From romantics to superhero!
‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ star actor Noah Centineo, is in talks with Sony Pictures and Mattel films to play the superhero character ‘He-Man’ in the Mattel reboot film ‘Masters of the Universe’. The film tells the story of Prince Adam of Eternia, who uses a power sword to transform into the hero He-Man in order to defend his kingdom and castle Grayskull, the source of his powers, from evil sorcerer Skeletor.
The 1987 live-action film, first spawned an animated feature before fronting human characters on the screens. Art Marcum and Matt Holloway of ‘Iron Man’ writers fame will write the screenplay, with brothers Adam and Aaron Nee directing. Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, DeVon Franklin and Steve Tisch are set to produce the movie, while David S. Goyer, who previously drafted the screenplay will executive produce.
Centineo, who is repped by CAA, Definition and Myman Greenspan, will next be seen in Sony and Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Charlie’s Angels’ and another for the ‘The Stand-In’ whiles making preparations for the sequel of ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.