Mattel Television and Netflix delivered the main look “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” and it turns out the characters — including He-Man, Skeletor, Teela, and Orko — look a great deal as they did on the adored the 1980s animated series “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe,” only a tad shined up. They likewise reported the show will premiere internationally on July 23. Since the series was reported in 2019, fans have been estimating exactly what executive producer and showrunner Kevin Smith — writer-director of “Clerks,” “Pursuing Amy” and “Doctrine” — would do with the property. As the pictures clarify, Smith and the group at Powerhouse Animation (likewise the movement studio behind Netflix’s “Castlevania” series) are giving proper respect not simply to the vibe of the first series, yet its storylines too.
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“The show has been conceivable in view of the adoration and love for this world at each degree of production and the fandom encompassing this establishment,” Smith said in an articulation. “So many of us were touched by these stories and these characters from the get-go in our lives and we’re so glad to return to Eternia. However, regardless of whether you’ve never watched a solitary scene of the show or don’t have a clue about this universe by any means, you can bounce directly into the story. It’s a truly exemplary, general activity experience epic about development, revelation, sorcery, and power. This series investigates predetermination in a new manner. There’s a great deal of accommodating with mysteries, selling out, trust, acknowledgment, love, and eventually, misfortune.”
“Revelation” gets where the first series left off in 1985. The principal scene spins around a groundbreaking fight between He-Man (voiced by Chris Wood) and his long-lasting adversary Skeletor (Mark Hamill), after which the planet of Eternia is left broken and He-Man’s comrades cracked and irritated. He-Man’s comrade Teela (Sarah Michelle Gellar) — who goes through the most emotional visual update on the series — is entrusted with rejoining her old companions to save Eternia and the universe. While the first series was pitched to kids, Smith’s take is pointed unequivocally at the grown-ups who recollect the show affectionately, including utilizing Mattel’s unique Masters of the Universe toyline as motivation for the vibe of the series.
In the list of Wood, Hamill, and Gellar, the voice cast is stacked with ability, including Lena Headey as Evil-Lyn, Liam Cunningham as Man-At-Arms, Stephen Root as Cringer, Griffin Newman as Orko, Diedrich Bader as King Randor and Trap Jaw, Alicia Silverstone as Queen Marlena, and Justin Long as Roboto. Alan Oppenheimer, who played Skeletor on the first series, is returning as the voice of Moss Man. Section one of “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” comprising of five episodes, is written by Smith, Marc Bernardin, Eric Carrasco, Diya Mishra, and Tim Sheridan; and Frederic Soulie, Adam Bonnett, Christopher Keenan, and Rob David are executive producers.
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