MTV News caught up with Dolph Lundgren who said that he is talking to producers of Conan and might be making an appearance in the reboot.

"I've talked to the producers about doing something for 'Conan,'" Lundgren said, as he cautioned that casting is still going on and whether there is a role for him at all likely wouldn't be decided until 2010. RELATED: Conan Ends Late Night Run with Help from Will Ferrell and Jack Black

"It's too early," he said, explaining that he didn't expect to know more until "probably next year."

Directed by Marcus Nispel, the Lionsgate film is based on Robert E. Howard's mythical conqueror Conan the Barbarian. The new version is expected to be more faithful to Howard's original creation than were the Arnold Schwarzenegger films.

No production date was announced.