Arnold Schwarzenegger's The Last Stand Gets A Brand New Trailer
Arnold Schwarzenegger's heyday was during the 1980s - that was about 30 years ago. He made the muscles and guns flicks he made because he had the muscles and he looked good holding a gun, but just like it does for all of us, time has taken its toll on the action legend. Thankfully, now that he's in the second half of his career - the part following his term as Governor of California - he is easing into it by playing an aging sheriff in The Last Stand.
The latest trailer has arrived online for the western-esque movie, which marks the US debut of Jee-woon Kim (I Saw The Devil), and this time around they are really highlighting the humor. Check out the new preview below.
Based on a script worked on by Andrew Snauer, Jeffrey Nachmanoff and George Nolfi, the story begins when the leader of a drug cartel breaks out of custody and makes a break for the Texas-Mexico border. The only thing in his way is a small town and it's sheriff, the aging Ray Owens (Schwarzenegger). Together with his group of young, inexperienced police officers and the help of some colorful residents Ray works to fight off the invasion of evil. The film's supporting cast includes Rodrigo Santoro, Jaimie Alexander, Genesis Rodriguez, Forest Whitaker, Peter Stormare, Johnny Knoxville, Harry Dean Stanton and Luis Guzman. The Last Stand will be in theaters on January 18, 2013 and you can see more from the movie in our Blend Film Database.
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