New York's Museum of Modern Art will be airing Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence as part of a series on humanity and the uncanny in science fiction. It will be one of 70 films shown during the program. Hit the jump for more information and to find out where to get tickets!
To promote the upcoming release of August 23, Paramount Japan's official YouTube channel has posted a Japanese dub edition trailer for the DVD/Blu-ray of the live-action film Ghost in The Shell, featuring the two original anime voice cast, Atsuko Tanaka as The Major (portrayed by Scarlett Johansson) and Akio Otsuka as Batou (Pilou Asbæk). Check out how the anime voice fit the actors.
Last April, new shop that anime studio Production I.G., the studio behind Kuroko's Basketball, Psycho-Pass, Haikyu!!, and, of course Ghost in the Shell. opened an I.G Store in the Shibuya 0101. Now, it's time to celebrate its first anniversary. Some big names will be participating. More after the jump.
Originally announced back in 2016 as part of the "Ghost in the Shell Realize Project", Cerevo has pushed back the release date of their walking, talking 1/8 scale Tachikoma smart tank toys from June 2017 until August 2017 in order to improve the mobility and durability of the tiny robots. Hit the jump to learn more.
With the polarizing live-action Ghost in the Shell getting ready to be released on home video, no one expected that NBCUniversal Japan would go so far as to bundle the 1995 animated film into its forthcoming home video release for Japanese collectors. Hit the jump for the details.
Looks like its going to be a short wait for the home video release of the live-action Ghost in the Shell. According to an Amazon listing, you'll be able to see ScarJo, Takeshi Kitano and company on Blu-ray, DVD, 3D and 4K formats starting July 25th.
According to the latest box office report in Japan, the live-action film adaptation of Masamune Shirow's cyberpunk manga series Kokaku Kidoutai/Ghost in The Shell, starring Scarlett Johansson as the protagonist "Major," ranked third in its opening weekend behind the two holdovers, Sing and Moana, with a bit disappointing 273 million yen. Hit the jump for more details.