Cast member Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the premiere of "Sabotage" in Los Angeles, California March 19, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
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Arnold Schwarzenegger may be back to gunning down bad guys in action movies, but he's playing nice when it comes to politics.Three years after returning to acting, the Republican and two-term California governor has plenty of praise for his Democratic successor, Jerry Brown.In an interview while promoting his action movie "Sabotage," Schwarzenegger said he was impressed by the popular current governor's ability to work across party lines. Appearing relaxed in a green polo shirt at the "Sabotage" press junket, Schwarzenegger talked with The Associated Press recently about Brown, going dark for his latest character and the importance of making hit movies.AP: You shot this movie about a year after leaving office.Schwarzenegger: I have an assistant who will block all phone calls so that I can work and really focus on the film. Schwarzenegger: Well I don't get involved in this foreign policy stuff. But I think what they all need now is to just stop whatever they're doing and watch the movie 'Sabotage'.
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