Arnold Schwarzenegger might play sheriff in an upcoming movie

April 9th, 2011 - 1:00 am ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Arnold Schwarzenegger Los Angeles, April 8 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his comeback on the giant screens after stepping out of politics early this year. True to his promise, the “Terminator” man is said to be in talks to play a sheriff in an upcoming crime thriller.

The movie titled “The Last Stand” is about a sheriff’s determination to stop a drug cartel leader from escaping to Mexico. The movie may start filming this August. Jee-Woon Kim who directed the Korean movie “The Good, The Bad, The Weird” will be directing the Lionsgate project.

The agency representing Schwarzenegger, Creative Artists Agency, did not confirm the report. The action man’s involvement in the project was first announced in Poland by the media. This is not the only project that Schwarzenegger has been linked with since he announced his comeback.

The former Governor of California has been linked with projects like the World War II story “With Wings Eagles.” Schwarzenegger has also been linked with the remake of “Predator” and the “Marathon Man”.

Schwarzenegger stepped down as a Governor in January. Just before he entered into politics in 2003, Schwarzenegger announced stepping out of movies. He only made some brief cameos in videos when he was in office.

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