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Anime Lord of the Rings in the works

Variety reports that an anime feature film based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings is in production by Warner Brothers Animation. Veteran anime filmmaker Kenji Kamiyama, who helmed Netflix's "Ultraman" anime series, will direct the film from a screenplay by Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews ("The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance"). — Read the rest
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Lord of the Rings Returns to Helm’s Deep for an Anime Film About the King of Rohan

While Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series has been a hot topic for conversation for some time, the future of J.R.R. Tolkien’s franchise has never been bound to just one new project. Get ready for something big: an anime film set in Rohan called The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Films, Warner Bros, Peter Jackson, Jrr Tolkien, Tolkien, The Lord Of The Rings, Rohan, Ultraman, New Line Cinema, Will Matthews, Sam Register, Philippa Boyens, Kenji Kamiyama, The Dark Crystal


‘The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim’ Anime Film Will Be a Companion Piece to the ‘Lord of the Rings’ Trilogy

The Lord of the Rings saga will continue with the standalone anime film The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim. New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Animation are teaming for the new feature, which explores the untold story behind the fortress of Helm’s Deep. The film will also be a companion piece to New Line’s Lord of the Rings trilogy from director Peter Jackson. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a monumental achievement in cinema – a sweeping, truly epic saga that won oodles of Oscars...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Fantasy, Animation, New Line, Anime, Peter Jackson, Shell, Warner Brothers, J R R Tolkien, Warner Bros Pictures, Rohan, Warner Bros Animation, Sam Register, Philippa Boyens, The-Lord-of-the-Rings


Netflix Ghost in the Shell Goes Behind the Scenes With Directors

Netflix Asia’s YouTube account has published a behind the scenes interview with the directors of their 3D CG Ghost in the Shell series, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, revealing some crucial production details. The video features both directors Kenji Kamiyama and Shinji Aramaki who explain how they first started working together, how the new Ghost […]
Tags: Interviews, Netflix, Anime, Announcements, Shell, Ghost in the Shell, 3D CG, Adaptations, Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki, Netflix Asia s YouTube


Trailer Round-Up: ‘Survive the Night’, ‘Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045’, ‘Chrissy’s Court’, ‘#blackAF’, ‘You Ain’t Got These’, ‘The Wretched’

It’s time for a trailer round-up! Rather than let some smaller trailers slip through the cracks, we like to gather them together and bring them to you in one place. You’re welcome. This trailer round-up features a new Bruce Willis movie, some upcoming Netflix shos, two shows from the new streaming service Quibi, and a horror movie. Survive the Night Bruce Willis is back, baby! And he’s sleepwalking through another role! In Survive the Night, Willis is Frank, “a retired sheriff forced to...
Tags: Movies, Court, Netflix, Chrissy Teigen, Movie Trailers, Shell, Rich, Bruce Willis, Rashida Jones, Ben, Chrissy, Barris, Joya, Lena Waithe, TV Trailer, Kenya Barris


Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Final Trailer Sets April Release Date

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 final trailer sets April release date Netflix has released the final trailer for their upcoming anime series Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, which hails from Kenji Kamiyama and Shinji Aramaki. Based on the long-running manga franchise and anime series that ran on-air for two seasons from 2002-2005, the new installment will be available for streaming on April 23. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Nightmare of the Wolf: The Witcher Anime Film in the W...
Tags: Video, Japan, TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Scarlett Johansson, Shell, Wolf, Batou, ComingSoon, Masamune Shirow, Atsuko Tanaka, Togusa, Kenji Kamiyama


Lounging Around with Laid-Back Camp’s Yoshiaki Kyogoku

© afro,HOUBUNSHA/Yurucamp Partners © afro,HOUBUNSHA/Yurucamp Committee During Otakon 2019, I had the opportunity to sit back and talk with Yoshiaki Kyogoku, who recently made his directorial debut with Laid-Back Camp . He's worked in many different roles in the anime industry on some very popular titles, and made the most of his experiences to fully realize Afro's original Laid-Back Camp manga in animated form. As one might expect, Kyogoku was pretty laid back himself — professional bu...
Tags: Ink, Tokyo, Anime, Shell, Nadeshiko, Otakon, Kamiyama, Yamanashi, Kenji Kamiyama, Kyogoku, Laid-Back Camp, Otakon 2019, Encouragement of Climb, Yoshiaki Kyogoku, HOUBUNSHA Yurucamp Partners, HOUBUNSHA Yurucamp Committee


Ani-Gamers Podcast #106 – Super Smash Boys

We recorded this episode way back when Super Smash Bros. Ultimate came out but Evan’s holiday travel pushed it back a bunch! In this episode, Evan and David convene to fight each other in Smash (guess who won) and discuss the latest entry in Nintendo’s crossover party/fighting game. In the news segment, the hosts cover the announcement of the Saint Seiya CG series and Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama’s Ghost in the Shell CG series, and for the audience questions they discuss etiquette when in...
Tags: Video Games, David, Netflix, Nintendo, Super Smash Bros, Anime, Shell, Evan, Ghost in the Shell, Evan Minto, Ani Gamers, SEIYA, Nintendo Switch, Anime USA, Kenji Kamiyama, Evan David Evan


A New ‘Ghost in the Shell’ Anime is Coming to Netflix in 2020

While the rest of Hollywood is scrambling to adapt as many anime into live-action movies as possible, Netflix is starting to go the opposite route. Sure, they have to answer for that Death Note adaptation and possibly the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop series, but the streaming giant is getting some points with a new Ghost in the Shell anime series. Netflix is developing a new Ghost in the Shell anime series titled Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 that is set to hit the streaming service in 2020...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Scarlett Johansson, Anime, Hulu, Shell, Remakes, Appleseed, Action/Adventure, Kamiyama, Rupert Sanders, Ghost-in-the-Shell, Motoko Kusanagi


Netflix Is Getting Into the Ghost in the Shell Business

The week wouldn’t be complete if Netflix didn’t announce some kind of new, bombshell geek property coming to the service and oops, they did it again. And it’s Major.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Ghost in the Shell, Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki, Ghost In The Shell Sac_2045, Shell Business


The Double Directors of Ultraman and Blade Runner: Black Lotus

Before Land of the Lustrous , before Netflix’s conspicuous partnership with Polygon Pictures ( Knights of Sidonia , Ajin , Blame! ), before anime CG was a major part of the industry, there was Shinji Aramaki ( Appleseed , Space Pirate Captain Harlock ). He was far from the first CG director in Japan, but as one of the most prominent mechanical designers of the 1980s, his turn away from 2-D animation and toward the nascent digital world seemed a harbinger of things to come. One creator who ...
Tags: Japan, Netflix, Anime, North America, Conventions, Shell, Crunchyroll, Atlantic City NJ, Kamiyama, Evan Minto, Kenji Kamiyama, Aramaki, Shinji Aramaki, Shinji Aramaki Appleseed, Dai Sato, Harlock


Blade Runner Getting Adapted into a New Anime Series, Produced by Cowboy Bebop Animator Shinichiro Watanabe

You may remember, in the run-up to the theatrical release of Blade Runner 2049 last October, that three short prequels appeared on the internet. Black Out 2022 (above), the most discussed installment of that miniature trilogy, stood out both aesthetically and culturally: directed by famed Japanese animator Shinichiro Watanabe, it expanded the reality of Blade Runner through a form that has drawn so much from that universe over the previous 35 years. "I just want an animated bladerunner s...
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Netflix Reveals New Anime Programming Including Ultraman & More

Netflix Reveals new anime programming including Ultraman & more The ubiquitous streaming giant Netflix continues to push the boundaries of programming it offers on its platform. At the Anime Lineup Presentation in Tokyo this week, they gave a sneak peek at what viewers can expect in terms of Anime series in the coming year. Soon, viewers everywhere will be able to discover even more Anime movies and series made by from some of the best creators in the world, as well as a chance to revisit so...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Tokyo, Anime, Neflix, Ultraman, Athena, Shinji Ikari, Kaoru, SEIYA, Rilakkuma, Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki


AnimeNEXT 2018: We Have 3 Minutes to Save AnimeNext

  Since Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama seem to mostly be at AnimeNEXT to talk about their upcoming Ultraman project I figured I would make a color timer joke in honor of their visit. Once again I am attending AnimeNEXT in Atlantic City. As always AnimeNEXT has a good mixture of Japanese and American guests as well as … Continue reading AnimeNEXT 2018: We Have 3 Minutes to Save AnimeNext
Tags: Events, Atlantic City, Anime, Conventions, Kenji Kamiyama, AnimeNEXT, Shinji Aramaki


Japan’s Production I.G. Making New ‘Ghost In the Shell’ Anime

TOKYO – Not downhearted by the lackluster global response to Paramount’s live action adaptation of its cult animation, leading Japanese cartoon firm Production I.G. is to produce a new “Ghost In the Shell” anime. The directors are Kenji Kamiyama, who has worked on several installments of the “Ghost in the Shell” SF franchise, and Shinji... Read more »
Tags: Asia, Japan, News, Film, Global, Tokyo, Anime, Shell, Paramount, Ghost in the Shell, Production I.G, Kenji Kamiyama


Ancien and the Magic Tablet

I mentioned last year really wanting to see the movie Hirune Hime (seems that the official English title is now Ancien and the Magic Tablet), and here’s a review of the film over at Time Out Tokyo. Considering that it’s directed by Kenji Kamiyama, who was behind Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and Eden of the East, two series I quite like, I’m definitely in for this.
Tags: Travel, Review, Film, Anime, Shell, Ancien And The Magic Tablet, Hirune Hime, Kenji Kamiyama, Time Out Tokyo, Magic Tablet