Arnold Schwarzenegger just ended 2019 with a mic drop as he flexed so hard on social media that he could now be considered the Mr. Olympia of Instagram. The 72-year-old action hero was enjoying his winter vacation and hit the ski slopes with longtime Hollywood pal Clint Eastwood.
The two rosy-cheeked stars were seen decked out in their ski gear while at the top of a run as they prepared to make their way down.
"Name a more iconic duo. I’ll wait," Schwarzenegger captioned the epic photo. He threw in a little ski-themed emoji for good measure.
Schwarzenegger didn't tag Eastwood in the photo, as the 89-year-old star doesn't really keep a personal social media page. However, other stars took notice of the "iconic duo" and sounded off in the comments of the "Terminator" star's IG page.
Jim Belushi wrote, "Icons," while Rob Lowe commented that the two were "Mount Rushmore level."
Professional bodybuilder Simeon Panda noted that, "Both contributed immensely to the movie world." Other fans joked that the stars compared to other iconic movie duos, like "Cheech and Chong" and "Bill and Ted."
Eastwood Needed a Vacay
It's unclear where Schwarzenegger and Eastwood are skiing, but the "Last Action Hero" star is known to regularly spend time in Ketchum, Idaho.
Eastwood definitely needed some time to cool off on the slopes after getting burned at the box office following his latest flick, "Richard Jewell," flopping big time.
The film, which depicts the investigation into the 1996 Olympics bombing, pulled in only $5 million over opening weekend earlier in December and the outlook on the film didn't get much better after.
Arnold Had a Good Year
On the flip side, Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming off a pretty good year following the success of his return to the "Terminator" franchise.
"Terminator: Dark Fate" hit theaters to blazing reviews and was hailed as a fantastic followup to James Cameron's 1992 sequel and showcased Schwarzenegger teaming back up with original co-star Linda Hamilton to reprise her role as Sarah Connor.
After an aggressive marketing campaign, appearances at comic-con and a pstring of pranks on fans involving the star, Schwarzenegger helped catapult "Terminator: Dark Fate" to over $260 million worldwide.