This was asked somewhat in jest in the (now-deleted) comments to another question I posted, and it got me curious: Do "Conan" movies pass Bechdel test? They are based on notoriously non-Bechdel-friendly pulp fantasy origins; and seem to be positioned as typical "entertain teenage males" summer action blockbusters by the studios.
Conan movies (at least the ones I know of) include John Milius's "Conan the Barbarian", "Conan the Destroyer", the new 2011 "Conan the Barbarian 3D" reboot, and, if you squint hard enough, "Red Sonya".
 - They named the Schwarzenegger character "Kalidor", but in the comics and Howard's work, Red Sonya is set in Conan universe, and Kalidor clearly was intended to evoke Conan for the viewers by virtue of the actor - though I'm still seeking official proof. They couldn't re-use Conan name, because Red Sonja was co-produced with Famous Films. Since Universal still technically had the rights to film Conan, they couldn't give the character over to Famous Films.