New Interactive Red-Band Trailer For ‘Conan The Barbarian’ Arrives

Easily this weekend’s biggest release (unless you are looking forward to something like Fright Night, which for all intents and purposes should be the case, as that film truly rules), Conan The Barbarian makes its return to theaters this Friday, and in anticipation of that release, Lionsgate has gone out and posted a brand new trailer. And for this one, you control what you seen.

The studio has released a new, interactive, red-band trailer for the Jason Momoa-starring film. Check it out here below.

I must say, it’s hard to get excited for the film.  I dig the film’s cast, particularly Stephen Lang as the film’s villain, and director Marcus Nispel has always been a director I’ve actually dug quite a bit more than my peers.  However, without much nostalgia for the original film, this remake doesn’t hit on that nerve, and with the quality of the film appearing to be low (with early reviews being even less kind than that), it’s hard to get too excited.

That all said, I will be holding out hope, as the film hits later this week. Enjoy!


[Source: Lionsgate]

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  1. Sh*t.  This clip alone with kid Conan chopping heads has me ready to see this film!  Critics just make me want to see it more.

    Comment by Steve — August 18, 2011 @ 6:21 pm

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