• Arnold Schwarzenegger was spotted biking around Los Angeles wearing a face mask that said, "We'll be back," a phrase from "Terminator"
  • Along with the former California governor were two of his five children, son Patrick and daughter Christina
  • The Austrian-American screen star is also a founder of a non-profit organization called After School All-Stars

Arnold Schwarzenegger is known for his role as the brooding cyborg assassin who travels back in time. And just recently, the 72-year-old actor brought back the cult classic nostalgia by sporting a face mask with words from the film "Terminator."

According to People, the former governor of California was seen biking on Saturday (April 18) with two of his five children, son Patrick, 26, and daughter Christina, 28. The Austrian-American bodybuilder enjoyed his bike ride while wearing a face mask that said, “We’ll be back,” a phrase from his 1984 film “Terminator.” The quote also happens to be his character’s iconic line in the movie.

Meanwhile on his Instagram account, Schwarzenegger also shared a photo of himself donning the mask while he rides along the Santa Monica Pier. In his caption he wrote, “We’ll get through his together.”

He also added that his masks are currently on sale, and the proceeds would go to After School All-Stars, a charity that was founded by the actor.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives at the Berlin premiere of "Terminator Genisys" on June 21, 2015. Reuters/Hannibal Hanschke

Spearheaded by Schwarzenegger, the After School All-Stars (ASAS) is a non-profit organization formed back in 2002. It provides free and comprehensive after-school programs aimed at keeping children safe. The organization has partnered with several schools around the U.S. and is also supported by prominent foundations. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and the late Kobe Bryant are among the many influential ambassadors of the foundation.

ASAS' primary target are children at the middle school level because it is found to be the most neglected age group. As opposed to other age groups, the foundation believes that most middle-schoolers do not get enough after school activities nor daycare services. Schwarzenegger also believes that after-school hours are what makes these middle-schoolers most prone to engaging in certain vices and crimes. Hence, he created this timely initiative.

The former California Governor also donated $1 million dedicated for personal protective supplies that will aid the frontliners in hospitals battling the COVID-19 outbreak, Fox News reported.

Schwarzenegger released a video of himself on Facebook which he captioned, “Mission accomplished,” also sharing that he ensured that the equipment being shipped will successfully arrive. He also tears open one of the boxes verifying that it contained countless supplies of N95 masks.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger was an actor, bodybuilder and former Mr. Universe before he sashayed his way into politics and became the governor of California. Reuters