It's been a long time since Arnold Schwarzenegger has played the leading man in a movie. He's had a long break due to boring political distractions (possibly trying to fulfill the prophecy of Stallone's Demolition Man, in which Schwarzenegger became President of the United States) but suddenly burst back on the silver screen with a the briefest cameo possible in action hero mash-up The Expendables. This was followed by a longer (but still brief) cameo in the sequel, The Expendables 2, last year. From his work in franchises like Conan and The Terminator, though, to his later work on disposable projects like End of Days and Collateral Damage, we've embraced Arnie with open arm. Some say he's a cheesy non-actor and they might be right: but we think cheesy and awesome would be more precise. In the upcoming action flick The Last Stand, Arnie is Sheriff Owens of Summerton Junction, a quiet border town where nothing really happens. Life looks set to be turned upside down when a drugs cartel break their leader out of custody and head straight for this sleepy-back water land, where Arnie and company are settled into a life of mediocrity. So what happens? Well, our aging muscular hero must dust of his jacket and get ready to rattle some cages. 2013 is looking, then, to be a kind of revival year with The Last Stand heading to theatres in a matter of days. To celebrate here's a rundown of 6 reasons why we're wetting our pants in anticipation for the long-awaited feature return of our favourite Last Action Hero.