4 December 2012 12:26 AM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

It's a month or so since the surprise announcement that Arnold Schwarzenegger would be returning to his first signature role for a very belated sequel to John Milius' Conan the Barbarian. Since that news broke there's been no further information, but the La Times' Hero Complex blog has now caught up with producer and possible writer Chris Morgan to garner a little bit more more information on Legend Of Conan's intended tone and direction.The initial announcement, you'll recall, played up the idea that this would be Conan's Unforgiven, picking up the Cimmerian's story much later in life, in the period when he's king of Aquilonia. Morgan says that was key to convincing Arnold to pick up the gauntlet again."To put yourself out there in your 60s? As Conan the Barbarian? I could see why he’d hesitate. You’re really putting yourself out there," Morgan says. But »


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