Arnold Schwarzenegger wants a Conan sequel and he might just get it
Arnold Schwarzenegger is still hopeful after more than 35 years that his 1982 film Conan the Barbarian might just get a sequel.
The former governor of California met up with movie director John Milius at Silicon Valley Comic-Con, and apparently they discussed a King Conan screenplay.
Rumour has it that Schwarzenegger is eager to reprise his role as Conan and make a big screen comeback as the barbarian.
He's played the titular character twice so far, first in the 1982 movie, then in the 1984 sequel Conan the Destroyer. Jason Momoa later rebooted the movies in 2011 which was a massive box office flop.
Unfortunately Warner Bros' plan to to return Schwarzenegger to the franchise in The Legend of Conan never came to be either.
However, Men's Health reports that the project fell through due to a rights dispute between the studio and the estate of Conan's creator, author Robert E. Howard.
The script apparently features a 70-year-old Conan as a ruler.
However while Conan fans are still speculating over a possible third film, Schwarzenegger will return to the big screen to play his most iconic character in Terminator: Dark Fate, this November.