Los Angeles: Arnold Schwarzenegger, former California governor, is all set to make a comeback to films with kidnapping drama 'Cry Macho', media report said.

However, it is not clear whether the film will be his first post-office project.

"Gov Schwarzenegger has not made a decision about what his first movie project will be. There are a number of possibilities but as of right now, no decision has been made" Arnold spokesperson said.

Al Ruddy, 'The Godfather' producer, is behind the long in the line project, which is based on the 1975 novel by late author N Richard Nash. Nash adapted the screenplay before his death in 2000.

The film will be directed by Brad Furman of the 'The Lincoln Lawyer' fame.

'Cry Macho' will have Schwarzenegger playing an alcoholic horse trainer who becomes a pawn in an international kidnapping plot after losing his wife and child.

Schwarzenegger has given Ruddy and the rest of the 'Cry Macho' team the go-ahead to use his participation as part of their pitch as they put financing together.

Meanwhile, the actor is also considering a starring role in 'Last Stand'.

Arnold is also looking at reviving the 'Terminator' through his agency. 'Fast Five' director Justin Lin is attached to direct.