Arnold Schwarzenegger hasn’t starred in a film since the disappointing Terminator 3, but the former Californian Governor is now lining them up, after first announcing his cartoon series, The Governator last week.
According to Variety Schwarzenegger is apparently honing in on a few projects; first of which is The Last Stand. If it happens, it will be the Hollywood debut of Kim Jee-woon, who previously brought us mental action flick The Good, the Bad and the Weird. He'd play a small town Sherriff chasing a Mexican cartel boss. He's also looking at The Tomb, which was previously mooted as a Bruce Willis starrer. If he went for that one he'd play a designer of high tech prisons who has to escape from one of his own designs - Antoine Fuqua is slated to direct.
Those seem like his likely options at the moment, but Arnie also has offers on the table for remakes/sequels to the likes of Predator and The Running Man.