From a boy (who was loved) to He-Man.
Noah Centineo is in talks to rejoin the superheroes in Sony Pictures and Mattel Films' "Masters of the Universe" (brothers Adam and Aaron Nee).
Mattel Films collaborates with Sony in the film, which is based on the popular Mattel toy line, from which a successful cartoon series (1983-85) and a 1987 film were made. The property focuses on the warrior He-Man, the last hope of a magical land called Eternia. Dolph Lundgren starred in the original film, while Frank Langella played the villainous skeletor.
Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch of Escape Artists will produce, as will DeVon Franklin. The previous draft of the script was written by David S. Goyer, who also works as executive producer.
After Sony had recently been working on the new "Charlie & # 39; s Angels" photo, Sony wanted to see another gig for Centineo.
Centineo was recently seen in the romantic comedies of Netflix: "To all the guys I've loved before" and "Sierra Burgess is a loser." Next, he will make another rom com, "The Stand-In" and the sequel to topline "To All Boys."
He is replaced by CAA and Nick Styne at Definition Entertainment. TheWrap first reported the news.