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Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Transformers) was instrumental behind the scenes of director Kim Jee-woon's American debut, The Last Stand (watch the new trailer here).  The stylized Western stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as retired Lapd officer turned sheriff, Ray Owens, who settles in the peaceful border town of Sommerton Junction.  When cartel leader Gabriel Cortez (Eduardo Noriega) escapes from the FBI and makes a run for the border, Owens and his small-town sheriffs department are the only things standing in his way. During our set visit to The Last StandLorenzo di Bonaventura took time out of his busy schedule to participate in a roundtable interview and talk with us about the film, how long it took to develop from script to screen, being introduced to Kim Jee-woon's work and how he brought him to Hollywood, how he thinks audiences will react to seeing Schwarzenegger return for a lead action role, his »

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