Netflix has announced a new animated series from director, Kevin Smith, titled Masters of the Universe: Revelation which will serve as a follow-up to the classic 80’s series. The show will resolve plot lines and introduce new ones from the original series. Masters of the Universe: Revelation is produced by Mattel Television and animated by Powerhouse Animation, the studio behind Netflix’s Castlevania. Eric Carrasco (Supergirl), Tim Sheridan (Reign … Continue reading Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation Announced for Netflix
After years of ups and downs, it looks like Sony’s reboot of Masters of the Universe may finally be moving forward. The Wrap is reporting that Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) is in final talks to portray He-Man. The report doesn’t mention if he will also portray Prince Adam, but it’s likely. Centineo has a role in the upcoming Charlie’s Angels … Continue reading Noah Centineo in Talks to Play He-Man
Netflix and DreamWorks TV have unveiled the first official teaser trailer for the upcoming animated series, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. The trailer doesn’t reveal much but gives us our first glimpse of lead character, Adora, and her transformation into the legendary protector, She-Ra. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power hits Netflix on November 16th. Continue reading First Trailer for She-Ra and the Princesses Of Power Revealed
Vinyl toy manufacturer, Super7, has announced what is now officially the best action figure ever featured at SDCC. Back in the early days of the internet, memes were comical and light-hearted, and the “What’s Up?” Prince Adam was one of the finest. Now, that moment in internet time has been immortalized as an action figure.
The figure will be available alongside the rest of Super7’s Masters of the Universe and She-Ra figures and accessories, and will be featured at their SDCC pop-up. Hit the jump for a small refresher on the meme, as well as a look at the full figure.
Netflix has revealed the first official poster, and cast for its upcoming She-Ra reboot, officially titled She-Ra and the Princess of Power. Revealed by Entertainment Weekly today, the series is helmed by Lumberjanes co-creator Noelle Stevenson. It’s also revealed that the show will initially do away with Adora’s relation to He-Man, describing her as an orphan who finds the mystical sword that grants her the power to turn into the legendary hero She-Ra.
You can hit the jump to see the poster in full, as well as the full voice cast for the series.