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Kevin Smith Confirms Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Sequel Series

Kevin Smith's He-Man saga will continue with a sequel to Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Masters of the Universe: Revelation was announced in December 2019 as a spiritual sequel to the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series, which ran from 1983 to 1985. The series received mixed reviews, with both reviewers and popular public like it. However, some people were dissatisfied with the series and even went so far as to evaluate bomb Revelation on Rotten Tomatoes immediately after Part 1 aired. Masters of the Universe: Revelation concluded on a cliffhanger, with the Motherboard assimilating the wicked Skeletor. The symbol of the Horde, the primary villains from the She-Ra cartoon series, which was a spin-off of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, was subsequently discovered to be on Motherboard.

Smith went to social media at Netflix's Geeked Week event to reveal that Masters of the Universe: Revelation will be followed by a sequel series called Masters of the Universe: Revolution. More information regarding Revolution, which is characterized as a standalone tale that follows the events of Masters of the Universe: Revelation, has been verified by Deadline. It will refocus attention on the He-Man vs. Skeletor conflict "like you've never seen them before." There is currently no release date or cast information available.

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Since the announcement that Netflix has lost subscribers for the first time in 10 years, the streaming service has made a number of headlines in an attempt to rehabilitate its image while simultaneously reevaluating its creative decisions. Netflix has made a significant investment in the Masters of the Universe brand. In addition to the forthcoming Masters of the Universe: Revolution, the streaming service also includes the CGI animated He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, a family-friendly series that debuted two months after Masters of the Universe: Revelation.

Netflix has bought the film rights to the live-action Masters of the Universe remake film, which will star Kyle Allen as He-Man, in 2022. Aaron and Adam Nee, the directors of The Lost City, are poised to direct the film. Masters of the Universe: Revolution appears to be part of Netflix's long-term strategy to establish the series as one of their distinctive brands, with Smith being a significant creative voice inside that brand.

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