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Justice Returns to the Big Screen in Sailor Moon SuperS the Movie [Review]

It’s been over 20 years years since the premiere of Sailor Moon SuperS the Movie, but it recently had the chance to shine all over again thanks to a new theatrical release. Hot on the heels of screenings for the Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S movies, we had a chance to see how...

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My Hero Academia Movie Key Frames Give Behind-the-Scenes Look

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes is already out in Japan, but that hasn’t stopped the hype machine. Today a series of genga, or key frames, giving a behind-the-scenes look at the film were revealed. The key frames are matched up with their corresponding completed frames, giving fans a chance to see the movie at different...

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Battle Angel Alita Author Yukito Kishiro Praises Look of Live-Action Film

A lot of folks were put off by the big-eyed look of the upcoming Battle Angel Alita (Gunnm) adaptation, Alita: Battle Angel. But Yukito Kishiro, the creator of the original Alita manga, appears to approve. Kishiro was recently interviewed about the look of the James Cameron-produced film, which opens December 21, 2018 in the US...

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Nisekoi Live-Action Film Previewed in New Cast Photos

Many of our readers are pretty hyped about the Nisekoi live-action film. Those readers will no doubt be happy to hear there are some new shots of the cast in their respective characters’ signature poses. The photos feature all eight members of the main cast, including Kento Nakajima as Raku Ichijo, Ayami Nakako as Chitoge...

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Get a Peek at the My Hero Academia Movie Bonus Manga

The My Hero Academia film hits Japan this weekend, and the first million viewers will receive an exclusive, nine-page manga written by Academia creator Kohei Horikoshi. Today, a short video hyping that manga has been released. The manga is called “No.0 ALL MIGHT: RISING” and is about All Might’s past: specifically, his relationship with his...

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Doc Big in Japan Offers A Guide on How (or How Not) to Get Famous in Japan [Review]

Can a normal person get famous in Japan?  Big in Japan, a documentary released online last month, chronicles one man’s attempt to get famous through any means necessary. As the title suggests, the film’s premise follows the classic assumption that it’s easier for a foreigner to get famous in Japan than it is for them...

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Gintoki Dresses as a Hostess in Live-Action Gintama 2 Making of Clip

We now know that at some point in Gintama 2 Gintoki and Shinpachi will have to dress up as hostesses… we just don’t know why. We’ll have to wait until the live-action sequel opens in Japan on August 17 to find out, but in the meantime you can see that and more in the behind-the-scenes...

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Live-Action Bleach Movie’s Early Scene Streamed

Curious about how the live-action film adaptation of Tite Kubo’s Bleach begins? The Warner Bros. YouTube channel streamed a couple minutes from an early scene, which faces Ichigo with the fact that he’s going to have to become a Soul Reaper and take down a Hollow himself. Bleach opened in Japan to a somewhat underwhelming...

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Extended In This Corner of the World, With 30 Minutes of New Scenes, Hits Japan This December

Last year, it was announced the hit 2016 film In This Corner of the World would be getting an extended version with new scenes. Today, it was announced that new version will hit Japanese theaters this December, and feature approximately 30 minutes of new footage. It’s also been given a new title, Kono Sekai no...

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