Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
Netflix Japan has posted a new trailer the new Netflix exclusive Devilman Crybaby anime series. The series is set to run for 10 episodes and will premiere next Spring. The series will be available in 190 countries/ territories and will feature nine dub tracks along with 25 subtitle languages. Netflix provided a synopsis for the series. The protagonist Akira Fudo (Kouki Uchiyama) learns from his best friend, Ryo Asuka (Ayumu Murase), that an ancient race of demons has returned to take back the world from humans. Ryo tells Akira that the only way to defeat the demons isRead More
Recently the Kamen Rider Build press conference took place, which revealed the cast of the upcoming series. The main cast will consist of: Atsuhiro Inukai – Sento Kiryu / Kamen Rider Build Sento Kiryu is a genius scientist with a high IQ. Yet, he does not remember what happened to him 20 years ago. However, the only thing he remembers is a mysterious figure called Nitogue. Currently, Sento is in the care of Soichi Isuragi. That is until a young man named Ryuga appears. Ryuga may be the key to help SentoRead More
SKULL! We Dive into W’s Post-series stories with Akiko gaining a look back on her father’s origins as a Rider on her wedding day…while Toshiki Inoue takes the characters of Kamen Rider OOO for a ride that Doesn’t make much Sense, even if you know Nobunaga Oda. Poor Eiji Hino, he’s barely relevant to his own damn Crossover film.
Cinema Today has reported that a new CG remake of the original “Saint Seiya” series in the works. The series is currently tilted, “Knights of the Zodiac: Saint Seiya, ” and will stream exclusively as a Netflix original series. The series will cover the “Galaxy War Arc” and will continue up the “Silver Saint Arc.” Each episode will run for 30 minutes and the series will consist of 12 episodes. The series will be directed by Yoshiharu Asui and will be produced by Toei Animation. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that a rewrite is in the works for Star Wars Episode IX. To go along with the rewrite the team has added Jack Thorne to help with the script for the upcoming Star Wars sequel. According to the website’s sources, Jack Thorne will be revising the current script by director Colin Trevorrow and his writing partner, Derek Connolly, since “a fresh pair of eyes was needed.” Production for Star Wars Episode IX will start next January and the film is set to premiere on May 24, 2019. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned forRead More