Originally posted by WhitebaconThis is sweet. It can't be any worse than the 1987 movie starring Dolph Lundgren.
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As bad as the Masters of the Universe movie was, I will still watch it anytime it comes on. I love He-Man asw much as the next guy, although I don't think John Woo was the best pick (at least tell I see the movie) but still glad the movie itself is being made.
Stewie Griffin: No sprinkles! For every sprinkle I find, I shall kill you!
Originally posted by DrOpIt's just not gonna be the same without all the queer undertones.
Then what would be the point.
I wonder if She-Ra will make a cameo?
smark/net attack wienerville advisory holds at ORANGE alert - High (JBL is STILL WWE champion and now smarks arch enemy HHH is the World Champion. Major red threat, but the undercard seems okay. The alert holds... for now)- 9/19
Sounds like NHS wants Lita to be in a film so she not in WWE messing with darling Trish. Mis-directed Woo? any John Woo film. As homer Simpson mite say..... I love that show as a kid it was great I used to want to be Adam. I wonder what thy'll make of Castle Greyskull and the other great settings.
Any casting ideas around?
I ran, I ran so far away 'cos I want you to want me and I was angry when I met you, you stupid girl
I'll survive if I never see this. But, if it gets made, I'll be peeking in to see who plays Teela. One of the biggest disappointments of my pre-teen life was seeing a rather ordinary Teela in the Dolf Lundgren flick. Whoever played Teela was cute...but didn't have the stripper caboose of her cartoon counterpart.
In what was possibly the last episode of Law & Order, we see an excellent episode that showcases some good character work. I HIGHLY recommend people watch this if you haven't yet. The actual plot was tense and effective.