Conan Conan the Barbarian is a fictional sword and sorcery hero that originated in pulp fiction magazines and has since been adapted to books, comics, several films, television programs, video games, roleplaying games and other media. The character created by writer Robert E. Howard in 1932 via a series of fantasy stories published in Weird Tales magazine.
Schwarzenegger is back in theaters as the Terminator this week, thanks to Terminator: Genisys. We're celebrating our love for the big bad killing machine by sharing two new TV spots for the film, one of which gives you another reason to see it on IMAX! - ComicBookMovie
After an extended stint in development Hell, a big-screen outing for the "She Devil with a Sword" lives again at Nu Image/Millennium Films. Though no director is attached yet, The Fall screenwriter Christopher Cosmos has been hired to work on a new script from scratch. More past the jump... - RorMachine
Deadline report that Universal has closed a deal with Andrea Berloff (World Trade Center) to write the script for Legend Of Conan, which will see Arnold Schwarzenegger reprise his iconic role from 1982's Conan The Barbarian. Read on for more.. - RorMachine
After a not particularly successful reboot starring Jason Momoa, The Legend Of Conan will bring back Arnold Schwarzenegger in the role which helped make him a household name. However, it sounds as if the movie is being planned as the first in a trilogy! We also have some new details on the plot! - JoshWilding
The legendary actor talks briefly about the status of both the long talked fifth instalment in the Terminator franchise and promises that he is indeed still involved with Universal's follow-up to the original 1982 movie, The Legend of Conan. Hit the jump for details! - JoshWilding
Schwarzenegger and producer Fredrik Malmberg talk more about Universal's upcoming Conan film, with the latter sharing his desire for WETA to provide the visuals and more. Plus, original RoboCop director Paul Verhoeven is up for bringing Conan back to life. - PaulRom
Frank Darabont and Jon Bernthal have been working together a lot lately. Between The Walking Dead and L.A. Noir, they are inseparable. While chatting during a recent interview Darabont talked about how he would re-imagine the Conan franchise, and that he would cast Bernthal in the lead role. - WaylonJones
Jason Momoa, looks back upon box office failure, that was Conan The Barbarian. He also reveals that his fight scenes with Sylvester Stallone in the upcoming action film, Bullet To The Head, will look real as Sly had a difficult time pulling his punches. - nailbiter111
Arnold "Conan The Barbarian" Schwarzenegger discusses his return to one of his most iconic characters in Universal's The Legend Of Conan, comparing it to the original installment and revealing that the studio wants to make "a bunch of Conan movies". - PaulRom
Producer/screenwriter Chris Morgan discusses Universal's planned Conan The Barbarian movie, which sees Arnie returning to one of his most iconic roles. He confirms that the film is not a reboot, and comments on what challenges we could see Conan face. - PaulRom
Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to return as Conan the Barbarian in Universal's The Legend Of Conan. It will skip over both the sequel to the original 1982 film (and last year's remake which starred Jason Momoa) for a Summer 2014 release. Read on for details and comments from those involved. - JoshWilding
With Vertigo's new series Saucer Country a hit, Monkey decides to sit down with writer Paul Cornell to talk about his themes and long term plans for the series in traditional alien footage found style. - Khany
Mondo have come up with another great piece for the Alamo Drafthouse' Summer of 82 celebration. Banish all memory of that wretched remake from your mind with this awesome poster for the original Conan The Barbarian.. - RorMachine
MTV has this exclusive clip from the Blu-Ray release of Conan the Barbarian, that will be in stores tomorrow. Watch what Jason went through to get the role. - nailbiter111
With the critically panned Conan The Barbarian reboot hitting DVD/Blu-ray this Tuesday, a French SteelBook edition for the film will be released this December. Hit the jump to check out the cover! - PaulRom
CONAN THE BARBARIAN is coming to Blu-ray this Tuesday, November 22nd. As a huge fan of the novels and Marvel comics, I have to admit that this movie just didn't portray the barbarian as I had envisioned. Bloody battle scenes were its strong point, but poor writing and an overblown plotline does this movie in. - ComicBookMovie
Exclusively on, this short history of Conan the Barbarian in comic books will be seen in the Conan movie Blu-ray/DVD. Our thanks to Lionsgate! - ComicBookMovie
Confirming the release date and cover art for the critically bashed Conan reboot, we now have a trailer advertising the release as well as bonus features. Check it out! - PaulRom
Stan Lee Media Inc (who are no longer associated with the legendary comic book creator they share the name of) are still seeking to reclaim the rights to "Conan" despite accusations that this move is an "ambush" and "untimely"... - JoshWilding
It appears that the critically panned Conan The Barbarian revamp will be hitting stores this November, with Amazon revealing the release date for the film on its preorder page... - PaulRom
While labeled 'Artwork TBC' by Amazon UK, the following covers for Marcus Nispel's recent Conan The Barbarian revamp have been posted on the site. Check it out after the jump! - PaulRom
Conan got a lot of bad press, many have commented upon the merits, heres my review. Full plot and story - Don't read unless you have seen this film unless you want to know exactly why you should not pay to see this. - Fuckyoutrolls
Pretty definitive result for this one. Let's just say I think I'll be giving Conan 2011 a miss at the theater... - RorMachine
Blasted by most critics, but some praise sneaking through from the fans. Was Marcus Nispel's Conan remake all you hoped for? Or was it driven before Arnie's classic, crushed and defeated? - RorMachine
Screenwriter Sean Hood gives a lengthy and brutally honest account of what it was like to contribute to the Conan the Barbarian script, only for it to fail at the box office and be attacked by critics... - JoshWilding