From visionary filmmakers James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. #Alita Battle Angel is in theaters July 20, 2018. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez Screenplay by: James Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis and Robert Rodriguez Based on the Graphic Novel (“Manga”) Series: “Gunnm” By Yukito Kishiro Produced by: James Cameron and Jon Landau
Rodriguez, James Cameron, and Laeta Kalogridis wrote the screenplay for the film, based on the manga series “Gunnm” by Japanese artist Yukito Kishiro. “Alita: Battle Angel” is an action-packed sci-fi story of a woman’s discovery of her own abilities and her fight for global change.
Cameron originally wrote a 186-page screenplay accompanied by 600 pages of notes and eventually shared both with Rodriguez, who tried his hand at cleaning up the draft to transform it into a shooting script. Satisfied with the result, Cameron also asked Rodriguez to direct the movie.
“Robert and I have been looking for a film to do together for years, so I was pumped when he said he wanted to do ‘Battle Angel,’” Cameron said in the 2015 announcement of the film. “He’s very collaborative and we’re already like two kids building a go-kart, just having fun riffing creatively and technically. This project is near and dear to me, and there’s nobody I trust more than Robert, with his technical virtuosity and rebel style, to take over the directing reins. We’re looking forward to learning a lot from each other while we make a kick-ass epic.”
<In Samurai avenge evil! Now held in the in the water Junpei Yamazaki (Director) x Kazuki Nakashima (screenplay) x departing from Japan presents Takashi Okazaki (character design)! Strongest entertainment world to shoot “ ” the restrictions were lifted on Japan version trailer! The warring States period in the upcoming stage seriously!
For the fans of the Slam Dunk series of Takehiko Inoue, great news has emerged because a calendar will be reprinted with the famous characters of the series such as Hanamichi, Rukawa and others.
Calendar is a lineup of 2 types of wall hanging and desktop. The A2 size wall hanging type remastered the material used for the same calendar released in 1996 and reprinted the design as it is. On the other hand, the desk calendar was the first commercialization, and the original design was adopted. The price is 1944 yen for the wall hanging calendar, 1620 yen for the desk calendar.
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is a head-to-head football simulation game based on the classic football manga series
The world of Captain Tsubasa is now available as a soccer simulation game! Join Tsubasa, Misaki, Hyuga and all your favorites as you build your dream team and hit the pitch!
This is Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, a RPG and management that has enjoyed great success in Japan and now makes the leap to the West for the fate of their fans. The title proposes us to collect, improve and play with the most charismatic characters of the series in order to face the AI or other players.
Play online against friends and foes! Train soccer legend Tsubasa Ozora and other characters from the series to create the perfect dream team, then go head-to-head with players across the country.
Robot Underdog finally concludes his live-action adaptation of the famous Dragon Ball Z anime
It has been 10 years since the world was on the verge of destruction by the mad scientist Dr. Hell and his Underground Empire. Koji Kabuto, his giant robot Mazinger Z, and his allies in the Photon Power Laboratory however put an end to Dr. Hell’s ambitions and peace returned to the world.
Koji has since followed his grandfather and father’s example and became a scientist at the Photon Power Lab. Sayaka Yumi became the Photon Lab’s new Director after her father Prof. Yumi had became Japan’s Prime Minister. Koji’s younger brother Shiro has become a gifted pilot working for the lab while Boss and his gang continued to work for it. Tetsuya Tsurugi and Jun Hono who fought with Koji have since married and Jun is pregnant with Tetsuya’s child.
Buried deep below Mt. Fuji, he encounters a mysterious life form named LiSA inside a giant structure called Infinity. With this new encounter comes a new threat, and a new fate awaiting humanity. Dr. Hell reveals himself after being declared dead in the past along with his henchmen Count Brocken and Baron Ashura. Dr. Hell plots to use Infinity’s unlimited potential to activate its ultimate weapon Gragon to reshape the world. The former hero Koji makes a decision for the future whether to be a god or a demon… The future is once again entrusted to Mazinger Z!
Original: “ALCHEMIST FULLMETAL” Hiromu Arakawa (“Gangan Comics” publicado por Square Enix)
Director: Fumihiko Sori Guión: Fumihiko Sori Takeshi Miyamoto Música: Rei Kitasato
Canción temática: MISIA “Estoy a tu lado” (Ariora Japón)
Producción: Film “FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST” Producción Comité Producción Producción: OXYBOT Distribución: Warner Bros. Película
If the machines are rising up against us, anime short Black Out 2022 suggests we (as usual) probably deserve it. The film, from Cowboy Bebop’s Shinichiro Watanabe, reveals that the current growth in sexbots we are seeing in 2017 has led to a future in which sentient replicant prostitutes have become the norm. We’ve already seen something similar happening in HBO’s Westworld and AMC/Channel 4’s Humans, of course.
As a fan of the 2004 Battlestar Galactica remake, it’s interesting to hear the term “skinjob” being used here as a derogatory term for the replicants. Far from nicking it, screenwriter Hampton Fancher came up with the term for the 1982 original.
The first of these short films is set in 2036 and focuses on Jared Leto’s creepy character named Niander Wallace. Apparently, he’s done something to help stave off famine on Earth, and so despite being pretty scary, he’s placated by some kind of government officials. At this point in this future history, there’s a full-on prohibition of Replicants. It stands to reason this is because of all the crazy shit that went down in the first movie. But Wallace is looking to change that and bring Replicant technology back in a big way. Part of his justification for this is to increase productivity on the “Off-World Colonies.”
Dave Bautista’s Sapper Morton appears in Luke Scott’s second short, 2048: Nowhere to Run, as well as Blade Runner 2049 itself. And there’s a clear difference between the one-time wrestler’s performance and those of the actors playing replicants in the first movie, who often seemed deliberately supercharged with artificiality. Whereas Daryl Hannah’s Pris or Brion James’s Leon might easily have been identified as replicants without the need for the famous Voight-Kampf test, Morton appears able to pass easily for human. In fact, he shows a deep need to engage with his fellow sentient beings. The only sign that we are looking at a machine comes in the android’s brutal takedown of a gang of baddies.
Three short films were commissioned to serve as prequels to the new feature film “Blade Runner 2049
Get your first look at the live-action adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul, Sui Ishida’s hit manga series. Tokyo Ghoul follows a Tokyo college student after he is attacked by a ghoul, a superpowered human who feeds on human flesh. He survives, but has become part ghoul and becomes a fugitive on the run.