The Last Stand: An Interview With Arnold Schwarzenegger -

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has left Sacramento and returned to Hollywood. In this exclusive interview, he talks about The Last Stand, his first starring role in a decade.

Arnold Schwarzenegger said he’d be back. Ten years after his last starring role, the seven-time Mr. Olympia and former governor of California is making good on that iconic statement. On January 18, Arnold is slated to kick some serious silver-screen ass with the release of his new movie, The Last Stand. recently caught up with the living, working legend to talk about The Last Stand, training, getting old, and more. Welcome back, Oak. It’s good to see you again.

From 2003-2011, Arnold Schwarzenegger served as the Governor of California. The Oak has since made a smooth transition back into making movies. He made cameos in both The Expendables and The Expendables II, but The Last Stand is Arnold’s chance to crank the Gatling gun and retake the lead role.

“I think I got a great warm-up when I did The Expendables,” Schwarzenegger says. “Sly gave me a chance to work for four days, but it looked like I worked for weeks on the movie. They shot so much footage, from six in the morning to late at night.”

When he finished shooting The Expendables, he went directly to New Mexico to shoot The Last Stand, directed by Kim Ji-Woon.

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