Warner bring you Masters of the Universe in June

Warner Home Video have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Masters of the Universe for June 16th with a retail price of £12.99. This live action adaptation of the hugely popular children's toy and sci-fi adventure cartoon series will come with the following features on DVD...

  • 1.85:1 Widescreen transfer
  • English and French audio tracks
  • English and French subtitles
  • Commentary with director Gary Goddard
  • Theatrical Trailer
We expect the Widescreen transfer to feature anamorphic enhancement but have no confirmation at this stage. Here is the synopsis as taken from the press release...

A classic clash of titanic powers battling for ultimate supremacy, Masters of the Universe features a cast of characters familiar to us all. The battle for Castle Greyskull on the planet of Eternia, key to the control of the entire universe, is led by the hugely-muscled He-Man (Lundgren) with his companions Teela (Chelsea Field), her father Duncan, known as Man-At-Arms (Jon Cypher) and wily dwarf and inventor Gwildor (Billy Barty). Allied against them and determined to gain control of the war-torn planet is evil megalomaniac Skeletor (Frank Langella in a show stealing performance) with his henchmen Blade, Saurod, Beast Man, Karg and Evil-Lyn (Meg Foster).

When He-Man and his followers are accidentally transported to earth by the mysterious Cosmic Key, they enlist the help of teenagers Julie (Courteney Cox in her feature film debut) and Kevin (Robert McNeill) to try to return to Eternia. But with Skeletor hard on their trail and determined to thwart their plans, can He-Man overcome the powers of evil and save the Sorceress of Castle Greyskull?

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