Arnold Schwarzenegger is making good on his cliché tagline.
The former governor will be back on the big screen, playing a former Los Angeles Police Officer turned small-town sheriff in the Western "The Last Stand.''
Filming began Monday in Nevada and New Mexico.
In the film, Schwarzenegger becomes the sheriff of a sleepy small border town who must take on a drug kingpin that escapes an FBI prison and flees for Mexico.
"The Last Stand'' marks Schwarzenegger's first top billing since 2003's "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.''
Korean director Kim Jee-Woon is helming the film, which also features Forest Whitaker, Johnny Knoxville and "Friday Night Lights''' Zach Gilford. The script is by Andrew Knauer and Jeffrey Nachmanoff.