Tite Kubo


Live-Action Bleach Film Premiere Date Announced

It was recently revealed in the recent issue of the Shonen Jump magazine has revealed some new details about the live-action film adaptation of Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga series. First, it has been revealed that Hana Sugisaki will be portraying Rukia Kuchiki in the film.  The other major detail that the magazine revealed was the release date for the film. The film is set to premiere in Japanese theaters on July 20.  For those who are unaware the live-action film adaption of Bleach franchise is directed by Shinsuke Sato. The main protagonist, Ichigo Kurosaki, will be portrayed by Sota Fukushi.  Warner Brothers Japan postedRead More

Bleach Live Action Film Teaser Streamed

The Cinema Today Youtube channel has updated with a teaser trailer for the upcoming live action Bleach film. The trailer features a look at Sota Fukushi in costume as his role of Ichigo Kurosaki.  No other information about the film is confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.  The live-action Bleach film will premiere in Japan in 2018.  

Live-Action Bleach Film Opens To Premiere Summer 2018

The official twitter page for the upcoming Bleach live-action film has updated with the announcement that the film is to premiere in Japanese theaters in Summer 2018.  With the announcement it has also been revealed that more details about the film will be announced this Friday.   Sota Fukushi will star as the titular character, Ichigo Kurosaki and the film is being directed by Shinsuke Sato.  <明日、最新情報解禁‼🎋明日7月7日(金)【七夕の日】に、映画『#BLEACH』の最新情報を解禁👊 心して待て‼#映画ブリーチ pic.twitter.com/9V8Sg3hFWA — 映画『BLEACH』公式 (@bleach_moviejp) July 6, 2017 No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.

Bleach to End This Fall with Volume 74

Today (JST), the 73rd volume of Tite Kubo’s long-running Bleach manga revealed the series will concluding in the next volume, which will be sold in fall. Following the reveal, Shonen Jump confirmed that the announcement was true. The series began in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001, whereas its final arc began back in February 2012. Now, fifteen years later the series will finally conclude having inspired an anime adaptation which consisted of 366 episodes from 2004 to 2012, with Viz Media distrubting the series in North America in 2006. InRead More