Friday, January 18, 2013
Arnold is on the screen, so you know what to expect -- bullets and action.
Arnold is back from being a two-term governor to playing a small-town sheriff. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a semi-retired sheriff in an sleepy Southwest border town. He and his motley crew must now stop a notorious drug kingpin from escaping into Mexico in "The Last Stand." The bullets fly. There is plenty of action. But the star looks a bit rusty. You quickly come to the realization that this film is undeniably ludicrous. Look, Arnold has never been a good actor, but it's a bit worse since he got back from being the "Governator." So what does he do to make up for his lack of talent? Cue an explosive montage! This movie is simply a testosterone-infused piece of cinema. It's cynical and satirical, coming at you in the form of a semi-…
Monday, October 15, 2012
The filming for 'Breacher' will take place later this month in Tucker neighborhood.
Residents of a neighborhood off Brockett Road in Tucker are in for a bit of an upheaval later this month. A production company is moving in for a couple of days to shoot scenes for a movie and coming with them is...Arnold Schwarzenegger. The movie in question is called "Breacher" and tells the sordid tale of a group of rogue DEA agents who get their comeuppance in gruesome ways. The title refers to the main character's name, played by the governator himself. "'Breacher"...will be very like a new "Predator,'" Schwarzenegger told Empire Magazine. "It's a team around me and they get knocked off until there's only me left. Except in this case there will be a different twist to the whole thing instead of some alien monster." Variety describes…
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Arnold Schwarzenegger said he kept secrets from his wife Maria Shriver in a Sunday interview on '60 Minutes.'
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Signed on to make five movies, 64-year-old movie star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said he regrets lying to his wife Maria Shriver in a 60 Minutes interview aired Sunday night, a day before the release of his new book Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story. Schwarzenegger last year admitted he fathered a child, now 15, with the family's housekeeper, and last night said he had other affairs and kept Shriver in the dark about career and other decisions, The Associated Press reports. In addition to not wanting to tell Shriver about major heart surgery, Schwarzenegger told her he was running for governor only three days before his scheduled announcement, according to 60 Minutes' Arnold Schwarzenegger: Success and…