They are making a new Lupin the Third animated series! It’s the first time in three decades! We previously saw footage of the show, which looked cool. There’s more good news: the show’s opening credits look cool, too. Phew!
For the first time in thirty years, there’s a new Lupin the Third animated television series. So far, the show certainly seems promising.
Over the forty years since the Lupin The Third's debut, the characters have evolved. They're different! And that's expected.
Japan's legendary all-women theatrical company the Takarazuka Review is bringing Lupin The Third to the stage.
Lupin the Third is one of Japan's most iconic manga/anime characters, loved by millions. His second live-action movie adaptation opens on Saturday, and one of the first reviews for it is brutal.
This isn't the first Lupin The Third trailer, but it's the longest one to date. It also gives us a good look at the live-action version. Well, whaddaya think? Will it suck?
Here's the first trailer for the upcoming live-action Lupin the Third movie. The dramatic trailer music is a bit weird for an adaptation like this, but hey, the whole cast—and the iconic Fiat 500!—is visible in the trailer. The movie is slated to open on August 30 in Japan.
Some of the first images of upcoming Lupin anime spin-off Lupin the IIIrd: Daisuke Jigen's Gravestone have hit the web. And Lupin (above) has somewhat of a Big Boss thing going on. Not a bad look at all!
Lupin the Third is getting a live-action film. While Kotaku previously published an image of lead actor Shun Oguriin his Lupin costume, earlier today full cast photos were released. Let's have a look!
Well, this might be the best Japanese town then, no?
Popular Korean group Crayon Pop gets flak for its alleged costume knocks-offs. And now some are wondering if the group's newest single, "Lonely Christmas," doesn't rip off the theme song for anime Lupin III.
There's a live-action Lupin the Third movie being made in Japan. Master thief Lupin is being played by Japanese actor Shun Oguri. Here's what is being called the first look at him in costume.
The Japanese movie industry is turning beloved manga and anime Lupin the Third into a live-action feature film. How thrilling. Or nerve-racking. Or both!
Screw warm fuzzy feelings. I'm sick of them! Aside from the momentarily blips of hope on the anime radar, the moé aesthetic has dominated…