We’ve collected two for each of the three original films. So go ahead, take a look, and take a step into late 70s/early 80s state of the art movie marketing. And let's be honest, time and place and culture and history pretty much dictate that the original trilogy will never be matched.
The VERY first teaser for the live action "Attack on Titan" movie was unveiled! Check it out and you can watch the teaser after the 58-second mark. Snacking on real live humans is guaranteed in this film. Yum.
Monster Cup of Tea Seeing this is disappointing, in a way, but it’s also rather pleasing. And it’s not that we didn’t know there was a guy in there, it’s just that the original imagery is so very iconic that one can kinda, you know, lose track of the fact.
A live-action Attack on Titan movie will be released as a two-part series in summer 2015, and many of the main cast members were just announced to the public today.
It was unveiled that a popular young Japanese actor Haruma Miura will play a leading role but there is no additional description about which part he will play in the movie. Will he become Eren Yeager or someone else who might be made up for the live-action movie?
Studio Ghibli's new featured animated film - Omoide no Marnie (When Marnie Was There) - was finally released in 461 movie theaters all over Japan on July 19.
It is directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi (director of The Secret World of Arrietty), and 2 young Japanese actresses did the main character voices: Sara Takatsuki as Anna (She looks exactly like Anna!), and Kasumi Arimura as Marnie.