Before hitting Netflix on August 25th, the American adaptation of Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's Death Note suspense manga was showcased at this weekend's San Diego Comic Con. From a manga fan point of view, a highlight might have been a promo poster with Obata's take on Nat Wolff's Light Turner. More after the jump.
Next up in the character posters for the American live-action adaptation of Death Note comes your Misa Amane equivalent. Margaret Qualley is the feature's Mia Sutton, described as the high school girlfriend of Light Turner, who embarks on a crusade alongside him to rid the world of evil. More after the jump.
Without the Shinigami banter that preceded the earlier Ryuk post, movie director (2016's Blair Witch, VHS 1 & 2, The ABCs of Death) Adam Wingard returned with a second character poster for the live-action American Death Note movie, set to run on Netflix starting August 25th. This time it's L, played by Keith Stanfield (Atlanta, Get Out).
Earlier this week we got a tiny peek at the Netflix Death Note movie's version of the apple-loving Shinigami, Ryuk. A full trailer is here to show off around two minutes of footage, and Willem Dafoe's cackling portrayal of Green Goblin Ryuk may just steal the show. Check out the preview after the jump for a good idea of what to expect.