Arnold Schwarzenegger is as yet searching for that big screen comeback, having depleted most the clout he’d developed around appearances in throwback action flicks The Expendables set of three, Escape Plan, or franchise sequels (Terminator: Genisys).
Arnold has found a small amount of late accomplishment by starring in more unexpected or offbeat parts, similar to the lamenting father of a zombie little girl, in Maggie. Today we have a first look at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s upcoming raid into the action comic drama class, in the new film Why We’re Killing Gunther
Composed and directed by SNL alum Taran Killam, the motion picture takes after “Gunther, ‘the world’s most prominent hitman,’ who goes under neighborly discharge when a gathering of global professional killers concludes that he’s a lot of a show-boater for his own great and that they’ll off him unequivocally. As they seek after him, notwithstanding, they find that Gunther’s “reality’s most noteworthy hitman” title is not an undeserved one and that the ace professional killer is in front of them consistently.
The film likewise stars Cobie Smulders (The Avengers), Allison Tolman (Krampus), Hannah Simone (The New Girl) and Bobby Moynihan sounds like a present day rendition of The Whole Nine Yards, the 2000 crime comic drama film that utilized Bruce Willis’ Die Hard persona for a tale about a hitman living discreetly in suburbia, who gets drawn into beef with his old horde bosses. Toss in the straightforwardness of a John Wick 2 professional killers versus ace professional killer story, and viola! You have a decent featuring vehicle for Schwarzenegger
Why We’re Killing Gunther will hit theaters at some point in 2017.