From Time Magazine's 10 Questions series. We are sure this is the greatest interview they have ever had.

Arnold and Linda Hamilton are making the rounds promoting Terminator: Dark Fate and sample some fine Korean cuisine on the show, Korean Englishman.

This interview comes from the mid to late 70s and really shows that Arnold knew what his future would hold.

From the Annual Arnold Classic competition. She should be so lucky to be interviewed by Arnold.

Arnold talks about being evacuated from his home, the biggest natural disaster he faced as Governor of California, the moment he knew that Chris Pratt would be a good son-in-law, tricking his biggest rival Sylvester Stallone to do a terrible movie.

Arnold reminisces about his time in the Austrian Military and how he used to drive his tank.

Arnold does a remote interview with Jimmy Fallon and talks about his impending grandfather status.

Not sure how the camera didn't explode with that much testosterone on screen (1992).

Arnold and Rachel Ticotin talk with Arsenio Hall about their upcoming movie, Total Recall.

A quick interview to promote The Last Stand with Knoxville proclaiming how great it was working with Arnold.

In a fantastic interview, Arnold discusses his goals in the film industry with Brian Linehan.

A quick interview with Arnold hyping up Escape Plan.

Arnold talks about a variety of things that went on in filming the Conan movies and how they treated the animals on set better than the actors.

The best part is Arnold making fun of the cardboard cut-out of Conan O'Brien.

Arnold talks about his early years and how it shaped him for the future.

Arnold talks about living in London, learning English, and moving to America.

Arnold looks back at Hercules in New York and becoming the highest paid actor in Hollywood.

In the final segment, End of Days and politics are discussed.

Arnold and Stallone promoting their movie, "Escape Plan" on Entertainment Tonight.

From movies to politics and Arnold's affair, this is a very serious and down-to-earth interview.

Arnold with Jimmy Fallon blending things with "Di Choppa" on the QVC channel.

A more down to earth interview on Good Morning America in 1987.

George Stephanopoulos sits down with Arnold for a quick look back on his life.

Arnold looks back at his life, movies, and fields some questions from fans.

Arnold talks about his life, movie career, and how to self-motivate and achieve great things.

Everyone gives it their best shot at impersonating Arnold.

Arnold discusses politics and future aspirations on an Indian television program.

Arnold talks some sense into Jimmy Fallon and his baby car along with imbuing some cigar knowledge upon him.

Arnold talks with Johnny Carson about his book made for women that want to exercise.

Arnold lays out how to exercise at home with simple exercises in 15-20 minutes a day.

While visiting South Korea, Arnold takes a ride in a taxi. Part 1 of 2.

While visiting South Korea, Arnold takes a ride in a taxi. Part 2 of 2.

Arnold appears on Leno to promote Eraser and teases about Jingle All The Way and his role as Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin.

A lengthy interview in which Arnold discusses his family, politics, and a quick plug for The Last Stand.

Arnold appears on Letterman to talk about childbirth and his appointment by George Bush to the President's Council on Physical Fitness.

Arnold appearing on Letterman in 1991 to promote Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Arnold returns to Muscle Beach to promote his new line of nutritional supplements.

Arnold discusses Predator during an interview in Dallas.

Arnold promotes Terminator 3 and what it took to get back in shape for the movie.

Arnold talks about the movie and what it was like filming it.

Sly and Arnold doing the interview rounds (this one with Joel Jaggar) to promote Escape Plan.

The audio is a little soft but there is plenty of Arnold!

Arnold and Stallone hyping up The Expendables 2 at Comic-Con in 2012.

A one-on-one interview with Arnold discussing The Expendables 2.

Arnold talks about his bodybuilding days, movies, and the opening of his museum.

Arnold talks about what it is like being a bodybuilder.

Original interviews from 1982 give great insights into one of Arnold's greatest movies.

Not a lot of Arnold but he has a couple gems during his brief interviews.

Part 1 of 3 featuring interviews with Arnold and other cast and crew members.

Part 2 of 3 featuring interviews with Arnold and other cast and crew members.

Part 3 of 3 featuring interviews with Arnold and other cast and crew members.

Tim Ferriss interviews Arnold regarding productivity, success, and generally being the most amazing human being alive.

What do Weird Al, Tony Danza, Grace Jones, and Mr. T. all have in common? They all got their minds blown at the Total Recall premiere together.

An incredible and in-depth look at what went into making the biggest movie of it's time featuring interviews with many cast and crew members.

Arnold revisits his military days as a tank driver and talks about how he would get his weight lifting in.

There's a bunch of people trying to be funny then you get some glimpses of Arnold who IS funny.