He meant it when he said "I'll be back" after he left politics.
It didn't take long for Arnold Schwarzenegger to get back into the movie making mode. The former California governor's new feature film, called "The Last Stand" is an action flick (what else?) about a sheriff of a quiet US border town who's forced to help prevent a drug cartel from entering the country. Perhaps the best aspect of the film is this: Arnold's character will drive a Camaro ZL1 while his mega drug dealer nemesis will be behind the wheel of a Corvette ZR1.
The film also stars Johnny Knoxville and Forest Whitaker and will be released in theatres next January. So Arnold has put his political life behind him in favor of action films once again. At least there'll be two incredible cars and a hopeful chase scene or three.