I agree mostly, although I think Skeletor's crew will stick to the main ones. Meaning, I'm sure Beastman, Evil-Lyn, Trap-Jaw and Tri-Klops will feature. Mer-Men, though, I'm not sure of. I've always thought of him as the more expendable one. In the audio interview I mentioned earlier with Alex Litvak, he does name-drop Tri-Klops being in his script. So we know, unless he's been taken out since, he'll probably be in the film.
Originally Posted by Skeeter
Luckily, he also says that Battle-Cat is in it and that he and Adam have a really good relationship. In the same interview he alludes to something that will undoubtedly be the biggest change and subsequently the biggest pill to swallow. I'm pretty sure there will be no secret-identity in the film. Adam is basically going to be Adam throughout. I think that's the most controversial aspect the movie could have.
Here’s a link to the audio interview. It’s from July 2010, so just after he and Mike Finch were hired. It’s near the end, just after he talks about The Three Musketeers: http://mediap1.roadkast.com/moviefea...lex-Litvak.mp3
Adam was Adam throughout in the Justin Marks script, and I thought it worked rather well, whatever other problems that script DID have.
Originally Posted by Krueger
I think the real trick to getting the difference between Adam and He-Man is to get how he can transform and 'if' he can transform back.
The secret identity thing is basically the same as superman or spiderman if they can change back anytime.
Its never been done, but if He-Man was a very solid choice, and turning back required bigger or different magic, then He-Man can just be Adam as a bigger dude.
..Also I see She-Ra as a growth of change, that she becomes She-Ra over time and also can not easily turn back without bigger or different magic.
Dragons perhaps have this magic.
Peter Dinklage as Ram Man? Are you kidding me a horrible crack list.