Movie directed by Shinsuke Sato will be a sequel to the 2006 live-action films
Crunchyroll previously reported about a mysterious countdown that Warner Entertainment Japan had started on its official website for the Death Note live-action films, a countdown that coincided with the conclusion of the Death Note live-action TV drama in Japan. Now the countdown is over, and Warner has announced a new movie, tentatively titled Death Note 2016.
The release of the new movie coincides with the 10th anniversary of the 2 live-action Death Note films directed by Shusuke Kaneko that were released in 2006. The new film we be directed by Shinsuke Sato (Gantz live-action, Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror), and it will be a sequel to the earlier films. The premise of the film centers around cyber-terrorism and the idea that only 6 "death note" books can simultaneously exist on Earth at a time.
Source: Comic Natalie
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