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Watch: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Got His Own F*cking Tank In "After-School All-Stars" Clip (The Director's Cut)

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist March 12, 2014 at 3:01PM

In case you haven't heard, Arnold Schwarzenegger is smashing shit up for charity. Specifically, he’s using M47 Patton tank and destroying things to support the After-School All-Stars charity. And why not, right? You can enter for a chance to win, hang out with Arnie, get in the tank with the action superstar and crush something too. There's a high probability that this will be the best day of your life. Cigars included.
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Arnold After School AllStars (Director's Cut)

In case you haven't heard, Arnold Schwarzenegger is smashing shit up for charity. Specifically, he’s using M47 Patton tank and destroying things to support the After-School All-Stars charity. And why not, right? You can enter for a chance to win, hang out with Arnie, get in the tank with the action superstar and crush something too. There's a high probability that this will be the best day of your life. Cigars included.

In conjunction with Omaze, the After-School All-Stars and Arnold, a video has been released to promote the charity. The clip was directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, the filmmaker behind “The Kings of Summer,” the short, “Successful Alcoholics” and the upcoming live-concert tour documentary “Nick Offerman: American Ham.”

We’ve also got his exclusive director’s cut of the clip which is significantly cooler than the one released today. "I called up Chris Galletta who wrote my movie and asked him if he wanted to write words to come out of Arnold Schwarzenegger's mouth and help me design things for him to crush in a tank,” Vogt-Roberts told us. “Naturally, as anyone from our generation would, Chris dropped everything and created our weird love letter to the cinema we grew up on. We had less than 72 hours to prep the whole job and we were only given an hour with Arnold but he liked the script and genuinely loved crushing stuff in the tank (it's his personal tank from when he was in the Austrian army) so he stuck around longer."

Watch the clip below, and enter to win to smash some shit with Arnie later this year.

This article is related to: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jordan Vogt-Roberts


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