In late January, we saw that the Sony Pictures gave the vacancy that would be the launch of Masters of the Universe for the adaptation of the video game Uncharted leaving the Grayskull warrior feature in limbo.
But, the rumors of a partnership of Mattel with the Netflix, it seems that they materialized, and according to Discussingfilm.net the streaming service will even launch the project on its own.
The publication states that the live-action is expected to arrive on Netflix in late 2021, or early 2022.
What the site says is that production will remain almost the same, and that Netflix wants to start recording at the end of the year. David Goyer enters production along with Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, Julie Pistor, DeVon Franklin and Kevin Turen.
Details of the plot were not disclosed, it is only speculated that the film will follow the classic story in which we must follow the Prince Adam (Noah Centineo) that needs to transform into the He-Man warrior to save Eternia from the villain Skeleton (still to be escalated).
Launched in 1982, Masters of the Universe it has its own mythology and brings about the conflict between good and evil for the domination of the planet Eternia. Masters of the Universe had an animation in 1983-84 and aired for two years, in addition to having comics and a spin-off in 1985-86 (She-Ra: The Princess of Power).
The brothers Nee (Aaron and Adam) lead the film with their script, and Art Marcum and Matt Holloway.
Masters of the Universe remains without a premiere date.