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Kathryn Lindsay
June 29, 2016 9:06 am

With one simple tweet the internet was sent into a tizzy, and it’s all thanks to Kellan Lutz. The hunky Twilight star took to social media to announce something it seemed like the whole world had been waiting for: a reboot of the ’80s flick He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. 

While this tweet neither confirms nor denies Kellan’s involvement in the film, or that it’s actually happening, that doesn’t mean fans haven’t taken the liberty of mocking up what it would look like:

For those who aren’t familiar, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was a popular ’80s cartoon about a muscular Prince Adam, whose alter ego (He-Man) has superpower strength to fight a villain called Skeletor. (Out Magazine also described it as “one of the gayest and cheapest cartoons of all time,” so there’s that.)

This wouldn’t be the first live-action interpretation of He-Man, either. It was done before all the way back in 1987 starring Dolph Lundgren and a young  Courteney Cox, and Hollywood has been searching for writers and directors for a reboot for seemingly just as long.

Whatever this meeting means for Kellan, it’s probably okay to start getting excited for some kind of He-Man hilarity in the not-so-distant future. That being said, it’s practically the role Kellan was born to play, so keep the amazing Photoshops coming

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