Writer Will Beall confirms that Legend of Conan will contnue at the exact moment the original 1982 Conan left off.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a good starting point for his retired king in Legend of Conan.
Producer Fredrik Malmberg has bought the rights to all of author Robert E. Howard's stories, which may spawn a Conan the Barbarian cinematic universe.
Legend of Conan will continue the story of, and be an extension to, John Milius' original 1982 Conan with its R rating intact.
A new report claims that Legend of Conan will begin production as soon as Arnold Schwarzenegger finishes his Terminator: Genisys tour later this year.
Producer Fredrik Malmberg hopes to have King Conan in front of cameras by spring 2015, with the script being finalized now.
Universal and Paradox debuted this teaser poster at Cannes for the upcoming sequel to the original 1982 Conan the Barbarian.
Producer Fredrik Malmberg and writer Andrea Berloff also offer insight into the story, with Conan fighting to retain his throne at 60 years of age.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is reprising the title role in this first of a planned trilogy for Universal Pictures.
Plus, Paradox Entertainment president Fredrik Malmberg revealed the meaning behind the title, and much more.
All three projects are currently being written, with the actor confirming that Eddie Murphy is locked in for Triplets.
The director behind the original Total Recall offers his thoughts on the sequel, alongside star Arnold Schwarzenegger and producer Fredrik Malmberg.
The legendary actor reveals how Universal Pictures approached him to reprise his iconic role.
The writer-producer reveals how he got Arnold Schwarzenegger to sign on for this continuation of the original 1984 classic.
The action icon returns to the franchise for Universal Pictures, with a sequel that serves as a direct link to the original film.
Rose McGowan goes toe-to-toe with Jason Momoa's battle-worn Cimmerian, on Blu-ray and DVD November 22nd.
Jason Momoma, Ron Perlman, Stephen Lang, and Rose McGowan star in this medieval adventure, debuting November 22 on Blu-ray and DVD formats.
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World takes third place with $12 million while Fright Night takes sixth place with $7.9 million.
Or will Conan the Barbarian and Fright Night fight it out for that coveted number one spot at the box office?
Conan the Cimmerian gets blood red and messy in this violent new look at Marcus Nispel's ode to Robert E. Howard.