Some new developments on Warner Bros.' live-action Death Note film popped up over at The Hollywood Reporter. According to the report, the Hollywood adaptation will be directed by Adam Wingard, who previously helmed 2011 cult horror flick You're Next and 2014 thriller The Guest, among others. Read on for more.
This Monday's chapter of Death Note illustrator Takeshi Obata's school lawyer manga Gakkyu Hotei reveals that a Death Note TV drama is being developed to air this July. Along with the news, a NTV site and Twitter feed have launched. Noteworthy on this is that placeholders for Light and L are joined by one for Near, who will be making his first live-action appearance in this drama.
Next week's chapter of Death Note illustrator Takeshi Obata's school lawyer manga Gakkyu Hotei is set to reveal that a Death Note TV drama is being developed. Broadcast is planned for July, but other details, such any whether any of the cast from the 2006 movies and their 2008 L spin-off will return, aren't revealed by the issue of Shonen Jump. More after the jump.
Following the premiere in Tokyo on Monday, HoriPro has posted a four-minute digest video of the highly-anticipated musical adaptation of the Death Note manga series created by Tsugumi Ohba (story) and Takeshi Obata (art). Check the musical numbers after the jump!