Dolph Lundgren Up For An Appearance In The MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE Reboot
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).
Speaking with IGN while promoting The Expendables 2, Dolph Lundgren was asked if he would be interested in appearing in the new Masters Of The Universe movie. The actor starred as He-Man in the 1987 adaptation of Mattel's popular toy line and animated series. While clearly not interested in reprising the He-Man role, Lundgren expressed interest in making some sort of appearance in the new film, possibly as King Randor (He-Man/Prince Adam's father and ruler of Eternia).
"Yeah, I think it's a good idea. I thought He-Man was a cool character, and I had fun doing it. I wouldn't wanna take my shirt off again for three months, wearing diapers [loincloth]. So I'd rather play the King. But yeah, good idea. Y'know, all of these old superheroes are coming back, and I'm sure that's one that people could enjoy."
Recently, it was reported that Jon M. Chu (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) was in negotiations to direct Sony Pictures/Escape Artist's planned adaptation of Masters Of The Universe. The script was originally written by Alex Litvak (The Three Musketeers) and Mike Finch (Exclusively Yours), though Mattel are said to be revising the draft. Do you want to see Dolph Lundgren appear in a role in the new He-Man movie?
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