While doing press for his upcoming action sequel G.I. Joe Retaliation, director Jon M. Chu revealed his hopes to have Dolph Lundgren show up for a cameo in his Masters of the Universe remake.

"I'm working on Masters of the Universe right now, and that's something that I, also, since I was a kid, have really, really loved. It's a totally different universe than Joe, but really fun. It has a whole world to play with, and I really love that. I love the idea of a challenge, because, tonally, that one is really tough to do. I don't know if Dolph Lundgren is around or what he's doing but, we'll see. Yeah, I think that could be some fun."
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No cast members have been announced yet, but Jon M. Chu will direct from a screenplay by Alex Litvak, Michael Finch, and Richard Wenk. Sony hasn't set a release date at this time, so it isn't known when production will begin.

Dolph Lundgren portrayed He-Man in the 1987 action-adventure Masters of the Universe. The reboot is said to follow Prince Adam and his transformation into He-Man, who defends his mystical land of Eternia against the nefarious Greyskull.