The former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has made his Hollywood comeback as he is set to headline the Kim-ji-Woon-directed "Last Stand."
In April 2010, Arnold Schwarzenegger was named as one among eleven “worst governors” in the United States due to various ethics issues throughout his term as a California governor. In early 2011, he also faced the scandal of being a father of a child with a longtime member of his household staff over a decade ago.
In January 2011, just several weeks after leaving office in California, Schwarzenegger unveiled that he was reading some new scripts for future movies.
And most recently, just several weeks Schwarzenegger left office in California, Entertainment company Lionsgate announced that the former California governor will appear in the company’s upcoming film “Last Stand,” an action thriller directed by Korean director Kim Ji-woon.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is famous as an Australian-American former professional bodybuilder, a model, actor, director, businessman and a politician
Schwarzeneggers first comeback film will be a western with the title “Last Stand”
Lionsgate announced that Schwarzenegger will star Sheriff Owens, a former Los Angeles police officer who keeps the peace in the sleepy border town of Sommerton Junction, after bungling a police operation in Los Angeles.
Arnold Schwarzenegger served as the 38th Governor of California (2003–2011)
The film “Last Stand” is set to start shooting in September 2011
Schwarzenegger is famous for his leading roles in the "Terminator" films
Schwarzenegger was a successful action actor before working as Governor of California
The 63-year-old actor has reattached himself to an upcoming film, a Western called Last Stand.
Image of Arnold Schwarzenegger as a successful actor
Arnold Schwarzenegger used to be named as one among eleven “worst governors” in the United States