So it came to my attention yesterday that one of the script writers on CtB3D, Sean Hood, had written a brief article (http://www.quora.com/Whats-it-like-to-have-your-film-flop-at-the-box-office) about his feelings on his association with the Conan Flop.
He's very forthcoming about his expectations, and it's hard to take it out on this guy for the movie. What's interesting is that even he seems disappointed in the final product.
Then today, it turned out that someone apparently wants all the glory that goes with CtB3D. Stan Lee Media (which was at one time associated with Stan Lee but, apparently, is no longer) filed suit against the makers of CtB3D for 100% of the proceeds. Stan Lee Media seems to think they still maintain intellectual property rights to the character Conan.
As it turns out, the IP rights for Robert E. Howard's work are a legal puzzle, as described in this paper which was helpfully posted online. (http://www.robert-e-howard.org/AnotherThought4rerevised.html) Australia considers Robert E. Howard's work to be in the Public Domain!
Well, if nothing else, all this publicity is raising interest in Howard's work.