MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (Gary Goddard, 1987)

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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 16 Feb 2010, 15:32

Here's the complete awesome CINEFEX article (21 pages) about the MASTERS special effects from the newly created MOTU blog! (where a Q&A with Gary Goddard should be coming soon)

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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby savagesketch on 19 Feb 2010, 17:34

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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 25 Feb 2010, 21:29

Finally the promised Q&A with director Gary Goddard, along with exclusive behind the scenes pics!!!
http://mastersoftheuniversemovie.blogsp ... ddard.html

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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby evegotbet on 28 Feb 2010, 10:53

wowwwwww, impressive body. and to be in front of all those people dressed like that. wowwwwwww. he's so cute.
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 05 Mar 2010, 13:15

Custom creation of Skeletor
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby viendammage on 07 Mar 2010, 20:57

Saw Alice In Wonderland over the weekend and found it utterly unenjoyable. Watching it I kept thinking of Masters for some reason, probably because it was a fantasy adventure into a different world I actually enjoyed.
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Warchild on 09 Mar 2010, 04:59

I wouldn't be suprised if we see in the next few years a Masters of the Universe remake in 3-D, with the big hit of Avatar and Alice in Wonderland, alot of studios now will get involved in more movies made in 3 D.
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 13 Mar 2010, 22:45

TV spot at 07:46
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 17 Mar 2010, 19:39

Albert Pyun on his planned MASTERS 2 sequel:
Planet Origo: What were your ideas for the planned Masters of the Universe sequel you were going to do for Cannon? I found on the net this: "Albert Pyun directs the sequel, which takes the superhero to Earth disguised as a football quarterback" - LA Times.

Albert: Again, I just can't remember that much because it was a crazy time in my career. I know we cast Laird Hamilton to replace Dolph Lundgren but not much more other than Skeletor did destroy much of the world as an industrialist Aaron Dark.

Planet Origo: It is known among fans that the sets and costumes for the flatlined He-Man sequel were used for Cyborg, to save money. How did you write the script so that things from another movie would fit in?

Albert: I don't remember it being that difficult to adapt except time was short. The Masters I was going to do pretty much was about Skeletor (as Aaron Dark) destroying most of the world before He-Man can stop him. So Masters 2 sort of ended in a devastated post nuclear world.
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby acanuckfan on 20 Mar 2010, 05:09

If only Gary Goddards vision would become a reality. An epic "middle-earth style" adventure with Dolph lundgren would have been cool.

Also i'm not sure but did Albert Pyun intend to have Skeletor destroy earth or Eternia? 'cause from what I seen in the first movie Skeletor seemed to have did a good number to Eternia. Kinda glad it wasn't made too much death and destruction for a kids toyline(I might be alone on that one). Should be a fantasy adventure.
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 26 Mar 2010, 15:11

Costumes and props from the film for sale including the "God" Skeletor and Evil Lyn costumes ($2,999)!
http://www.screenused.com/index.cfm?sec ... =index.cfm
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 06 Apr 2010, 00:07

Meg Foster talks about making MOTU during a Q&A (at 06:30)
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Jox on 22 Apr 2010, 13:02

Good times!
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Re: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987)

Postby Nathan on 22 Apr 2010, 18:53

Jox wrote:Good times!
Inside a UK Cannon cinema (http://www.cannon.org.uk/cannonmanager.htm)
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Shit I wish I was born in the 70's, now that's the ultimate movie line-up... nowadays that wall would be something along the lines of... "Generic Jennifer Aniston romantic comedy number #38", "Overhyped big-budget 3-D superhero reboot" and "Another tired-ass, tasteless spoof movie during which you laughed a total of three times due to dirty texting caused by boredom"... :wink:
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