Next in line for Netflix’s live-action “Cowboy Bebop” teasers is a snapshot of a renowned showdown between one charismatic bounty hunter and his arch-nemesis.
“IYKYK”: Over the weekend, Netflix dropped teaser photos and videos of seminal moments from their remake of the cult-classic original anime series, including its opening sequence — accompanied by Yoko Kanno’s original track “Tank!” — and a still of John Cho as Spike Spiegel fighting against Alex Hassell as Vicious.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” star Simu Liu is set to voice the lead character for the English dub version of the upcoming Netflix anime film “Bright: Samurai Soul.”
Same universe: Based in the world of David Ayer’s 2017 Netflix movie “Bright,” starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, “Bright: Samurai Soul” is set in Japan during the end of the Shogunate and the beginning of the Meiji period, according to Deadline.
Music composers Don Perry and Bob Summers have recently rediscovered a CD that contains the “lost” original soundtracks they composed for the English dubbed version of “Sailor Moon.”
The details: The collection was released on Saturday by TF1945’s Sailor Moon Hub, a month-old YouTube channel devoted to the series. It also includes all of the sound effects that DIC Entertainment used for their English dubbed, North American release of the iconic anime “Sailor Moon,” We Got This Covered reported.
“Dragon Ball Z” fans can finally know the answer to the age-old question, “Can I train like a super Saiyan?”
Stacks on stacks: On Friday, Professor Yutaka Hirata from the Department of Robotic Science and Technology at Chubu University answered how high gravity would affect you, if it would make you stronger and what’s the best way you could train without breaking every bone in your body, according to the official Dragon Ball website.
Three Olympic athletes surprised many “One Piece” fans after striking poses of two famous Straw Hat members at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
New Nakama: Miltiadis Tentoglou of Greece made a steamy entrance during the grand finals of the long jump on Aug. 2, according to Anime News Network.
Japanese filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda threw shade on a certain “great master of animation” for the portrayal of young women in films.
Not a fan: While Hosoda did not name who he was referring to, it sounded like he was criticizing famed director Hayao Miyazaki during his recent interview with the AFP.
Some Asian voice actors are lamenting how most anime voiceover jobs still go to white A-List artists who are already dominating voiceover work in feature film and television in the U.S.
Hope for better: Voiceover actors at anime entertainment company Funimation expressed in a recent interview with IndieWire that they are hoping there is still room for more Asian talent in the predominately white dubbing industry.
Netflix on Thursday released “Yasuke,” an anime series based on a real historical figure believed to be the first Black samurai.
The trailer, which was released on Monday and dubbed in English, shows Yasuke exhibiting his fighting skills against enemies who use swords, magical powers and mecha weapons.
Riding on the success of its 2020 anime show “Blood of Zeus,” Netflix will release 40 anime titles this year.
The streaming giant announced its plans on Saturday during the virtual animation expo AnimeJapan 2021, The Verge reported.
Keanu Reeves is set to both produce and star in an anime series and a live-action film based on “Brzrkr,” a new comic that he co-wrote and co-created.
ICYMI, we’re excited to announce @netflix will develop a live-action film based on BRZRKR, with Keanu Reeves set to star in and produce! An anime spinoff series, also based on the comic, is in the works as well! Learn more: https://t.co/3g8MHrhsQ1 pic.twitter.com/0xvQ5K4rsn
RE:Anime, the group behind many anime live-action trailers on YouTube has released a trailer for its upcoming “Naruto” web series.
The trailer for “Naruto Live Action: Climbing Silver” features an intense battle between four Hidden Leaf ninjas, Sarutobi Asuma, Nara Shikamaru, Kotetsu and Izumo, versus two Akatsuki members, Hidan and Kakuzu, who are both known to be immortals.
“Demon Slayer: The Movie: Mugen Train,” Japan’s most successful movie to date with a gross of 32.47 billion yen ($312 million) as of December 2020, is one of the few animated films that has been submitted for the 93rd Academy Awards in February.
The 2020 anime movie will join other well-known titles being considered for the Best Animated Feature category at the Oscars, including the 2020 Pixar film “Onward,” Netflix’s “Over the Moon” and Studio Ghibli’s “Earwig and the Witch,” according to The Wrap.