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Trailer for Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'Last Stand' released online

August 16, 2012 | 12:54 pm

They say you can never go home again, but in the case of former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, that may not be true.

A trailer was released Thursday for "The Last Stand," which features Schwarzenegger in his first starring role since putting his acting career on hold to run the state of California back in 2003.

The movie, which also stars Forrest Whittaker, features Schwarzenegger as a small-town sheriff who is the only thing standing between an escaped drug kingpin and the Mexican border.

The trailer shows Schwarzenegger up to his pre-political tricks -- there are car chases, explosions, rocket launchers, plenty of gunfire and the trademark Schwarzenegger one-liners.

The film, which was directed by Jee-woon Kim, is scheduled for release in January 2013.  


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-- Anthony York in Sacramento