Directors Adam and Aaron Nee’s live-action project, based on Mattel’s He-Man character, dropped by Netflix this past July after $30 million was spent in development, is rumored to be headed to Amazon MGM Studios, with lead Kyle Allen still attached.
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The fight for Eternia continues... Kevin Smith and Mattel’s Emmy nominated animated series returns, as He-Man battles a newly mechanized Skeletor and the Horde Empire; the series streams January 25, 2024.
The live-action project, based on Mattel’s He-Man character, now searches for a new home, with directors Adam and Aaron Nee and lead Kyle Allen still attached.
The 1987 cult classic live-action ‘Masters of the Universe’ alum returns to Eternia as ‘Motherboard,’ an ancient sorceress of technology; the continuaton of Kevin Smith and Mattel’s Emmy nominated ‘He-Man’ animated series is coming to Netflix in 2024.
The titular superhero Kara Danvers/Kara Zor-El in the hit CW show joins the follow-up to Kevin Smith’s Emmy-nominated animated series, premiering globally on Netflix in 2024.
The producer on Nickelodeon and Mattel’s new CG-animated series discusses the rebirth of the storied franchise, which began as a hugely successful toy line in 2010, quickly expanding into games, a web series, and animated YouTube shorts; the show premieres today, October 28, on Nickelodeon.
The new animated series follows the teenage children of famous monsters as they discover who they are and how to embrace their differences.
Teen kids of monster fame make their way to the school of acceptance and self-discovery in the next entry in the popular franchise; the animated series hits Nickelodeon this fall along with an upcoming live-action movie-musical ‘Monster High: The Movie,’ which debuts October 6.
From Kevin Smith, Mattel TV and Powerhouse Animation comes the next chapter of the storied franchise; in the series, it’s technology versus magic as He-Man and the heroic warriors face the forces of Skeletor.
The 5-episode finale of Kevin Smith and Mattel Television’s He-Man vs. Skeletor saga premieres November 23, and we can’t wait to see how the epic battle for Eternia concludes.
Streamer makes it official, announcing its epic conclusion to Kevin Smith and Mattel’s two-part animated series is coming next month.
The rocker, writer, actor, and DJ is the latest voice cast added to the upcoming show based on the superhero comic book series distributed by Marvel.
Netflix drops the Official Trailer, additional voice cast, and new image set from Part 1 of Mattel TV’s upcoming epic animated series about a heroic barbarian trying to do right, and inquiring minds want to know: ‘Will the Guardians of Grayskull save Eternia and the Fate of the Entire Universe?’
He-Man, Skeletor, and a fractured Eternia return in a five-episode ‘Part 1’ from Mattel TV, which also gets its own after-show special with voice cast appearances including Mark Hamill, Chris Wood, and Sarah Michelle Gellar; series and special hit the streamer July 23.
Netflix and Mattel share a glimpse of what’s in store when Kevin Smith’s new, 5-episode series premieres July 23.
The notable He-Hunk will no longer play He-Man, leaving production of the already shaky live-action adaptation at a stand-still.
New projects based on the popular franchise include an animated series and live-action musical set to hit Nick platforms in 2022.