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Old 03-12-2011, 05:04 PM  
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Meet the new Conan.



Before he was the Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger was Conan the Barbarian. The 1982 film wasn't in the same league as some of Ah-nold's bigger hits, but it remains a cult favorite. Today, the first trailer for the remake, starring the formidible Jason Momoa in the title role, hit the Web.

Momoa, who will receive CinemaCon's Rising Star of 2011 Award, may be best known for his work on "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Baywatch." Several years ago, Momoa and Lisa Bonet made news after they named their child Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa. Momoa's mother later explained that Nakoa means "warrior."

Should Momoa's version of "Conan the Barbarian" be a hit, interest in the actor with intimidation to burn is sure to rise. Indeed, he's already surging in the Search box. Over the past seven days, online lookups for "jason momoa" have flexed their muscles, jumping 44%.

You can check out the new trailer for "Conan the Barbarian" below. The film is scheduled to hit theaters this August.



http://blog.movies.yahoo.com/blog/88...-the-new-conan
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Old 07-21-2011, 06:09 PM   #106
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conan on right now..amc


no chance in hell this new movie is anything but a crime
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Old 07-21-2011, 08:23 PM   #107
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Not that easy, given the lines he did have were in Dothraki, a language made up just for the show. The scene that was most impressive was the longish speech he gave about 2/3 through the season.
My observation was made before that speech.
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Old 07-21-2011, 08:29 PM   #108
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Old 07-22-2011, 03:21 PM   #110
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conan on right now..amc


no chance in hell this new movie is anything but a crime
You know, the original is one of my absolute favorites, and the very idea of this really pissed me off, however.... that scene with Ron Perlman and kid Conan kicking ass was really pretty cool.

I'm at least prepared to give it a chance based on the reviews.
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He must have a thing for the older gals, she's gotta be 50 by now & a very fertile 50 at that.
She's 43. And a damn good looking 43 at that.
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You know, the original is one of my absolute favorites, and the very idea of this really pissed me off, however.... that scene with Ron Perlman and kid Conan kicking ass was really pretty cool.

I'm at least prepared to give it a chance based on the reviews.
I was home today and both Conan's were on AMC this afternoon. With it being so ****ing hot out I stayed in and watched both.

Arnold was perfect for Conan. I could never figure why they stopped after the two films?
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Old 07-22-2011, 03:43 PM   #113
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I was home today and both Conan's were on AMC this afternoon. With it being so ****ing hot out I stayed in and watched both.

Arnold was perfect for Conan. I could never figure why they stopped after the two films?
Because the 2nd one was lousy.

The first one was great, though.
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Old 07-22-2011, 03:50 PM   #114
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I was home today and both Conan's were on AMC this afternoon. With it being so ****ing hot out I stayed in and watched both.

Arnold was perfect for Conan. I could never figure why they stopped after the two films?
Because the second one was a crime against humanity.
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Because the second one was a crime against humanity.
Yes.. But compare it to Red Sonja now..
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Yes.. But compare it to Red Sonja now..
I've done my best to purge both from my memory, but as I recall they were both fairly equally vile.
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Old 07-22-2011, 07:10 PM   #117
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A couple of points. If you're a fan of Frazetta's image of Conan, or if you're a fan of any of the graphic Conan novels of the 80's & 90's, this might prove to be a better Conan than Arnold ever was - that is, if you're a purist.

The other thing. I went back and watched Jason Momoa in Stargate:Atlantis. The size of his arms going from SG:A to GoT and Conan is freakin' ridiculous. All I'm saying is that it might be a good thing they don't test for steroids in Hollywood.
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Old 08-19-2011, 09:29 PM   #118
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Meh.. it started out great.. then went the route of clash of the titans.. It could of been better.. girl is hot though.. They really didn't let momoa act..
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Old 10-26-2012, 02:33 AM   #119
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Arnold Schwarzenegger to Reprise Barbarian Role in THE LEGEND OF CONAN Reboot

Just minutes after we reported on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new look in David Ayer’s Ten, we get word that the former Governor will return to his roots in The Legend of Conan. The reboot comes from Universal, which has worldwide rights on the film. The studio launched the original film in 1982 with Schwarzenegger as Robert E. Howard’s mythic barbarian. The property hit a bit of a snag with the 2011 reboot Conan the Barbarian with Jason Momoa at Millenium Films, but Universal has high hopes for the new project. Hit the jump for more including the expected storyline of The Legend of Conan.

Deadline reports that Universal and Schwarzenegger are reuniting to bring Conan back to life. The reboot will be produced by Fredrik Malmberg, CEO of Paradox Entertainment, and Universal’s writer and producer, Chris Morgan. Morgan cracked the story and may write the script, but the studio wants the picture on screens in summer of 2014. He previously wrote the screenplay for The Fast and the Furious 6 and has the job for the seventh installment, but may not be finished writing it up by the time Conan roles into production.

On the story front, The Legend of Conan is tied directly to the original, skipping over both the Schwarzenegger sequel and the Momoa misfire (Momoa is not expected to be involved in The Legend of Conan). As Malmberg put it:

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The story that they’ve come up with and the passion they’re bringing to the table are both promising for a reboot. A note of concern comes with whether or not the studio will pursue a hard R rating. Morgan again comments:

“I loved the choices they made in that film. You start with the wholesale slaughter and death of Conan’s village at the hand of the warlord played by James Earl Jones, and you see young Conan chained to a wheel as he becomes stronger. Then he’s a pit fighter, and later basically a stud bull before he meets the first kind person of his life, who lets him go. All of that horrific stuff happened for a reason, and then an act of kindness sends him on his journey. Will that level of violence be there? Absolutely, but only if it serves a character who lives by that barbarian law of the wild, who is capable of extreme violence and rage, but who has created his own code and operates from within it. By the end of that film, Conan became a certain character, and this film picks him up there, as he faces different challenges that include dealing with age.”

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Old 10-26-2012, 05:21 AM   #120
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Meh.. it started out great.. then went the route of clash of the titans.. It could of been better.. girl is hot though.. They really didn't let momoa act..
Most likely because he can't.

That being said, when he wasn't speaking, he LOOKED like Conan. He looked more like Conan than Arnold ever did.

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