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Now that his tenure as governor of California is no longer inhibiting Arnold Schwarzenegger’s movie career, the former Terminator seems to be doing his best to make up for lost time. He’s appearing in The Expendables 2, which premieres Aug. 17, as well as starring in The Tomb with Sylvester Stallone and Jim Caviezel and the supernaturally oriented Black Sands. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, Schwarzenegger will also star in the action movie Ten.
Ten follows DEA agents who decide to steal a significant amount of money from a drug kingpin and wind up getting hunted for their actions. The script was written by Skip Woods, who penned X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The A-Team and the aforementioned Black Sands. David Ayer, who both wrote and directed Harsh Times and End of Watch, will helm the movie which is being distributed by Open Road Films.