Right here’s a revelation for you: it seems like a second season of Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation is on its approach. Kevin Smith’s reinvention/sequel to the basic ’80s He-Man cartoon debuted to a lot fanfare final summer season, though its controversial twists earned it a Star Wars: The Final Jedi-style backlash from some quarters. The comparability is an apt one as Mark Hamill simply occurs to star in each.
Hamill made the function of He-Man’s nemesis Skeletor his personal throughout Revelation‘s two-part first season, with the brilliance of his efficiency being one thing all followers may agree on. Now, the Luke Skywalker legend has confirmed he’s been again within the recording sales space to voice the uber-villain… Which is an enormous deal as Netflix has but to formally announce that season two is going on.
“FRIDAY April 29 2022 “To-Do” Record: Voice this man all day,” Hamill shared on Twitter, together with a graphic of himself paired along with his animated alter ego. “SATURDAY April 30 2022 “To-Do” Record: Relaxation my voice all day.”
Skeletor had a rollercoaster of a personality arc throughout Revelation season one, as he died alongside Prince Adam within the first episode solely to be resurrected and steal the Energy of Grayskull for himself, changing into SkeleGod within the course of. The Energy was then stolen by Evil-Lyn (Lena Headey) and Skeletor was pressured to group up with Adam to defeat her. Final time we noticed him, the foe was transformed right into a cyborg minion by the Motherboard, who appears to be working for Hordak, Skeletor’s former boss.
Now that Hamill has let the (Battle)cat out the bag, presumably a correct announcement about Masters of the Universe: Revelation season two is on its approach. Bear in mind, Netflix can also be engaged on a live-action He-Man film, directed by The Misplaced Metropolis‘s the Nee brothers, with Kyle Allen within the lead. No phrase but on who would possibly play Skeletor, however followers would find it irresistible if Hamill reprised his function within the (lack of) flesh.