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The Week contest: Arnold Movie - February 4, 2011

Now that former Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is free to return to the silver screen, come up with the title of his next blockbuster

Welcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

Click here for results of last week's contest: Perfume

Results: Arnold Schwarzenegger estimates he lost $200 million during the eight frustrating years he served as California’s governor, instead of making action movies. Now that he’s available again, we asked you to predict the title of his next blockbuster.
 
THE WINNER: Dude, Where Are My Muscles?
Joel V. Harvey, Lawrenceburg, TN
 
SECOND PLACE: Honey I Shrunk
Frank Letchworth, Knoxville, TN
 
THIRD PLACE: I’ll Be Back: The Jerry Brown Story
David Svahn, Doylestown, PA

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

Ex-Terminator
Thomas Schumacher, Minneapolis

Conan the Octogenarian
Kristin Borsenik, Northville, MI

The Forclosinator
Jan Witbrodt, Greenville, MI

The Ego Has Landed
Edgar Spier, Pasadena, CA

Take the Money and Don’t Run
Susan Borchard, Franklin, MA

Raging Debt
Les Ackland, Oakdale, PA

Planet of the AARPS
John Barczyk, Rochester, MI

The Governor’s Speech
Adam Fike, Pittsburgh

The $28 Billion (Deficit) Man
John J. Kalicki, Philadelphia

Scriptless in Sacramento
Dallas Lea, Poughkeepsie, NY

The Other Conan Returns
Miles Klein, Frisco, TX

No Country for Girlie Men
David Randall, Chagrin Falls, OH

While California Slept
Stephen Power, Cincinnati

Spotty Recall
Alex Stamm, Austin

Gone, Budget, Gone
Adam Dansky, San Diego

Austrian Powers: Super Governor
Samuel Silver, East Brunswick, NJ

Commandough
Caryl Gallardo, Kansas City, MO

The $200 Million Dollar Baby
Jeff Wadsworth, Upper Arlington, OH

Titanic 2: The California Public School Budget
Ashley Ryan, Catonsville, MD

I’ll Be Broke
Jeanne Waller, New York City

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