Because ‘Hollywood does not understand anime,’ RE:Anime releases full live-action ‘Naruto’ film on YouTube
RE:Anime, the production team behind a series of live-action Naruto videos on YouTube, has released a full 50-minute film called “Naruto, The Movie: Climbing Silver,” which features a mostly Asian American cast.
Epic live-action battles: The film, which was uploaded to the team’s YouTube channel on Friday, compiled all of the recent videos from their series and added new footage to complete the Hidan arc of the “Naruto: Shippuden” series, reported Geek Tyrant.
Fans are rallying behind RE:Anime Films to produce more live-action adaptations of the popular manga/anime“Naruto Shippuden.”
Director Osamu Kobayashi, known for hit anime including “Naruto Shippuden” and “BECK,” has passed away at 57.
Kobayashi’s Twitter shared the famed anime director died on April 17 after struggling with kidney cancer for two years, according to Anime News Network.
Pamela Jiles, 60, a journalist-turned-lawmaker who went viral last year for doing the “Naruto run,” is reportedly leading Chile’s presidential election poll.
The Latin American Strategic Center for Geopolitics (CELAG) interviewed 2,007 people by telephone in March. Among all the candidates included in the presidential opinion poll, Jiles is in the lead at 18%, according to Anime News Network.
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.
An Amazon user left everyone in stitches after sharing a story on how they bought a large number of sex toys as part of their “Naruto” cosplay. Disclaimer, the item is of NSFW content.
The GRAND CHARIOT Hokuto Shichisei 135° resort is now offering Naruto-themed villas for those who want to experience “glamping” with the characters of the popular manga and anime.
The villas come with Naruto-style decor inside, including throw pillows carrying the insignia of the Hidden Leaf Village (Konohagakure), the Uzumaki Clan and the Uchiha Clan, according to Crunchyroll.
Among the many amazing moves Naruto popularized in both manga and anime, it is perhaps the rather silly-looking way that he runs that has fascinated anime fans the most.
Known by fans as the “Naruto Run,” the technique involves bending slightly forward while keeping the arms behind the back, allowing ninjas to run at faster speeds. For many of us who have been using our arms to pump us forward while running, the Naruto Run does look a bit ridiculous.
Uzumaki Naruto, Hatake Kakashi and Uchiha Itachi have invaded Coach’s boutique store in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as a promotion for the Coach x Michael B Jordan “Naruto” Collection.
Facebook user Keikichi Irashi shared photos from the busy Bukit Bintang intersection on Monday, World of Buzz reported.
Naruto is taking center stage in Michael B. Jordan’s exclusive fashion collection with Coach.
The actor-producer recently unveiled his collaboration with fashion company Coach and the biggest design inspiration apparently comes from Japanese manga series Naruto. The franchise, which is also a global phenomenon of an anime series, was Jordan’s favorite while growing up.
After teasing the Sakura edition of the “Naruto” x Adidas collaboration sneakers, another variant has popped up and it pays tribute to Team 7’s teacher, Hatake Kakashi.View this post on Instagram
After delivering a sneaker collection centered around the Dragon Ball Z franchise last year, Adidas is gearing up another surprise for sneakerheads who love anime.
This year, the popular apparel brand is reportedly collaborating with the beloved anime series, Naruto.