Fubar Official full trailer: The Craziest Bring your Daughter to work day
Fubar’s teaser was launched months ago, and people thought it would be a Buddy cop movie. That stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Fortune Feimster. Since they are the only people shown in the teaser, it’s understandable that people might not realize that Fubar is actually a TV series. However, the plot has finally been revealed! This show is an action comedy series that reminds us of Arnold’s classic movies from the 90s, like True Lies(Which got a recent sitcom remake). Fubar follows a 60-year-old CIA operative who wants to retire and spend time with his family. However, the agency forces him to take on a mission on his first retirement day.
If you are looking for a talented cast, You got it! Get ready to see Monica Barbaro, Fabiana Udenio, Devon Bostick, Gabriel Luna, Stephanie Sy, and Adam Pally team up with the legendary Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger! This star-studded cast will bring the house down because the trailer is a blast.
Fubar Official full trailer
Luke Brunner(Arnold Schwarzenegger) had a great run as a CIA Operative. However, his dangerous missions caused an estranged relationship with his family. They thought he was just a white-collar guy working in an office with no time for them. Realizing he wasn’t getting any younger, Luke decided to leave the dangerous life behind and focus on fixing his relationship with his family. His first day of retirement, though, didn’t go as he wanted because he got sent on another mission. There is a CIA operative in a middle of a mission who needs his help. He is shocked because it is his daughter Emma(Monica Barbaro). He and Emma had an estranged relationship, and now both of them find out a big lie about their relationship. Both Father and Daughter are secret agents. Is doing a mission together will make them closer, or will it rip them apart?
See Arnold back in action this May 25, 2023!
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