasy’ And ‘Nothing’ Happens When We Die

Arnold Schwarzenegger suggests he will not be back again. At any time.

The action movie legend told “Twins” co-star Danny DeVito that heaven is a “fantasy” and that anyone who says if not “is a fucking liar.”

In a new Job interview write-up posted Tuesday, DeVito observed the danger of the water crisis and questioned Schwarzenegger, “What’s in the upcoming for us?”

That prompted the former “Terminator” to just take goal at the afterlife.

“It reminds me of Howard Stern’s query to me: ‘Tell me, Governor, what transpires to us when we die?’ I said, ’Nothing. You’re 6 ft less than. Any person that tells you a little something else is a fucking liar,’” Schwarzenegger reported.

DeVito reminded his buddy that he could not seriously know.

“We do not know what takes place with the soul and all this spiritual stuff that I’m not an expert in, but I know that the human body as we see every other now, we will never see just about every other all over again like that.”

“We deteriorate,” DeVito interjected.

“Except in some fantasy,” Schwarzenegger replied. “When folks converse about, ‘I will see them all over again in heaven,’ it sounds so fantastic, but the truth is that we will not see each other again just after we’re absent. That’s the sad portion. I know people sense comfy with death, but I really don’t.”

“Arnold,” the Netflix docuseries about him, starts streaming Wednesday.

One portion disclosed this 7 days covers Schwarzenegger’s confession in treatment to then-spouse Maria Shriver that the housekeeper’s son, Joseph Baena, was his as effectively. The revelation prompted the few to break up in 2011.

Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the Los Angeles premiere Of Netflix's "Fubar."
Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the Los Angeles premiere Of Netflix’s “Fubar.”

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