Arnold Schwarzenegger returns for The Legend of Conan, plus first look at Ten

With the slew of movies Arnold Schwarzenegger has lined up, it’s hard to believe he ever took a break from making films, but his fans love him which is why he’s still getting so much work. Today we have two pieces of news for you, first we’ve learned that the franchise CONAN THE BARBARIAN is getting rebooted, but not with Jason Momoa. It’s been reported that Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to reprise his character from 1982 in a film called THE LEGEND OF CONAN. Producer Chris Morgan says, “This movie picks up Conan where Arnold is now in his life, and we will be able to use the fact that he has aged in this story. I love the property of Conan so much that I wouldn’t touch it unless we came up with something worthy. We think this is a worthy successor to the original film. Think of this as Conan’s UNFORGIVEN.” For those wondering, Jason Momoa will not be making an appearance in this film, and it appears that 2011’s CONAN THE BARBARIAN will be one of those stand alone films that the studio just wants you to forget. Since this is still in the early stages, we have no idea when production will begin but it does seem like it is a project that will definitely be moving forward. (Deadline)

In more Arnold Schwarzenegger news, we are also getting a first look at the actor in his upcoming film TEN (formerly called BREACHER), and quite frankly, he’s looking a little rough. Maybe it’s the neck tattoo, but poor Arnold Schwarzenegger really looks his age in this photo. In case you forgot, TEN follows an elite DEA task force that robs a drug cartel and end up being killed off one by one. Alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, TEN stars: Sam Worthington, Joe Manganiello, Terrence Howard, Malin Akerman, Olivia Williams, Dawn Olivieri, Mirielle Enos and Josh Holloway. No official release date yet, but you can check out the new photo from TEN below. (ComingSoon.net)

Arnold Schwarzenegger in Ten

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