MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE Shifts Its Release Date To 2021; Noah Centineo Still Attached

Though this new iteration of Masters of the Universe has been in development hell for a while, it seems as though things are picking up with a cast lead (Noah Centineo) and a firm 2021 release date.

Little is known about Sony's latest Masters of the Universe adaptation. Knowledge is limited to who the lead character is, He-Man, the actor portraying him, Netflix hearthrob Noah Centineo, and the writers and directors behind the film. Now, this latest development shows the film debuting early 2021.

According to Deadline, the Aaron and Adam Nee-directed adaptation will be hitting theaters March 5, 2021, a far ways off from in previous Christmas 2019 release date. This all seems like a logical play, due to the fact that production has not even started on the beloved property.

Written by Iron Man's Matt Holloway and Art Mercum, Masters of the Universe will no doubt be a curious project to follow up on. Who knows if the 2021 version could live up to the 1987 camp classic?
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