He said he would be back, and he wasn't kidding. Now that his tenure as California governor is over and the controversy surrounding his infidelity/love child has subsided, Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to plow forward with even more film roles.
Ah-nuld's newest project is the action-thriller Ten, about an elite DEA task force that deals with the world's deadliest drug cartels. When a typical raid turns out to be an elaborate theft operation involving millions in stolen cash, someone begins assassinating the DEA team one by one. The film will be directed by David Ayer, who wrote Training Day and The Fast and The Furious.
In addition to Ten, the 64-year-old action star will next appear in The Expendables 2, out August 17, is currently filming The Tomb, and also stars in The Last Stand, to be released in January 2013.