Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe sequel includes commentary track
Masters of the Universe: Revelation debut on Netflix includes a track of commentary from creator Kevin Smith on the making of each episode.
Netflix coming soon He-man to follow Masters of the Universe: Revelation will feature commentary from creator Kevin Smith and the rest of the show’s writers.
Smith revealed this addition to the series during a Fatman beyond episode with co-screenwriter Marc Bernardin as part of a “Celebration of the Revelation of the Masters of the Universe” in honor of the editorial team. “We take each episode, we do the commentary track with the writer who wrote the episode, so Marc did three… episode three, so we sat down yesterday and recorded that,” he said. Explain. “Tim Sheridan, who made four, came and then next week Diya [Mishra], who did episode two, and Eric [Carrasco], who did episode five, uh will come and I sat alone for my episode one. But the rest of the time it was like I was just sitting there and chatting and so on. “
Serving in the continuity of 1983 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon timeline, Masters of the Universe: Revelation released its first official trailer in early June. The trailer further exposed the ongoing conflict between Prince Adam / He-Man (Chris Wood) and Skeletor (Mark Hamill) for control of Castle Greyskull, as well as new battles between the Masters of the Universe and the evil warriors of Skeletor on the fate of Eternia. Masters of the Universe: RevelationThe story will also be split into two parts, with the first half of the episodes debuting on July 23 alongside an aftershow hosted by Smith, actor Tiffany Smith and Mattel Television vice president Rob David.
Prior to Revelation, the He-man the franchise continued into the 1990s The New Adventures of He-Man, which lasted a season, and restarted in 2002 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, which lasted two years before it was canceled. Netflix has also restarted He-manthe series derived from She-Ra: Princess of Power in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, which ended in 2020 after five seasons. However, showrunner Noelle Stevenson’s take on the She-Ra the script did not refer to the characters of the Masters of the Universe the timeline or the status of protagonist Adora as Adam’s twin sister.
Developed by Kevin Smith and produced by Mattel Television with animation by Powerhouse Animation, Masters of the Universe: Revelation stars Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Lena Headey as Evil-Lyn, Chris Wood as Prince Adam / He-Man, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Teela, Liam Cunningham as Man-At-Arms, Stephen Root as Cringer, Diedrich Bader as King Randor / Trap Jaw, Griffin Newman as Orko, Tiffany Smith as Andra, Henry Rollins as Tri-Klops, Alan Oppenheimer (original Skeletor) as Moss Man, Susan Eisenberg as Witch, Alicia Silverstone as Queen Marlena, Justin Long as Roboto, Jason Mewes as Stinkor, Phil LaMarr as He-Ro, Tony Todd as Scare Glow, Cree Summer as Priestess, Kevin Michael Richardson as Beast Man, and Kevin Conroy as Mer-Man. The series premieres July 23 on Netflix.
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