I’m holding out for a Conan vs. The Terminator film.
Gladiators are pretty wretched characters if you think about it. They do battle with their friends and ultimately murder them, just for an opportunity to stay alive that little bit…
Maybe ‘Conan: The Help’ would have done better.
Momoa sounds a little cocky. You’d be cocky too if you were Conan.
Though she plays a horribly deformed monster in ‘Conan the Barbarian,’ we’ve been assured that it is indeed Rose McGowan under all that makeup.
I didn’t know this guy gave interviews. I thought he would just chop someone’s head off and hold it up to a crowd to get his point across.
Rachel Nichols is Tamara in Conan the Barbarian.
Professional barbarian adds screenwriting to list of job skills.
Chop some heads off and free sexy slaves.
Director: Marcus NispelCast: TDBSynopsis: TBD
Plot points? Apparently this film isn’t all just random violence.
How would he not have more cuts and bruises?
Oh the whipping!
Barbarian movies have muscled men, and often busty women, engaging in bloody sword fights and long revenge quests through a primordial world. The best barbarian movies offer vicarious fantasy of…
Stephen Lang (‘Avatar’) plays Khalar Zym, and he looks ticked off about something. Maybe the Rogaine didn’t take?
There are some gray dudes, a slave lady, and a nice helping of sword sound effects. So far, so good.
Conan the Barbarian would like to remind you that he still has that biopic coming out this August.
After the false start a few years back that only resulted in a Rose McGowan with sexy red hair poster, it looks like the project is back up.
It is difficult to pick out the 5 best '80s Arnold Schwarzenegger movies simply because they're all good. It does not seem to matter which character the governator plays. His…
'Bout time we see Jason Momoa causing pain as Conan the Barbarian. The first pic released showed him, what looked like, smelling a fart, completely not covered in someone else's blood. I'm not sure why water is spraying at him in the above pic, but my guess is one of those barrels they place on the side of the highway clipped him while he was trying to make the exit, and he had to lay the smackdown. If this movie is about Conan battling an army of road barricades it's going to be awesome. (/Film)
For those of you who can't wait for the upcoming remake of Conan the Barbarian, we have just the thing to hold you over. Behold, Conan the Barbarian: The Musical! Sing along to such classics as "Crom" and "Hear the Lamentation of the Women." Well, it's actually all one song, but I needed to fill some space. Watch Conan the Barbarian: The Musical after the jump.
Put a shirt on! You're making me uncomfortable!The first official picture for the upcoming Conan movie has me confused on multiple levels.When I heard there was a shirtless Conan picture on the Internet, I assumed it was Conan O'Brien, so I got ready to laugh. But when I clicked the link and was confronted with the raw animal magnetism that is a shirtless Jason Momoa, something deep inside me was stirred. It was something I hadn't felt since high school gym class, specifically the time I was partnered up with all-state wrestler Tim Nelson for weightlifting. The muscles, the grunting, the squatting: it was all too much for me to bear and I passed out.After staring at the Conan picture for five-minutes straight, I felt the same confusing feelings welling up inside me, and once again I passed out. But this time, instead of waking up to find myself duct taped to a flagpole, I awoke in a hospital bed. Turns out I'm an epileptic, and glistening male biceps trigger my seizures.After the doctor explained, I couldn't help but laugh, at least until the pain set in. Unfortunately, I chewed off my tongue during the seizure.True Story. Thanks, Jason Momoa. You ruined my life. (Film School Rejects)
Last month we reported that Fake Lenny Kravitz had won the role of the titular barbarian in Marcus Nispel's remake of Conan. Today comes word that the role of young Conan will be played by Fake Joey Lawrence. Child actor Leo Howard, who was seen on screens as a little ninja in G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, will portray the miniature barbarian for the first reel of the movie. Congratulations to Leo. And I'm not just saying that because he harnesses the ability to kick me in the face. In fact, I'll give him my unlimited approval if he takes out Jaden Smith at the All Valley Karate Tournament. (Latino Review)
BY THE ANVIL OF CROM! Usually, news about a guy who’s made a career out of directing remakes is not very exciting; it’s kind of annoying. The knock on them is obvious: they're never as good as the source material, and they're usually flashy flicks that lack substance. That's what makes this piece of news so darned interesting. It was announced that Marcus Nispel, the guy who remade both The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the Thirteenth, is on board to direct a remake of Conan. Yeah, it's a lackluster little bit of information but it's good news. Why? Because now we know Brett Ratner isn't touching the movie any more.