Former California governor, four-time Mr. Universe and big box-office draw Arnold Schwarzenegger is to publish a memoir with Simon and Schuster, the publisher said Thursday. Schwarzenegger has previously written and co-written a handful of memoirs about his life. His latest one -- tentatively titled "Total Recall," which is subtitled "My Unbelievably True Life Story" -- he'll be collaborating with Peter Petre, former executive editor of Fortune and the co-author of autobiographies by Alan Greenspan and Norman Schwarzkopf. Simon and Schuster announced Schwarzenegger's book breathlessly, writing: "Considered one of the most anticipated autobiographies of this generation, Schwarzenegger presents a larger-than-life portrait of his illustrious, controversial and ever-entertaining life in and out of the public eye."

Stars join Denzel Washington for PSA

Denzel Washington still applies the same principles in his acting career that he learned when he was a third-grader in the Boys & Girls Club of America. Now, the Oscar-winning actor along with director Ron Howard wants to show how the club has impacted his life along with 20 other celebrities and entertainers, who were once members of the club. The club's campaign public service announcement called "Great Futures Start Here," which was directed by Howard, looks to draw awareness to the high school dropout rate, childhood obesity and youth violence. "I want to be part of a solution," Washington said in an interview. "I want to take the positive approach in regards to these kids. They inspire me. We can't focus on the problem. We have to focus on the solution." The video also features Jennifer Lopez, Shaquille O'Neal, Martin Sheen, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Ashanti, Gen. Wesley Clark, Kerry Washington, Shaun White, Smokey Robinson, Courtney Vance, Edward James Olmos, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Cuba Gooding Jr.

IT'S A BOY: "Bones" star Emily Deschanel and her husband, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "How to Be a Gentleman" star David Hornsby, welcomed their first child Wednesday, a baby boy named Henry Hornsby, Deschanel's rep confirmed. Deschanel, 34, and Hornsby, 36, were married in 2010.

SWAPPING: Former megachurch pastor Ted Haggard and actor Gary Busey -- a reality show veteran who says he's a born-again Christian -- are trading partners for a week for an upcoming edition of ABC-TV's "Celebrity Wife Swap." Haggard's wife, Gayle, will temporarily move in with Busey while the actor's girlfriend, Steffanie Sampson, stays with Haggard. Haggard's New Life Church in Colorado Springs had about 14,000 followers when he resigned in 2006 after a man said Haggard paid him for sex for more than three years.