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‘Akira’ Is Frequently Cited as Influential. Why Is That?

3 April 2017 5:52 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Inside the cyberpunk anime masterpiece that rocked the world.

Almost thirty years later, the tremors of Akira can still be felt across the world. The quintessential anime film that not only is the pinnacle of its genre, but continues to inspire artists world wide even to this day. There have been numerous attempts to get a live-action film off the ground, the latest having Get Out director Jordan Peele attached. With any luck the poor returns on Ghost in the Shell will put this one on the shelf. There is little chance that Hollywood would be able to get Akira right, for all the reasons that make it so great. Akira is still a landmark and continues to shine as a titan of animation.

For those unfamiliar with Akira, it takes place thirty-one years after explosion led to the start of World War III. Tokyo is rebuilt as Neo Tokyo and in 2019, a young motor cycle gang »

- Max Covill

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7 Classic Anime That Hollywood Should Remake After ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (And One That They Really Need to Leave Alone)

31 March 2017 11:54 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It was always only a matter of time until modern Hollywood resigned itself to remaking anime. Which isn’t to suggest that the uniquely Japanese medium is somehow unworthy of being used as fodder for Western blockbusters — on the contrary, anime has provided some of the most progressive, adventurous, and visionary filmmaking of the last 30 years — but rather to acknowledge the palpable whiff of inevitability with which Paramount is releasing “Ghost in the Shell.”

It’s not like studio executives are obsessive fans of the franchise, it’s not like former Paramount CEO Brad Grey bought every new DVD of “Stand Alone Complex” as it was released in the United States and can walk you through every detail of the Laughing Man case, it’s not like the people in power were just patiently waiting for the entertainment climate to warm up to the idea of a star-studded Major Kusanagi »

- David Ehrlich

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Ghost In The Shell Rakes In $1.8M On Thursday, But Is Unable To Slay Disney’s Beast

31 March 2017 11:47 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Touted as the first in a potential incoming wave of blockbuster anime adaptations, studio number-crunchers are paying very close attention to the box office performance of Ghost in the Shell. After all, it seems that everyone’s itching to find some new IP to exploit, with Akira apparently finally moving into production (I’ll believe it when I see it), Alita: Battle Angel entering post-production, and rumors of a Neon Genesis Evangelion revival being bandied around the industry. Of course, those plans could all be on hold if Paramounts’ Scarlett Johansson-starring cyberpunk action movie proves a flop.

Fortunately for fans, things are looking pretty good for Ghost in the Shell, which took in $1.8M in domestic previews on Thursday night. Projections put it behind Disney’s monstrous success with Beauty and the Beast (likely to hold the number one spot for the third week running) but ahead of Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby. »

- David James

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Hideaki Anno Confirmed to Not Be Working On a Shin Godzilla Sequel

23 March 2017 5:46 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Yesterday, we posted that Hideaki Anno announced another entry in the Godzilla franchise during a concert event where music from Shin Godzilla and Neon Genesis Evangelion was played. During that event, a message was shown on screen that seemed to… Continue Reading →

The post Hideaki Anno Confirmed to Not Be Working On a Shin Godzilla Sequel appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Jonathan Barkan

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8 New Motion Posters Released For Ghost In The Shell

27 February 2017 2:56 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Paramount has released 8 new motion posters today for the hotly anticipated live action version of Ghost In The Shell. The anime adaptation, due for release March 31st, has been gradually gaining buzz following its impressive Super Bowl teaser trailer and with just over a month to go until it debuts, excitement is, understandably, quite high.

The new motion posters feature Scarlett Johansson’s Major Motoko Kusanagi, the first “full body prosthesis” cybernetic human, and the seven members of her elite Section 9 special ops team, played by Takeshi Kitano, Danusia Samal, Pilou Asbaek, Yutaka IzumiharaLasarus Ratuere, Tawanda Manyimo and Chin Han.

The film, which appears to closely hew to the 1995 anime original, follows Major and Section 9 has they hunt for an enigmatic hacker known as the Puppet Master. A cut above most anime, Ghost In The Shell takes an imaginative and intelligent look at identity in an increasingly technologically advanced society. »

- David James

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First Look At Pacific Rim: Uprising’s New Jaegers

13 February 2017 11:39 AM, PST | www.themoviebit.com | See recent TheMovieBit news »

The first Pacific Rim was a movie we absolutely adored here at The Movie Bit, and while Guillermo Del Toro, whose brain child the insane giant robot vs. giant monster smack down was, won’t be back in the director’s chair fro Pacific Rim: Uprising, the prospect of more from this universe is enough to make up for it. With Daredevil show runner Steven S. DeKnight at the helm, nothing much is known about Uprising (previously titled the slightly cooler Maelstrom), bar the fact Star Wars: The Force Awakens John Boyega will be taking the lead role. Now, more night has been shed on the sequel, with licensing magazine License! Global sharing with us our first look at the movie’s redesigned Jaegers. While the Jaegers from the original, had a bulky, industrial look to them, these new redesigns are much sleeker, with a lot of people drawing »

- noreply@blogger.com (Tom White)

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Nick Newman’s Top 10 Films of 2016

6 January 2017 11:06 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

The incapability of many to consider 2016, now a week dead, as anything other than “teh worst year evar” gives yours truly an inclination to run positive and say, with no insincerity, that it offered one of the best collection of films I’ve encountered in some time — better yet, speaking not for quantity so much as the breadth and plurality of options. A good litmus test: group your bottom five with your five honorable mentions and ask, “Would this have made a proper top ten?” The answer to this year, perhaps more than any other I’ve been making countdowns, firmly leaned towards an affirmative, in no small part because it’s futile to consider one individual work — among nine-to-fourteen other works of such utter individuality — as inherently superior to another. This isn’t even to account for those that slip just out of reach: Paterson, The Bfg, De Palma, »

- Nick Newman

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