The otakus are in luck: ‘Bleach’ presents the first trailer for its adaptation to real image
these Are good times for lovers of manga and japanese animation. After the spectacular trailer for the north american version of ‘Death Note’ directed by Adam Wingard, and of having the non-combustible Takashi Miike after adjustments ‘Blade of the Immortal’ and ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’ —this last shot in Sitges—, Warner Bros. just make public a surprise that will delight the entire otaku that price.
Without eating it or drinking it, the producer has made public a teaser trailer of the translation to the real picture of ‘Bleach’: the manga titled Tite Kubo, published in 2001, which gave the jump to the encourage in 2004 from the hand of Noriyuki Abe, staying on the air during the not inconsiderable figure of 366 episodes.
Despite the short length and bare-bones of the teaser does not give option to judge of a more in-depth, the mere fact of having Shinsuke Sato behind the camera to the front of the project is sufficient to have confidence in the project. Sato, among others, signed the estimable adaptation of ‘Gantz’ at the live action, and one of the tapes zombie more fresh and fun than the last times: ‘I Am a Hero’, winning the Audience Award in the Sitges Festival 2015.
By the time they have not transcended specific dates of premiere or any information about the deal beyond that it is expected to ‘Bleach’ get along 2018, and actor Sôta Fukushi will be in charge of giving life to lead character Ichigo Kurosaki.
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The news The otakus are in luck: ‘Bleach’ presents the first trailer for its adaptation to real image was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .