The Latest on the He Man movie ‘Masters of The Universe’ reboot.

Published On March 9, 2015 » 962 Views» By Darren Dimmick » Movies, News

..Masters of the univers movie He Man.
In case your unfamiliar with He-Man it was an action figures that was introduced to the market place in 1983 by Mattel, which now being developed into a movie.

Back in the 80’s their was not many a young boy that did not have a He-man figure or 3, and their were very few by 1984 who had not watched the cartoon either.

In 1987 He-man took on his nemesis Skeletor  in a live action movie with Dolph Lundgren taking the lead as He-Man and Frank Langella as Skeletor., we also got to see a early glimpse of a young

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Courtney Cox.

But the movie was a flop and after He-Man being the number 1 toy for boys for the previous 5 years, sales started to fall.  The movie also lead to the closure of Canon movie after 1987 being a bad year after the other Cannon flop that year IV: The Quest for Peace.

Over the last 10 years it has been mooted that the franchise would get a reboot, with it back in 2007 said that Face/off director John woo was set to get behind the camera to direct. After not much coming from Warner Bros,  Sony took over the rights to the  franchise.  It was announced back in January of this years that Kick Ass 2 scribe Jeff Wadlow had submitted a final script for the Masters of the universe movie.

After the success of the comic book adaption movie over the last 7 years, He-Man should have little problem fitting into this mould and if the script is done right should also bring home some money.

Producer DeVon Franklin recently released some artwork of what appears to be He-mans trusted animal Battle Cat.

At present no director has been attached, but maybe Jeff Wadlow may turn to the directors chair once again as well, all we know is that by the powers of grayskull we hope the movie is not ruined and done justice.

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