Everyone’s favorite internet boyfriend might be transforming from a boy we’ve loved before to the legendary He-Man.
Noah Centineo is reportedly in talks to star in Sony Pictures and Mattel Films’ reboot of the 1987 film, Masters of the Universe. The Dolph Lundgren and Courteney Cox-led film stemmed from Mattel’s toy line, which also spawned the classic ’80s animated TV series that aired from 1983 to 1985.
For those who aren’t as well-versed in the land of Eternia (honestly, what have you been doing with your life?), the franchise follows Prince Adam, the protector of Eternia who transforms into the mighty warrior He-Man with the help of his magical sword.
For some reason, the transformation involves shedding his clothes for a harness and speedo, but it was the ’80s so we’ll let it slide. He-Man’s main nemesis, Skeletor, is well-known for becoming the face of various memes, which is probably the only time he’s succeeded at anything.
According to Variety, Sony was eager to find another gig for Centineo after working with him on the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot. The actor is currently working on the sequel for Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and will star in the streaming giant’s upcoming rom-com, The Stand-In.
All we want to know is, will he rock He-Man’s iconic blonde ‘do?
Hulu Adds More Familiar Faces to Its Looking For Alaska Series – Check Out the Cast!
The minds that brought our adolescent guilty pleasures to life on shows like The O.C. and Gossip Girl are on the cusp of blessing us with another addictive TV show – producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are adapting John Green’s bestselling young-adult novel Looking For Alaska into an eight-episode limited series to air on Hulu.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be produced by Paramount TV and Fake Empire, the production company of The O.C.’s Schwartz and Gossip Girl’s Savage. This is the second project that Schwartz and Savage will produce for Hulu, the first being Marvel’s The Runaways, which was recently picked up for its second season.
No release dates have been announced for the show, but keep reading to see what we have learned about the upcoming series so far, including the cast!
Bazinga! The Big Bang Theory Just Made History Ahead of Its Series Finale
The Big Bang Theory may be coming to an end after a whopping 12 seasons in May, but the cast is going out with a bang! The beloved series just made history as the longest-running American multi-camera sitcom, with 276 episodes to date.
Cheers previously held the title with a total of 275 episodes, and that’s nothing to sneeze at. Naturally, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Melissa Rauch, Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg, and Kunal Nayyar celebrated the special milestone with cupcakes and fun tributes on Instagram.
“Blessed, humbled, amazed, grateful. Thank you to everyone who has supported us the last 12 years,” Cuoco wrote. Galecki expressed similar sentiments, writing, “From the very bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU to all the fans that have been on this incredible ride with us all along.” The show’s final episode is set to air on May 16, and we have a feeling it’s going to be an emotional one. Oh, how we’re going to miss this cast!