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Hollywood Heartthrob Noah Centineo May Star as Live-Action He-Man

Friday Mar 22, 2019

Hollywood's newest heartthrob Noah Centineo may have found his next role, playing the live-action version of He-Man, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

After breaking out in Netflix's teen rom-com "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," Centineo is currently in talks to star in Sony and Mattel's "Masters of the Universe" movie where he would play He-Man.

The movie is based on Mattel's famous toy line and follows Prince Adam of Eternia, who uses the Power Sword to turn himself into the classic hero to defend his kingdom against Castle Grayskull.

He-Man was turned into a popular cartoon series in the 80s as well as a live-action fantasy film in 1987, which starred Dolph Lundgren as the titular hero.

THR reports Art Marcum and Matt Holloway, who wrote "Iron Man," wrote the script. Adam and Aaron Nee are set to direct the project.

Centineo is currently filming the sequel to "To All the Boys..."


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