Sam Worthington and Arnold Schwarzenegger share the Terminator franchise, but have never really been in a movie together (CGI Schwarzenegger doesn’t count). But that might change very soon. Avatar‘s leading man is in talks to join David Ayer‘s Ten, which currently stars California’s former governor.

According to Variety, Ten follows an elite DEA task force that deals with the world’s deadliest drug cartels. The team raids a cartel safe house that turns into an elaborate heist, pre-planned by the DEA squad. After hiding millions in stolen cash, the team believes their secret is safe – until someone begins assassinating them one by one.

Ten is based on Agatha Christie‘s detective novel Ten Little Indians. The original screenplay was written by Skip Woods, who wrote X-Men Origins: Wolverine and A Good Day to Die Hard.

This seems like a good project for both Worthington and Schwarzenegger, mostly because David Ayer is the guy sitting behind the camera. He’s no stranger to cop dramas. Let’s not forget that he’s the guy who wrote Training Day and S.W.A.T. He’s also at the helm of the promising End Of Watch, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena. Our very own Krystal Clark was able to see some footage of the movie at Comic-Con 2012 and said it looked “impressive.”

There’s still no word on when production for Ten will start or who’ll be playing who, but we’ll keep you updated.

What do you think? Would you like to see these two actors in the same movie?