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Conan the Barbarian Posters – Jason Momoa, Rachel Nichols and Rose McGowan
Conan the Barbarian… He cannot be controlled and he’s coming with vengeance in his heart. Gods, men, wizards, and monsters beware! This August the man with the sword returns to the big screen, this time acted by Jason Momoa and unleashed via LionsGate. The Honolulu-born actor has been seen in Game of Thrones, Stargate: Atlantis, and North Shore. Today we see him in character for some brain-bashing Conan posters.
If you’ve been following the developments related to the new film, you’re probably asking yourself, can today’s posters be any better than the “Born on the Battlefield” art we unveiled previously? Come on! That image is seriously epic. HOWEVER today’s posters reveal individual characters you can expect to meet in theaters.
So, who are they? Well, aside from Conan, there is also:
*Stephen Lang as Khalar Zym
*Rose McGowan as Marique
*(My Main Man) Ron Perlman as Corin
*and Rachel Nichols as Tamara
If that doesn’t pique your interest, then perhaps this trailer will. The film comes from director Marcus Nispel, also responsible for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Frankenstein, Pathfinder, and Friday the 13th. Rumor has it, if the film wins at the box office, a sequel can be expected. Do you think audiences will give Conan a chance?