I wanted to let you know there is a new media section for the site. This will house as much of Jon’s work as I can post given length and availability. So far it’s just his work from MAJOR DAD as Major General Marcus C. Craig and a trailer for MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE where he played Duncan, Man-at-Arms. To check that out please click on the image below or navigate to the menu on the top left of this site and click on the “Media” link.
Category: Duncan Man-At-Arms
Apparently the reboot of MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE is finally nailed a writer. His name is Christopher Yost who was the writer on Thor: The Dark World in the Marvel Universe. This might not be too bad. Yost says that MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE is all about combining science with magic. I can certainly agree with that. If anyone saw Thor: The Dark World, it certainly mixed the two together effortlessly. Threw in some alchemy as well. I still don’t know how I feel about this. While I understand what those in the video are saying particularly Kristian Harloff, part of the duet known as The SchmoesKnow, who has been with the project for a time, I still will miss Jon as our own Duncan, Man-At-Arms. I loved his portrayal. So dedicated and loyal to both He-Man (Dolph Lundgren) and his daughter Teala (Chelsea Field), but also to the cause of keeping Eternia free and without Skeletor’s (Frank Langella) evilness. Sometimes things just shouldn’t be.
Apparently there is some new artwork and some more information available on the new MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE reboot. Not much on casting, but if you’ll remember Jon played Duncan Man-At-Arms. There won’t be anyone better.
Another updated album for you. Another two stills from Jon’s work in the 1987 film MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE where he played the noble Duncan Man-At-Arms. The gifts just keep coming. Enjoy.
-  STILLS – UPDATED ALBUM: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE
A rare find. I was able to get a hold of these scans from an issue of Starlog Issue #122. The article goes inside the making of the film with some focus in on the process it took to get the film to screen. Jon is mentioned and there are some images included.
-  MAGAZINE SCANS: STARLOG ISSUE #122 SEPTEMBER 1987
There is a finished script for the new version of the MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE reboot. Apparently the new film might follow in line with the cartoon series of the same name and not Jon’s 1987 film. AMC Theatre News has this on the new film. For me, there will by only one Duncan Man-At-Arms, and that is Jon. I know, “Reboots are done all the time,” but I still think the one with Jon is the best. Jon starred with Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Meg Foster, Chelsea Field, Robert Duncan McNeill and our Jon Cypher.