Masters Of The Universe: Revolution Official Trailer From Netflix

by toynewman
January 11, 2024


From Kevin Smith, Mattel Television Studios, and Netflix comes an epic tale that features He-Man vs. Skeletor in a highly anticipated brawl for all of Eternia. Masters of the Universe: Revolution premieres January 25th, only on Netflix.

Featuring:

Chris Wood
Melissa Benoist
Lena Headey
Meg Foster
Keith David
With William Shatner
And Mark Hamill

Netflix & Mattel announce that John De Lancie will be joining the cast to voice the character of Granamyr.

Release Date: January 25, 2024

Format / Episodes: Animation / 5 Episodes x 25 min

Cast: Diedrich Bader, Melissa Benoist, Liam Cunningham, Keith David, Mark Hamill, Lena Headey, Griffin Newman, William Shatner, Tiffany Smith, Tony Todd, Chris Wood, John De Lancie

Executive Producers: Kevin Smith, Ted Biaselli, Rob David, Christopher Keenan, and Frederic Soulie

Themes by: Bear McCreary

Music by: Sparks & Shadows

Produced by: Mattel Television Studios

Animation for the Series: Powerhouse Animation Studios

It's technology versus magic when He-Man and the heroic warriors face the forces of Skeletor and something more in MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVOLUTION - the new epic chapter in the battle for Castle Grayskull! The newly mechanized Skeletor, armed with the might of Motherboard, attacks the heart of Eternia while Prince Adam grapples with a new responsibility and what that means for him as He-Man! Adam is forced to choose between the scepter or the sword, and a life as either the King or the Champion! Meanwhile, the new Sorceress Teela searches for the secret of Snake Magic in the mists of Darksmoke to rebuild a magic realm and help He-Man hold off the greatest threat Eternia has ever faced: the return of the despot Hordak, the ruthless leader of the Horde Empire!
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Satam - 2024-02-01 @ 10:37 pm

The best thing about Revolution for me is the voice cast. Melissa Benoist and Gates McFadden are significant upgrades over Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alicia Silverstone; Chris Wood has improved significantly since the first season; Keith David, Meg Foster, and John DeLancie are stellar additions; Deidrich Bader, Griffin Newman, Liam Cunningham, Lena Headey, and Mark Hamill are as fantastic as ever; and William Shatner really shines. I haven't liked him in anything this much since Star Trek IV. I think some of the writing, particularly in the episodes that Kevin Smith himself wrote, leaves a lot to be desired, but that is a group of actors that could carry pretty much anything.

Roadpigmaster - 2024-02-01 @ 10:18 pm

I didn't finished yet but so far I liked. I'm on the episode that started with Skeletor and Hordak fighting...???

RobertD - 2024-02-01 @ 6:19 pm

Really enjoyed Revolution. It was cleaner and tighter than Revelations, and frankly a lot more fun. I hope we get to see another season.

JayC - 2024-02-01 @ 1:52 pm
Masters Of The Universe Revolution writer and producer Kevin Smith recently took to his podcast Fatman Beyond to update fans about the series and if we should expect to see more episodes.During the podcast Kevin confirmed that Revolution is only 5 episodes. It's not 10 episodes broken up into two parts like was done with Revelation. He explained that the folks at Netflix told him that their algorithm gather up viewing data from Revelation and showed the series would perform much better if it was only 4 episodes, which apparently was accurate. Smith went on to say that the response for Revolution has been so positive and it was like night and day from the response he had gotten from fans for Revelation.Now they are waiting to see if the response is good enough to warrant another season. He also indicated the more people who watch it or even when people watch it multiple times, the better the chance of the series getting another season.During the Podcast Smith also said he would never want to do a Star Wars movie and that he would not be the right guy to take on doing a relaunch ThunderCats series, mainly because he knows nothing about that franchise. He talked about being a big fan of MOTU as a kid but never really watched other 80s cartoons like ThunderCats or Transformers.Besides being a fan of MOTU, he also credits the success of this season to fellow producers Ted Biaselli and Robert David. Ted was the one who really fought to make this series happen and wanted the characters to be treated like Shakesspear, in other words treat the characters seriously.So just to reiterate, another season of Masters of the Universe at this point is not guaranteed, however because the response to Revolution has been so positive it seems like more episodes are likely. Revolution was in the Netflix Top 10 longer than Revelation was which is a good sign, however again he reiterated that if people want a season 3 they should keep watching and supporting the current season.Other interesting tid-bits of information from the podcast was that they talked about how it takes about 2 years to put a season together. There currently no plans for a Christmas Special right now.You can listen to the entire podcast below.
Roadpigmaster - 2024-01-27 @ 2:45 pm
20 hours ago, JayC said:

Loved Revolution. I didn't hate Revelation, but this was so much better. Bring on more.

Very nice and look forward to watch it maybe this weekend ? ??

MagnaPrime - 2024-01-27 @ 4:11 am

Better than revalation. Would made a couple tweaks to the ending personally. I'm hoping next is Restoration. There are three action figures from that last episode they better freaking do though.

JayC - 2024-01-26 @ 6:01 pm

Loved Revolution. I didn't hate Revelation, but this was so much better. Bring on more.

toynewman - 2024-01-18 @ 7:59 pm
2 minutes ago, Satam said:

I thought so, too. Sarah Michelle Gellar's line reading was very flat, but Teela's been recast, and from what I've heard in the trailers Melissa Benoist seems to understand how voice acting works.

Yeah I've never been a Sara Michelle Gellar fan to begin with.

Satam - 2024-01-18 @ 7:57 pm
1 hour ago, toynewman said:

MOTU Revelation......in my opinion was good

I thought so, too. Sarah Michelle Gellar's line reading was very flat, but Teela's been recast, and from what I've heard in the trailers Melissa Benoist seems to understand how voice acting works.

Hassenfeld - 2024-01-18 @ 7:00 pm

Why did they give Hordak a nose? He looks like an orc.

Or is that the hook of the story?

I blame Stan Lee.

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