Sabotage - Clip No. 1
Arnold Schwarzenegger has taken on many seemingly insurmountable foes in his decades on screen, including but not limited to shape-shifting robots, an invisible alien game hunter, the devil himself and a little kid with a magic movie ticket that lets him slip into his favorite movies. But the acclaimed action star and former governor of California, has never found himself in the predicament of being placed in an Agatha Christie scenario, where he and his buddies are being picked off one by one. Yet, that's exactly what he's dealing with in this month's "Sabotage," based loosely on Christie's landmark "And Then There Were None."

And, in our exclusive preview above, you get to see Arnold squirm.

In the clip, an investigator (played by Olivia Williams, who is my Rushmore too), is grilling Schwarzenegger, who plays an elite DEA agent, about some missing drug money. It seems that both the DEA and the Mexican cartel want that money back; hence the deaths of his friends and coworkers. Schwarzenegger is tough, for sure, but seems to squirm in the hot seat. Also, in the brief 38-second clip, we get at least one totally classic Arnold line, delivered in the most Arnold-y fashion imaginable: "Spend enough time on the job, the job bites back." Yes!

"Sabotage," which also stars Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello, Max Martini, Mireille Enos, and the mini-"Lost" reunion of Harold Perrineau and Josh Holloway, opens everywhere on March 28th, 2014. We'll have lots more fun "Sabotage" stuff before the release, don't you worry.
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