Masters of the Universe News

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: Mattel Films and Netflix Partner on Live-Action Motion Picture With renewed interest in the Masters of the Universe... uh... universe Mattel and Netflix announced today that they are developing a live action film for the streaming service. The two companies have already made two animated series for Netflix: Kevin Smith's Masters of the Universe: Revelations and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.    This new film will be directed by the Nee Brothers, Aaron and Adam (Band of Robbers and the upcoming action-comedy The Lost City).

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: Mattel Films and Netflix Partner on Live-Action Motion Picture With renewed interest in the Masters of the Universe... uh... universe Mattel and Netflix announced today that they are developing a live action film for the streaming service. The two companies have already made two animated series for Netflix: Kevin Smith's Masters of the Universe: Revelations and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.    This new film will be directed by the Nee Brothers, Aaron and Adam (Band of Robbers and the upcoming action-comedy The Lost City).

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: Mattel Films and Netflix Partner on Live-Action Motion Picture With renewed interest in the Masters of the Universe... uh... universe Mattel and Netflix announced today that they are developing a live action film for the streaming service. The two companies have already made two animated series for Netflix: Kevin Smith's Masters of the Universe: Revelations and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.    This new film will be directed by the Nee Brothers, Aaron and Adam (Band of Robbers and the upcoming action-comedy The Lost City).

Kevin Smith Bringing Masters of the Universe Series to Netflix! By the power of Grayskull! Kevin has the power!!! We were hit with some pretty insane news for a Sunday evening as it appears that Netflix is gracing us with a Masters of the Universe anime series from none other than Silent Bob himself, Kevin Smith! The announcement was just made at Power-Con in Anaheim, which is a convention that I never f*cking heard of! However, I damn sure… Read More...

Kevin Smith Bringing Masters of the Universe Series to Netflix! By the power of Grayskull! Kevin has the power!!! We were hit with some pretty insane news for a Sunday evening as it appears that Netflix is gracing us with a Masters of the Universe anime series from none other than Silent Bob himself, Kevin Smith! The announcement was just made at Power-Con in Anaheim, which is a convention that I never f*cking heard of! However, I damn sure… Read More...

Review: Dougherty's 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters' Vies for Supremacy In the aftermath of World War II, Japan's Toho Co., Ltd. assembled a team of filmmakers – co-writer and director Ishirō Honda, producer Tomoyuki Tanaka, co-writer Takeo Murata, and special effects director Eiji Tsuburaya – to create a new kind of movie monster. Originally conceived as a walking metaphor for nuclear annihilation, Godzilla roared onto screens in Honda's genre-defining 1954 masterpiece, Gojira. The film captured the imagination – and embodied the fears – of an entire nation.

Noah Centineo Has the Power of Grayskull We’ve been watching internet thirst magnet Noah Centineo for a while now. Since the heartthrob stole our hearts in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, we’ve wanted to see him ascend the Hollywood ladder and wow the masses with his dreamy smile and charismatic charm even more than he has already. Well, Centineo’s star is about to shine even brighter, as he’s about to command the power of Grayskull. According to Variety, Centineo is being lined up to play the heroic He-Man in Sony’s long-gestating Masters of the Universe reboot.

The Nee Brothers are Tackling He-Man for the ‘Masters of the Universe’ Reboot The He-Man Cinematic Universe has found its Russo Brothers. The 1980s was a decade that took commercialism to an epic level. Not satisfied with simply selling action figures to children, companies like Mattel and Hasbro forced their brand into homes by invading the television set. G.I. Joe, Transformers, M.A.S.K., SilverHawks, and He-Man were nothing more than glorified cartoons pied-pipering children to their local Toys ‘R’ Us.

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