Masters of the Universe: Revolution expands the cast with He-Man vet Meg Foster

Meg Foster, who starred in the 1987 cult classic Masters of the Universe, is returning to the franchise with Netflix Masters of the Universe: Revolution.

Who will Meg Foster play in Masters of the Universe: Revolution?

After playing the role of Evil-Lyn in the live-action film Masters of the Universe, Foster will now provide the voice of the character Motherboard, described as “an ancient sorceress of technology in a battle for the soul of Eternia.” becomes.

“My role on Masters of the Universe more than 35 years ago remains one of my most treasured roles,” said Meg Foster. “I’m both thrilled and honored to return to the troupe and embody a brilliant all-new villain character, adding color to the vivid storytelling that Kevin Smith and Mattel have brought to life for fans around the world.”

You can see Meg Foster and her character in the Masters of the Universe: Revolution image below:

“It’s not often that original and popular actors return to their old franchises, so we’re excited for the opportunity to welcome Meg Foster back to Eternia,” said Fred Soulie, senior vice president and general manager of Mattel Television. “Her presence in the original live-action film made an undeniable impression on fans, so much so that she cemented the film in the pop culture zeitgeist for over 30 years and resulted in her impressive work as Evil-Lyn setting the stage for Meg’s ecstasy wowed audiences again, now as the villain’s motherboard.”

Based on Mattel’s popular toy line of the same name, Masters of the Universe: Revelation is produced by Kevin Smith, who also serves as showrunner. The series was written by Marc Bernadin, Eric Carrasco, Diya Mishra and Tim Sheridan, with Powerhouse Animation (Castlevania) serving as the animation studio for the series.

The series features an ensemble voice cast led by Chris Wood (Supergirl) as Prince Adam/He-Man, Mark Hamill (Star Wars) as Skeletor, Lena Headey (Game of Thrones) as Skeletor’s right-hand man Evil-Lyn, and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) as Teela.