He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe He-Man is a fictional heroic character featured in the Masters of the Universe media franchise of action figures, comic books, animated cartoons and movie (1987). In most variations, he is the alter ego of Prince Adam. He-Man and his friends defend the realm of Eternia and the secrets of Castle Grayskull from the evil forces of Skeletor. Cannon Films produced a live-action film "Masters of the Universe," which featured Dolph Lundgren in the role of He-Man; it was a commercial failure. In this film Prince Adam was not seen at all; only He-Man was shown. This He-Man was much more aggressive than his 1980s TV-series counterpart, attacking with lasers, his sword and bare fists several times throughout the film. The film ended with a spectacular and violent clash with Skeletor, in which Skeletor was flung deep beneath Castle Grayskull into a pit filled with steaming liquid. The film ended with a post-credit scene in which Skeletor emerged from the liquid and proclaimed, "I'll be back!".
DC and Mattel have partnered up for a third maxi-series entitled He-Man: The Eternity War, which they're promising will take the series to an all-new level and all of Eternia is at stake! Check out the cover for the first issue!
Yesterday, it was reported Kick-Ass 2 screenwriter and director, Jeff Wadlow, had signed on to direct Sony's new He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe film. THR now reports that Wadlow has been hired, but only to rewrite the script, at this time.
Princess Adora is the long-lost twin sister of Prince Adam. She too can transform, but instead of becoming He-Man, she becomes, She-Ra! Come see photos and a video of Brazilian bikini model Aryane Steinkopf covered in Princess of Power body paint.
It's a very short..shortlist, but apparently either Mike Cahill (Another Earth) or Jeff Wadlow (Kick-Ass 2) will direct the live action adaptation of the classic animated series, He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe.
A source from Schmoes Know, has given the site a list of candidates that are supposedly being considered to replace Jon M. Chu (“Justin Bieber's Believe”) as the director of the upcoming He-Man and the Masters of the Universe reboot. Come check it out.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu on why he had to drop out of the He-Man & The Masters of the Universe live-action movie. "It was timing. We did so much for Masters, and the script is awesome."
Hiring the co-writer of one of 2013's biggest commercial and critical failures to work on Masters of the Universe is a smart idea, right? Oh, and as if that wasn't bad enough, G.I. Joe: Retaliation director John Chu is also no longer attached to direct! Read on for details.
As G.I. Joe: Retaliation is preparing to hit shelves on Blu-Ray/DVD, director Jon M. Chu updates on the status of Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe 3. Read to find out more!
Artist Gerald Parel has put together a series of stunning pics from everyone's favorite childhood cartoon. The artwork is very faithful to the original character designs, while also looking like it could pass for actual movie concept art. Maybe Jon Chu should take a look?
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon Chu talks more about his planned reboot of Masters Of The Universe, saying that it's an origin story and that it won't be campy like the classic 1980s series.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu dishes on his next 80's franchise reboot, Sony's He-Man and The Masters of the Universe, says everything is on the table. Who would be your pick for He-Man?
Chu, who is attached to direct a new Masters Of The Universe film for Sony Pictures, has expressed interest in bringing in former He-Man Dolph Lundgren to make a cameo in the reboot.
Artists, Errol McCarthy and Charles Zembillas, have uploaded their rare He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra: Princess of Power artwork online. Hit the jump to check them out!
Hollywood Long Time Bad Boy Sean Penn Would Be Bad To The Bone As Skeletor In Jon Chu's Master's Of The Universe He-Man Movie.
Who will play Skeletor in Jon Chu's Masters of the Universe? Nobody knows, but I present you with five actors that I think have the ability to portray Skeletor as the dastardly evil being that he is.
Director Jon Chu said earlier 2012 he was open for ideas about casting the lead for his new He-Man movie. Why Chris Zylka would be perfect for the job.
Many fans have said he would be right for the role, and even the star of 1987's Masters of the Universe Dolph Lundgren has given Chris Hemsworth his approval to play 'He-Man' in John Chu's remake. So, is The Avengers star interested? Find out here!
The director talks more about his planned take on Masters Of The Universe, saying that he's not drawing inspiration from just one source and whether or not he wants to shoot it in 3D. He also discusses G.I. Joe: Retaliation's 3D conversion.
The G.I. Joe: Retaliation director, who is set to helm a new take on He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe, reveals why he decided to take on another toy adaptation. He also praises the script and whether or not he's looking at the 1987 film for inspiration.
By the power of Grayskull! The studio has hired Expendables 2 co-writer Richard Wenk to rework the script for their live action He-Man movie, which will be directed by Jon M. Chu. Read on for details..
Dolph Lundgren had the honor of being the first live-action He-Man in 1987's Masters of the Universe, and when asked which young actor could fill his loincloth he initially thought of Magic Mike's Channing Tatum.
Jon M. Chu (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) is all but set to direct the next live-action version of Masters of the Universe, but who will play He-Man? Click the jump to check out my top five choices.
When asked if he would be interested in a role in Sony Pictures' planned reboot of Masters Of The Universe, former He-Man Dolph Lundren says that he wouldn't mind making an appearance (possibly as King Randor).
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director John M. Chu has entered talks to helm a live-action adaptation of Masters Of The Universe for Sony Pictures. Hit the jump for details on He-Man's planned return to the big screen!
The new issue of Shadowland Magazine has a fantastic spread on the Masters of the Universe. They cover the 25th anniversary of the 1987 live-action film, a review of the classic toyline, and an interview with the writer of the original mini-comics.