Good news for all you tokusatsu fans out there: Shin Ultraman - the 2022 live-action theatrical film directed by Shinji Higuchi, written / produced by Hideaki Anno, and featuring Tsubaraya Productions' legendary tokusatsu superhero - has confirmed that it has plans in the works for international theatrical distribution for the film in 37 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North America, and South America beginning on September 1st with screenings in Singapore. Hit the jump to learn more.
To remind people that the final Fullmetal Alchemist live-action film, Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Transmutation, is currently playing in theaters across Japan, Warner Bros. Japan released five minutes from the film, showcasing a scene where the entire story begins. Go past the jump to check it out!
Over the past week, the Shin Ultraman Twitter account has been releasing some behind-the-scenes VFX breakdowns for the blockbuster film, including how the team captured the motion data for the film's Ultraman and kaiju. Check out the three breakdowns after the jump!
Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi’s Shin Ultraman film has made its impact on the Japanese box office and the entire franchise, by being one of the biggest films of the year and the biggest film of the Ultra series. Today, the film reached higher heights by hitting a milestone of 4 billion yen. More after the jump!
Though we only met Alec a short while ago, his journey across the Hisui region comes to an end today in the final episode of the Pokémon: Hisuian Snow, which came out on the official Pokémon YouTube channel tonight. Watch the chilly episode after the jump!
After leaving us on a literal cliffhanger in the first episode of the Pokémon: Hisuian Snow web anime, the second episode was released last night telling more of the tale of a young Alec and the Hisuian Zorua he meets on his first adventure in the historic Sinnoh region. Catch the episode after the jump!
The second of the Fullmetal Alchemist Complete Edition films, Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Transmutation, is set to open in Japanese theaters on June 24 and with it, manga creator Hiromu Arakawa has redrawn the poster of the film in her FMA manga style that will be given out in the film's first week in theaters. Check it and the second illustration out after the jump!