Since Kim Ji-Woon is heading back home to Korea to work on some more awesome stuff, I'm particularly interested in how The Last Stand is going to turn out. Did he leave because working with translators, and other issues, was pretty rough as Alec suggests? Or was it because of the quality of the final product?
Even if The Last Stand looks "generic," I'm hoping it's Schwarzenegger's return to form. I'd like to think this film is Arnold's way of easing into a lead action role again. Especially now that he's got a lot going on in the future. At the very least, I'm expecting a fun nostalgic trip where I'll get to see Arnold act as badass as he used to. As for the trailer, it clocks in at only a minute but packs in a couple of new scenes. And one awesome joke in the beginning.
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