Kevin Smith’s He-Man animated series will allegedly have a female or two female leads. New reporting suggesting that Netflix‘s Masters of the Universe: Revelation series will center around Teela and not Prince Adam. Teela is the Captain of the Royal Guard and the adoptive daughter of Man-At-Arms.
Back in March, an alleged leak synopsis from the show suggested that Adam will be in the series, but, he will be replaced by Teela as the new He-Man or She-Man sometime in the show. However, Smith quickly debunked the report.
As showrunner, I really could’ve used these story suggestions *before* we locked the scripts. However, no – He-Man does no stepping aside and Teela has no girlfriend in our show. The storyline is pretty dark and way metal. Before REVELATION we were calling it END OF THE UNIVERSE.
Smith first announced the news of the new Masters of the Universe anime series during his panel at Power-Con back in 2019. The new series titled Masters of the Universe: Revelation will be released worldwide on the streaming service. Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) will be the voice of Teela in the series.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation will be a sequel to the of the 1980’original Masters of the Universe cartoon. Powerhouse Animation ( Castlevania ) will animate the series with Smith as anime show’s showrunner. According to Smith, the series could be “the final battle between He-Man and Skeletor.”
He-Man animated series will feature Mark Hamill (Star Wars, Batman: The Animated Series) as Skeletor; Lena Headey (Game of Thrones, 300) as Evil-Lyn; Chris Wood (Supergirl, The Vampire Diaries) as Prince Adam/He-Man; Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Cruel Intentions) as Teela; Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones, Clash of the Titans) as Man-At-Arms; Stephen Root (Office Space, Barry) as Cringer; Diedrich Bader (Office Space, Napoleon Dynamite) as King Randor/Trap Jaw; Griffin Newman (The Tick, Vinyl) as Orko; Tiffany Smith (Behind Enemy Lines, Supernatural) as Andra; Henry Rollins (Johnny Mnemonic, Lost Highway) as Tri-Klops, Alan Oppenheimer (original Skeletor, Westworld, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe) as Moss Man, Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman, Justice League) as Sorceress; Alicia Silverstone (Clueless, Batman & Robin) as Queen Marlena; Justin Long (Galaxy Quest, Live Free or Die Hard) as Roboto; Jason Mewes (Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back) as Stinkor; Phil LaMarr (Mad TV, Justice League) as He-Ro; Tony Todd (Candyman, Star Trek: The Next Generation) as Scare Glow; Cree Summer (DC Super Hero Girls, Vampirina) as Priestess; Kevin Michael Richardson (The Batman, ThunderCats) as Beast Man; Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series, Crisis on Infinite Earths) as Mer-Man and Harley Quinn Smith (Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot) as Ileena.
Another He-Man animated series news:
Netflix and Mattel are partnering for a new He-Man animated series. The series titled He-Man and the Masters of the Universe will be a 3D CG reboot produced by Trollhunters‘ House of Cool and CGCG (Trollhunters). Bryan Q Miller (Smallville) is serving as the story editor. Jeff Matsuda and Susan Corbin will produce the show. Adam Bonnett, Christopher Keenan, and Rob David are serving as executive producers.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe will be a reimagined take on the classic of the 1980’s original Masters of the Universe cartoon. In addition, Netflix also released two posters from the show featuring He-Man and Skeletor.
Live-action He-Man News:
Sony Pictures is currently working on a relaunch of Masters of the Universe film with Aaron and Adam Nee as directors. Noah Centineo will replace Dolph Lundgren as He-Man. The “Masters of the Universe” movie reboot will hit cinemas on March 5, 2021.
Created by Mattel, Masters of the Universe revolves around the conflict between the heroic He-Man, real name Prince Adam, and the evil Skeletor on the planet Eternia. The toy collection franchise was launched in 1982. The franchise has since spawned a variety of products, including six lines of action figures, four animated television series, several comic series, a daily newspaper comic strip, and the 1987’s live-action film adaptation starring Dolph Lundgren as He-Man.