The official website and Twitter for the Haikyu! anime series today posted the main visual for "Shousha to Haisha" (Winners and Losers), the second part of the two-part compilation film of the Haikyu! TV anime first season aired in Japan for 25 episodes from April to September in 2014. Check the latest information after the jump.
To promote the release this Saturday, the official website for the Attack on Titan anime project today posted an over three-minute PV for the second compilation film Attack on Titan: Jiyuu no Tsubasa featuring the theme song "Jiyuu no Daishou" performed by Linked Horizon. Check the clip after the jump.
Cinema Today has posted a 30-second new trailer for "Owari to Hajimari" (The End and the Beginning), the first part of the two-part compilation film of the Haikyu! TV anime first season, based on Haruichi Furudate's volleyball-themed sport manga. Check the clip after the jump.
The live-action film adaptation of Ken Wakui's Shinjuku Swan: Kabukicho Scout Survival manga opened in Japan last weekend. It earned a very good 252,324,500 yen on 75,337 admissions, taking first place from Kenneth Branagh-directed Cinderella for the first times in six weeks. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the 90-second first trailer, an official poster visual and photos from acclaimed anime director Mamoru Oshii (Mobile Police Patlabor, Ghost in The Shell)'s latest live-action film Tokyo Mukokuseki Shoujo (Tokyo Statelessness Girl) are now available. Check the latest information after the jump.
Cinema Today has posted a two-minute trailer for the upcoming second film Attack on Titan: Jiyuu no Tsubasa, including a hand-to-hand battle between Eren's Titan form and the Female Titan. The film compiles the 14th to 25th episode of the first TV anime and is slated to release in Japan on June 27. Check the latest clip after the jump.
The world premiere and red carpet event for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F was held at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles on April 11. Cinema Today has posted a three-minute video report of the event featuring the Japanese voice of Son Goku, 78-year-old Masako Nozawa. Check the video after the jump.
It is confirmed today that 27-year-old Japanese singer's "Lose Control" is used as the image song for the upcoming live-action feature The Next Generation Patlabor: Shuto Kessen/Tokyo War. Cinema Today has posted a 60-second new trailer featuring the song.