LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming back -- as Conan the Barbarian.
Universal Pictures says California's former governor will star in "The Legend of Conan," an action film being developed for the actor. Deadline Hollywood was the first to report the news Friday.
The 65-year-old Schwarzenegger starred in two previous films about the mythic hero: 1982's "Conan the Barbarian" and 1984's "Conan the Destroyer."
Schwarzenegger told Deadline he loves the character and is "honored" to play him again.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Still rockin' at 86, music legend Chuck Berry is promising a comeback with six new songs, some written 16 years ago.
Berry told reporters at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland that as soon as he gets someone on board in the business, he wants to push the songs out. Berry wouldn't tip his hand in detail about the new songs or when they might be released.
The rock pioneers early hits included "Roll Over Beethoven," "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Johnny B. Goode."
The museum honored him Saturday with an award and tribute concert.
NEW YORK (AP) -- How Keith Miller made the unlikely transition from football to the pinnacle of opera is an all-American story of reinvention.
It's made all the more amazing by the fact that he had no formal musical training when he set out to become a singer.
The 38-year-old Miller was a bruising fullback out of the University of Colorado who never quite made it to the National Football League.
He started out by singing along to operas at home, then landed a part at a musical festival in Michigan. He then underwent formal training and got hired for the Metropolitan Opera production of Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" in 2006.
He has now sung with operas around the world. This season, he'll appear at the Met in Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera" (uhn BAHL'-oh in MAH'-skeh-rah). It opens Nov. 8.