Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is returning to acting through the animated TV series 'The Governator', is now reportedly being considered for the role of Sheriff in the movie The Last Stand. The bosses of the film are said to be waiting for the confirmation of the Terminator actor.
The Last Stand is the first English-language film by Kim Ji-Woon. The role of Sheriff was left vacant after Liam Neeson walked out of the project. So Kim Ji-Woon has reportedly contacted Arnold Schwarzenegger for the role. According to sources, the 63-year-old actor is now almost sealing a deal to play a Sheriff in the film.
The Last Stand is an action movie, which has been written by Andrew Knauer. The story is about a cartel leader that uses it to break out of a courthouse. As he speeds to the Mexican border, the only thing standing in his way is a border-town sheriff and his inexperienced staff. Kim Ji-Woon says that his concept for The Last Stand is that it's kind of a combination of 'Die Hard' and 'High Noon'.