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Byline: Terry Lawson
LOS ANGELES _ Arnold Schwarzenegger, I thought you were dead.
Not literally, of course, but look at the abject failure of his last three movies: The ill-timed "Collateral Damage" had to be rescheduled after the 9/11 attacks and made back less than half its $85-million budget; "The 6th Day" cost more than $80 million and earned only $34.5 million; "End of Days" saw Arnold triumphing over Satan but failing to scare up more than $67 million at the box office for a movie that cost $100 million to make.
It was beginning to seem as though Arnold might join his fellow action heroes Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude Van Damme on the straight-to-video rack at Blockbuster.
Instead, he's arisen in what Warner Bros. is betting …