Over the weekend Entertainment Weekly posted a story about the upcoming Fassbender-fueled Assassin’s Creed movie featuring the image above. The story was about—what does it matter? We’ve got everything we need to pass judgement right here.
Bakuman the movie is based on the manga of the same name by the creators of the popular Death Note manga series. The story is about two high school classmates who set off to become manga creators for Weekly Shonen Jump, the biggest name in the manga world. The movie is fantastic.
I don’t know why I expected otherwise...
A raunchy comedy about five boys incarcerated at a former all-girls school... And now they’re making a live-action version of it.
Bakuman, the manga about making manga is getting a live-action movie adaptation. Check out the trailer (with English subtitles).
Here’s a new trailer for the upcoming live-action Attack on Titan movie—this one gives us a closer look at the titans, and I think it’s safe to say the movie nails the horrifying giants.
They already had a live-action movie and a TV show, so I guess a stage adaptation was only a matter of time.
Netflix and Nintendo may be making a live-action Legend of Zelda television series. Not if we make it first!
No live-action stage spectacle covering the first story arc of the Naruto manga series would be complete without the brave boys and girls of Team Kurenai and Team Asuma. Now where's Akamaru?
Fighting filmmakers Epic Rivals teases its upcoming live-action Naruto short film, with the most perfect Tenten and Neji ever prepare to test their might.
Earlier this month we learned that there was a Naruto musical on the horizon here in Japan. Today, to coincide with Jump Festa 2015, we got a first look at the main cast in costume. And I'll be darned if they don't look the part.
The first Parasyte movie (first of 2) premiered last week and I went in hoping that I would be wrong. Long story short: I wasn't.
At the start of the new live-action Lupin III film, Fujiko, seeing one of her fellow thieves avoid a pressure-sensitive museum floor by using a rocket pack, utters, “You've got to be joking”—which is more than a little apt as it was exactly what I kept saying again and again over the next two hours and fifteen minutes.