A Columbia Pictures executive has revealed what appears to be concept art of He-Man’s faithful companion from the planned live-action adaptation.
Sony and Mattel strike a deal to create a live-action comedy based on the Barbie franchise.
Max Steel director Stewart Handler has begun testing young actors and actresses for the adaptation of the Mattel property.
At New York Comic Con, Mattel unveiled a series of 4-inch action figures featuring the likenesses of Christopher Reeve, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Terence Stamp and Michael Keaton from the Superman and Batman films.
Toy giant Mattel has launched its own in-house production company, Playground Pictures, which will come out of the gate with a new animated venture called Hot Wheels: The Origin of Awesome.
Mattel has announced its Max Steel film is moving forward, with Stewart Hendler directing from a script by Christopher Yost.
Warner Bros. continues to open up the ’60s Batman TV series to collectibles by announcing partnerships with NECA, Funko, Mezco and Mattel.
In this week’s installment, Brian Cronin looks into whether Jean-Claude Van Damme’s 1989 sci-fi film Cyborg began as both a planned sequel to Masters of the Universe and a Spider-Man movie.
Mattel is moving forward with Max Steel as a multimedia franchise, with a Disney XD animated series, live-action short, video game, toy line and comic books.
News of a Mattel toy line based on the 1960s Batman television series suggests Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox have finally come to an agreement about the rights to the show. Can DVD collections be far behind?
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu talks about his history with He-Man, and what drew him to Sony’s planned Masters of the Universe movie.
Tom Hanks and Justified creator Graham Yost have been developing a script for Major Matt Mason, based on the 1960s Mattel toy line. Robert Zemeckis will direct.