Terminator actor Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a video of himself on social media getting the vaccine shot.
In the clip, the 73 year old actor packed some self-referential punchlines in his SUV as a medical technician sticks him with the vaccine needle. Reports Yahoo.
"Put that needle down," Schwarzenegger cracked in his famed Austrian accent to a healthcare worker. He then thanked her and addressed the camera.
"All right, I just got my vaccine, and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone," he said before channeling his T-800 from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. "Come with me if you want to live."
The parking lot for the home of baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers has become one of the nation's largest COVID-19 vaccination sites. Schwarzenegger, meanwhile, joins a list of other high-profile celebrities to share news of their vaccinations that includes Steve Martin (75), Martha Stewart (79), Dr. Ruth Westheimer (92), Ian McKellen (81) and Judi Dench (86).