Masters of The Universe Star Noah Centineo unwrapped a bit in an interview with Harper Bazaar. The Star says Sony’s Live-action He-man will be in the making by summer.
Noah Centineo would be the one to know to the deets considering his preparations for the film in tailed packing on 30 full pounds of muscles and then shedding some off because of production delay. That’s a simple beach bod, eat 11 eggs for breakfast on the regular and then…stop.
Master of the Universe was originally scheduled to hit theaters March 5, 2021 but the slot became unavailable when Sony Pictures Uncharted release was rescheduled from its original December 18, 2020 date. Push back, Push back, push back. But worth the while
The film follows Prince Adam (Centineo taking lead role) who transforms into a warrior called He-Man and becomes the last hope for the magical land Eternia, ravaged by technology and the evil Skeletor.
The He-Man character goes back to the toy collection of 1982. Dolph Lundgren portrayed He-Man in 1987 for the first Masters of the Universe film. The subsequent He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon series made its titular hero into an ’80s icon. A reboot series aired on Cartoon Network in 2002