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‘Masters of the Universe’ movie on Netflix: Kyle Allen to play He-Man

Kyle Allen obviously has the power!

Alunen af The path and American horror story has been given the role of He-Man in the live action The masters of the universe movies now being developed by Mattel and Netflix.

In the new version to be directed by The Nee Brothers (The lost city) from a manuscript written by Nees and David Callaham (Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings), an orphan named Adam discovers that he is a prince destined to become a savior from a distant land and must quickly learn about his power and the importance of saving his true home from an evil power. Production is expected to start this summer.

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* OC.s Adam Brody has boarded Hulu's Fleishman is in trouble adaptation as Seth, an old friend of Jesse Eisenberg's titular Toby Fleishman.

* Saturday Night Live 's Alex Moffat will repeat himself Bad monkey, Apple TV +'s adaptation of the 2013 Carl Hiassen novel about a former detective (played by Vince Vaughn) who, as a restaurant inspector, reveals a world of greed and corruption in South Florida. Moffat, pr THRwill play a disgusting real estate developer.

* Juliana Canfield, alias Kendall's assistant Jess on Successionplays opposite Jeff Wilbusch (Unorthodox) and Peacock's The missingDavid E. Kelly's adaptation of Dror A. Mishani's crime novel The missing file. According to our sister site Deadline, Canfield will play Janine Harris, a newly hired NYPD detective who asks to partner with Wilbusch's spiritually guided detective Avraham.

* Real life married Ben Lewis (Arrow) and Blake Lee (Cruel summer) - who have previously appeared opposite each other in Lifetime's first LGBTQ holiday film, The Christmas line-up - will headline Married to friendsa multi-cam CBS sitcom now under development and inspired by Lewis and Lee and their millennial group of friends, reports Deadline.

* Nickelodeon has turned on a 13-episode second season of live-action comedy comedy That girl was lyingwho follows an avatar from a personal confirmation app (Alaya "That Girl Lay Lay" High) that magically comes to life, and her best friend Sadie (Gabrielle Nevaeh Green) as they navigate life as teenagers and discover who they really are.

* Peacock has set a binge release on Thursday, March 10th Bust downa six-episode comedy starring Jak Knight (Big mouth), Langston Kerman (The boys), former Saturday Night Live author Sam Jay and SNL's Chris Redd as four casino employees living dead end lives with dead end jobs in Central America.

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