Insert your own "when it rains, it pours" joke right here. Darren Aronofsky's instantly controversial biblical epic 'Noah' overcame mixed buzz to win the box office this weekend, catering to both religious audiences and film buffs who like weird movies from unique, picky directors. But all was not well for everyone -- the latest film from a certain Hollywood action legend got washed away in 'Noah''s success.
In the Drug Enforcement Administration of 'Sabotage,' there's an elite task force comprised of douchebags, jackasses, bullies and morally reprehensible goons. They're thrown the tough assignments; When a drug cartel kingpin needs to be brought to justice, John Breacher (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and his crew of hot-tempered, maladjusted soldiers storm his suburban fortress, pop two in his head, and beeline to the nearest dive bar for one-dollar Budweisers. When an unknown assailant starts picking them off one-by-one, it's hard to feel too bad for the band of brosefs.
With Arnold returning to the screen with 'Sabotage,' it's time to revisit his career. It's time to reevaluate the bombs and celebrate the classics. It's time to rank all of Schwarzenegger's films from worst to best.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger is not smashing pee-ah-nos and taxi cabs with his tank, he's leading a group of gun-toting misfits on action-packed adventures. This time around, as previewed in our exclusive TV spot for his latest flick, 'Sabotage,' Arnold takes the form of a DEA task force leader who must figure out who is killing off members of his team and kidnapped his wife!
In his heyday, Arnold Schwarzenegger tended to star in incredibly violent movies where he played straight-shooting, morally black and white heroes. So it's weird to watch him in the red band trailer for 'Sabotage,' which casts him as a morally grey character straight out of director David Ayer's 'Training Day' playbook.
The second trailer for David Ayer's 'Sabotage' plays down the comedy and plays up the stakes as Arnold Schwarzenegger heads a DEA team that finds millions of dollars, which leads to them being targeted for revenge by a drug cartel. And then there's a pesky problem that someone on the team may have taken some of the money.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said he'd be back, but so far audiences haven't exactly welcomed him with open arms. 'The Last Stand' and 'Escape Plan' may have underperformed at the box office, but that's not stopping the Austrian Oak from continuing his post-Governor action career and 'Sabotage' looks like more of the same, for better or for worse. A new poster for the film debuted at IGN and it's exactly what you'd expect from this kind of movie.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has yet to star in a breakout hit since stepping down as governor of California. 'The Last Stand' and 'Escape Plan' were mostly disappointments, but Arnold has his best chance of success coming up with the action-thriller 'Sabotage' (formerly known as 'The Ten'). In fact, Arnold compares this movie to one of his best ever - 'Predator.' Get a first look at 'Sabotage' with a set of new photos below.