Arnold with guns seems to be what Sabotage is about


Sabotage, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s upcoming action (surprise!) film has been through a few name changes, but from these new images of the film we can easily tell that one thing never changes: Arnold shooting guns. I mean it really isn’t surprising to see this many pics of the man with big guns in his hands and that’s saying something. What is surprising is that Sabotage is based on Agatha Christie’s classic And Then There Were None

Well, based on in the loosest sense of the term, but if everyone went mad and the screenplay was nominated for an Academy Award it would fall under adapted screenplay. See, the movie is about a group of DEA agents that steal millions from a drug cartel only to have their numbers picked off one by one. You can see the similarities, right? Cause… ummm… people die. 

There’s actually some hope for this being awesome since David Ayer (End of Watch) is behind the camera. This latest Christie adaptation shall be in theaters on April 11th of next year.

[USA Today, via Punch Drunk Critics]

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