Live-Action ‘Master of the Universe’ Netflix attracts mixed reactions from fans

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To give you an indication of the times Master of the universe reboot is already in development, you just have to go through the list of different writers, directors and filmmakers who have been with the project over the years.

That talent list includes, but is not limited to; John Woo, Jon M. Chu, Jeff Wadlow, McG, Evan Daugherty, Terry Rossio, Christopher Yost and David S. Goyer, while Kellan Lutz was in talks to play He-Man at a stage back in 2016before Noah Centineo signed on to the fantasy blockbuster, though he eventually dropped out.

Yesterday brought the unexpected news that Sony has given up Master of the universe total, with Netflix swooping in to take on the project. Not only that West storyKyle Allen’s was announced as the lead, while directors Adam and Aaron Nee remained behind the camera.

However, as you can see from the reactions below, fans have had mixed reactions to the news that the swordsmanship and magic masterpiece has finally gained some real traction.

Netflix has become the go-to destination for properties, with Kevin Smith’s Revelation was recently joined by He-Man and the Masters of the Universeso it makes sense that streamers will also produce and distribute feature length updates, even if some don’t quite sell on leads. Live-Action ‘Master of the Universe’ Netflix attracts mixed reactions from fans


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