Schwarzenegger and Joely Richardson, who plays his wife, as the world premiere of "Maggie" in New York. (AFP/Kena Betancur)
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Action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals his dramatic, tender side and sheds a few tears as a farmer struggling to care for his dying daughter in "Maggie," an unconventional zombie film.The star of the "Terminator" and "Conan" movies is synonymous with action films and showed his comedic flair in "Kindergarten Cop" and "Twins" with Danny DeVito. But a dramatic role, even in a zombie horror film, is one he said he couldn't have done 30 years ago.In the debut feature film by British director Henry Hobson, Schwarzenegger is Wade, a farmer in a small town hit by a global outbreak of a deadly disease that turns its victims into zombies and threatens to wipe out humanity.
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