1) I can't imagine any network willing to spend the money to pull off decent special effects. Take "Once Upon A Time" as an example. It's a hit show on a network owned by Disney and it still has really bad cgi and green screen scenes.
2) MotU is a toy franchise so it'll never be as "adult" as Game of Thrones. At the same time, the suits will want it to appeal to the teens and the twenty-somethings. So I'm guessing they'd want the show to focus on Adam's life moreso than He-Man. Which isn't a bad thing mind you, but a lot of the time this leads to sci-fi/adventure show being a not so cleverly disguised teen drama (think Smallville).
Last edited by maczero; December 15, 2012 at 08:39am.
No, not me. I prefer cinema to television. Even though I am a self-confessed movie buff, I really don’t watch a whole lot of TV. I certainly don’t watch any ongoing series’. Apart from Doctor Who, of course. Nothing else, though.
Also, only a big Hollywood studio would be able to pump enough money into a MOTU film to really give us, at least visually, the film MOTU fans have always wanted. A television show, even a relatively high budget one like Game of Thrones, wouldn't be able to give us things like Battle-Cat and Panthor, as well as all the other fantastical characters, vehicles and locales. Maybe with extremely bad CGI, but I wouldn't want that.
Last edited by Krueger; December 14, 2012 at 09:10pm.