But don’t get too excited, the anime is not getting a sequel, or another anime movie… though I would LOVE that. But Netflix is adapting the fan-favorite anime into a live-action series for it’s service.
Despite Robert Rodriguez in the director’s seat for this one, being one who loved the manga and anime, definitely skeptical about this movie. BUT that said, we recently got a new trailer, check it out below! Continue reading New Trailer for ‘ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL’!
Thanks right Otaku, JIN-ROH: THE WOLF BRIGADE has been made into a live-action movie! Korean director, Kim Jee-woon (THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD) is helmed the live-action adaptation. Between Kim Jee-woon and my fondness for JIN-ROH, I couldn’t be more excited!
Check out the trailer below! Continue reading Trailer: ‘JIN-ROH’
Are you ready for the greatest kaiju battle ever? I hope so, because GODZILLA: MONSTER PLANET hits Netflix on January 17th! News broke on GODZILLA: MONSTER PLANET last year, and looks like we finally got a trailer from Netflix.
Check it out below!
Okay, so I definitely hate the practice of late of a teaser for a teaser trailer, before we actually get to a trailer… but HOLY COW, randomly came across a sponsored tweet for the long-in-limbo ALITA MOVIE!
Check it out below!
Not gonna lie to you, when I saw this, I just about crapped my pants with excitement! Creators is reporting that a new anime is coming out from Yamatoworks, it’s inspired by HP Lovecraft’s story, The Call of Cthulhu, and it’s called FORCE OF WILL.
Before I get too much into it, check out the trailer below! Continue reading Looks Like HP Lovecraft is Inspiring Some Anime!
So it’s no secret by now that Japan has a live-action movie of the beloved manga, FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, coming. And I couldn’t be more excited! Well, maybe a little worried… but definitely more excited than worried! Haha.
Why am I worried? Well, as much as I love genre movies from Japan, they always have like a B-movie quality to them, which is kind of one of the reasons why I LOVE them. But I LOVE FULLMETAL MORE! And I really want this to have a higher production quality to it! But if the trailer is any indication, looks like I’m not gonna have too much reason to worry.
Check it out below.
So I came in late on the ATTACK ON TITAN anime train, but once I got started, LOVED every minute of it! The live-action movie? Mixed emotions about… but that’s neither here nor there. Continue reading THE TITANS ARE COMING BACK!
So the internet had been a buzz with the news that GHOST RIDER is coming to AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D… But is it just me, or does the current Rider’s comic counterpart look like he jumped from the world of BLEACH? Continue reading IMAGE OF THE DAY: Did ‘Ghost Rider’ Jump Out of ‘BLEACH’?
So you’ve probably heard by now that Adult Swim is bringing back FLCL in not only one, but TWO seasons, reportedly to air in late 2017 or early 2018 (Source: io9).
But I have to say, hearing this news, I was a crazy, CRAZY, mixed bag of emotions! I mean, OF COURSE I want more FOOLY COOLY (other name the original anime from Gainax is known by)!!! I mean, the original anime definitely ended on a note that more episodes could be coming. But the original six episodes were SO GOOD! And quite honestly would be quite happy if they would just leave it there.
And that last statement, admittingly, is driven by this particular writer being tired of the sheer amount of remakes, reboots, unnecessary sequels, and reimaginings in American pop-culture… Yea, I might be in that bitter fanboy camp of “Where’d all the original content go?” 😛
See, supposedly the story behind how the original anime came about was that Gainax was bored. Yep. Bored. They were between productions, and had nothing to work on. So a handful of them essentially goofed off and came up with with an INCREDIBLE and bizarre story, filled with things that shouldn’t work together, BUT DOES!
And if the io9 report is accurate, Gainax won’t even be involved. Production I.G. is taking the reigns.
So you have a fan favorite anime, the original studio is involved. And given the, what one can only infer, playful, freeflow energy that went into the original… I’m definitely worried that this follow-up won’t recapture the energy and fun I’ve enjoyed with FLCL.
But I’ve been wrong before. I hope I am now.
I mean, I’ll definitely be up when this airs… but I’ll definitely be a cautious viewer.
In the meantime, check out io9’s rundown, as well a summary of the follow-up seasons here.