Schwarzenegger To Saddle Up For Western?

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July 11, 2011 | 6:00pm EST

Arnold Schwarzenegger is putting his lovechild scandal and divorce drama behind him to concentrate on his movie comeback in a new western.
The former California Governor put his Hollywood return on hold in May as he attempted to deal with the fall-out following his cheating confession and subsequent marriage break-up.

That meant talk about him coming back to the Terminator franchise and leading the cast in family drama Cry Macho was silenced.

But now Schwarzenegger is back with a new project, called The Last Stand.

According to, the film is set to start shooting in September with South Korean director Kim-ji-Woon in his English language debut.

Reports suggest Schwarzenegger will replace Liam Neeson as a weary Mexican border town sheriff in the film.