Sword and Sorcery Epic Conan the Barbarian has become a cult classic For many reasons, including Arnold Schwarzenegger’s groundbreaking performance as Robert E. Howard’s muscular warrior and that of the film Ron Cobb-designed, Frank Frazetta-inspired sets. (There are also some killerly quotable lines.)
John Walsh’s is out today Conan the Barbarian: The Official Story of the Movie takes a look behind the scenes the making of the 1982 fantasy favoriteDirected by John Milius, who co-wrote the screenplay with Oliver Stone. According to publisher Titan Books, this is “a lush hardcover celebrating the cult classic, complete with exclusive interviews, official behind-the-scenes footage, [and] Concept art for the production.” io9 is pleased to share eight exclusive images from the book, which is available in stores today (order a copy). Here).
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