Next interview: Questions for Arnold Schwarzenegger?

arnold-schwarzenegger-abigail-breslin-maggie-002You have never seen Arnold Schwarzenegger the way you see him in “Maggie.”

Compassionate, sad, he’s the father of a college age daughter (Abigail Breslin) who has to watch her decline after she is infected in the global “necro-virus” that is creating, you guessed it, zombies.

It’s very different from your average zombie picture or TV series and he is quite good, QUITE good, in setting the mournful tone of “waiting for the end” for his daughter, or civilization itself.

Of course, he has this other little movie coming up shortly, old school guns and cars and robots and whatnot. Maybe he’ll mention that.

But “Maggie” is a real departure — indie, somber, etc.

Questions for The Governor? Post them as comments below and thanks for the suggestion.

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