In an interview with io9, Smith mentioned his plans for his “He-Man” reboot and made it clear that he did not wish to go about it the identical means because the “She-Ra and the Princesses of Energy” collection. Reasonably than trying to re-imagine “He-Man,” Smith stated he wished to remain true to the unique collection that followers cherished: “Our manifest was to be fanservicey. … To be trustworthy with you, I would not have taken the job in the event that they had been like, ‘You get to reinvent He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.’ I am actually not that artistic. I might not be the man you’d faucet to reinvent one thing. However if you wish to preserve it going lovingly, true to the franchise and simply rising up the characters a bit bit so their conversations are a bit extra adult-oriented?”
He went on to elucidate that whereas the reboot shall be extra mature in some methods, it can nonetheless be aimed for an viewers of youngsters and adults alike, in hopes that households can get pleasure from it collectively. Smith revealed that he and the opposite writers applied “the Marvel methodology” into their writing, explaining, “And by Marvel methodology, we imply the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which is once I go to the Marvel film and I take my child, I am having fun with it and I am having fun with sharing it with my child as a result of I used to be like, ‘That is the sh*t I grew up on.’ Now you are rising up on it, too … That is what we baked into the DNA of ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation.'”
“Masters of the Universe: Revelation” premieres on Netflix on July 23.