Arnold apparently wants to make "Conan The Conqueror"

jett

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Just a random tweet from the man promoting a new comic book. Does it mean anything? Probably not.


OR DOES IT
 

Liquidsnake

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I wish it did mean something, unfortunately, that ship should have sailed 10-15 years ago. I fear its way too late.
 
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I wonder if they'd be willing now to give Momoa's Conan movie a sequel, given how big his name is now. Arnie could still be involved somehow but he's definitely a bit too old to be playing Conan himself.
 

Branaghs

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Fucking yes. whyarewenotfundingthis.jpg and everything else needed. This could be a triumph he could retire from.

DO IT!
 

thediamondage

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yeah it'd be nice 10 years ago but not sure it'd really work now, he would look more like the king from Conan who throws gold at conan (Max Von Sydow)

 

Atisha

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Absolutely. But listening to him and Milius on the commentary track for Barbarian, this falls under "well i already knew that." But i want it. He looks fine. Lets go!
 

OSHAN

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Destroyer certainly sets it up:



A movie I very much enjoy even though it isn't very good.
 

mbpm

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Part of me would go for it, but another part of me thinks "let the past die"
 

Rand a. Thor

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Do it. Better yet, give us a dual Conan Movie, with Momoa Flashbacks while Arnold is off on his final adventure as Old King Conan.
 
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I wonder if they'd be willing now to give Momoa's Conan movie a sequel, given how big his name is now. Arnie could still be involved somehow but he's definitely a bit too old to be playing Conan himself.
The Momoa reboot was criminally underrated and was easily a far more accurate representation of Howard's character than the Arnold/Millius film. (It even had a Lovecraft nod)

Momoa was supposedly working on penning a sequel but nothing came of it unfortunately.