The film is now booked for a release on December 18, 2019, just in time for Christmas. He joined the project in 2016 but has now departed.
Good news first: the Masters of the Universe movie, which may or may not star Twilight's Kellan Lutz, finally has an official release date: Sony Pictures has announced that the movie will be in cinemas starting December 18, 2019. He's been attached since early 2016, but apparently he fell away from the project and the studio is now meeting with directors to bring He-Man to life on the big screen again.
Well, that's all for now, but stay tuned for more news on He-Man.
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Up until recently, the movie was set to be directed by McG, who has previously directed such big films as Charlie's Angels and Terminator Salvation. David S. Goyer, who worked on Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, has been hired to write the latest attempt at a screenplay. Although no casting announcements have been made at this time, it would seem that there are plenty of A-list actors and actresses vying for key roles in the film.
Originally launched as a Mattel toy line in 1982, Master of the Universe went on to be a cult hit animated series that was recently revived for a Money Supermarket commercial.
That Masters Of The Universe reboot that's been bandied about just took a few steps forward-and back.
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