Before Arnold Schwarzenegger was talking about oiled muscles and the "Twins" sequel you didn't really want during the "Expendables 2" panel at Comic-Con on Thursday night, festival organizers and IGN feted the former governor with a video montage of his greatest
Now, that clip has arrived online for your viewing pleasure. Remember when Schwarzenegger's John Matrix told Sully that he'd kill him last in "Commando"? That scene is here (no lie), along with a ton of other hilarious onscreen murders and executions.
Schwarzenegger, who is in the midst of an acting comeback, co-stars in "The Expendables 2" with Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Jason Statham and many more burly action heroes. He offered a few words of wisdom to those who dare to watch his video tribute on Twitter: "Warning: only watch this video if you want to see me kicking ass."
Watch the somewhat NSFW clip above. Check out more musings from the "Expendables 2" Comic-Con panel by clicking here.
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