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Fullmetal Alchemist Bonus Manga Details Revealed

The official website for the Live-Action film adaptation for Fullmetal Alchemist has revealed details for the special manga that will be given out to those who view the film in theaters.  The new chapter is titled, “Fullmetal Alchemist 0,” will feature the events soon after Ed is qualified to become a State Alchemist. This manga will be special release since it will make the first new manga that Fullmetal Alchemist’s creator, Hiromu Arakawa, has illustrated in seven years. Those who attend the film will also receive a special 2018 calendar illustrated by Arawaka for those who watch the filmRead More


Live-Action Fullmetal Alchemist English Subtitled Preview Streamed

In preparation for the world premiere of the live-action film adaptation of the Full Metal Alchemist anime series, Warner Brothers Japan posted an English subtitled preview for the film.   The film will premiere at the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival on October 25 and will also be screened at Anime NYC on November 19.  The film will open in Japanese theaters on December 1.   Two brothers set out on a journey in order to take back everything they have lost. Fullmetal Alchemist is a legendary comic by Hiromu ARAKAWA that has sold over 70 million books worldwide. This emotional adventureRead More


New Live-Action Fullmetal Alchemist Film Posters Revealed

The official website for the live-action film adaptation for Full Metal Alchemist has updated with a new theatrical poster.  The latest poster features all 13 main cast members for the film.  The live-action film adaptation for Full Metal Alchemist will premiere on December 1 in Japan. Other posters for the film were revealed earlier this July.   The cast includes: Fumiyo Kohinata – General Hakuro Ryuta Sato – Maes Hughes Misako Renbutsu – Riza Hawkeye Natsuna – Maria Ross Natsuki Harada – Gracia Hughes Yo Oizumi – Shou Tucker Jun Kunimura – Doctor Marco YasukoRead More


Fullmetal Alchemist Official English Subtitled Trailer 2 Streamed

Warner Bros. Japan has recently updated their official Youtube channel with an English subtitled trailer for the live-action adaptation for Full Metal Alchemist. While the trailer itself is the same as the one uploaded to their channel earlier this month, it is nice to see an official English translation of the trailer. The live-action Full Metal Alchemist film will premiere in Japanese theaters on December 1.  


“Fullmetal Alchemist” Live-Action Film December 2017 Premiere Date Confirmed

The official website for the live-action adaption of Full Metal Alchemist has recently updated with the confirmation that the film will premiere in December 2017 in Japan.  It has also been revealed that Roy Mustang’s costume will be first presented at Tokyo Comic Convention 2016 this weekend. Roy Mustang will be portrayed by Dean Fujioka, who stated on twitter that “…he (is) so happy to know about the costume display at Tokyo ComiCon.  By seeing Roy Mustang’s costume that is literally stained with blood and sweat,  it would be great if you could feel all the team members’ passionRead More


First Live-Action Full Metal Alchemist Trailer Streamed

Recently the first trailer for the live-action film adaptation for Full Metal Alchemist has recently surfaced on the net.   The trailer features a short glimspe of the effects of the film and so far it looks pretty good in my opinion. The film will debut in Japan in Winter 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvjOn0ucBec ANN also provided a translation of the text featured in the preview. Text: The time has come. Text: Original work: Hiromu Arakawa Text: Director: Fumihiko Sori (Ping Pong) Text: Two brothers’ great journey. Text: The legend… Text: Finally begins. Title Logo:Read More


Live Action Fullmetal Alchemist Film Announced

Warner Brothers has recently announced that they will be producing a live action adaptation film of the Full Metal Alchemist.   The film will begin its production in Italy and will finish in the second half of August in Japan.  The film is stated to premiere in Japan in Winter 2017.  The film will be directed by Fumihiko Sori and has stated that while the cast is Japanese she wants  “… to create a style that follows the original manga as much as possible. The cast is entirely Japanese, but the cultural background is Europe. However, it’sRead More