Actor Noah Centineo has confirmed that not only is the live-action He-Man feature “Masters of the Universe” still happening, but he’s also been preparing hard for the movie ahead of a shoot this Summer.
Speaking with Harpers Bazaar, the actor revealed he has already added 30 pounds of muscle to his frame last year, then had to shed some of the weight due to production being pushed back. He’s now back in training again.
Centineo stars as Prince Adam, who transforms into a warrior called He-Man and becomes the last hope for a magical land called Eternia which has been ravaged by technology and the evil Skeletor.
“Iron Man” scribes Matt Holloway and Art Marcum rewrote the most recent draft of the film, with the earlier script by David S. Goyer and Christopher L. Yost. Aaron and Adam Nee are set to direct the film which hasn’t set a release date as yet.
Centineo made his name co-starring in the Netflix rom-com film “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” which is being made available for free to subscribers and non-subscribers of Netflix between now and March 9th. The film’s sequel, “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” is released on the service today.