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A Live-Action Evangelion Movie Could Look Like This

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Screenshot: OPPO
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This is not a live-action Evangelion movie. I repeat. It’s not. Rather, this is an ad for an OPPO Ace 2 smartphone that’s been emblazoned with Eva.

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The CG is quite good and has a Shin Godzilla vibe. This does show that, yes, a live-action Evangelion movie could be possible.

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Watch the full spot below.

But whether or not creator Hideki Anno actually greenlights one (or has the time to!) or whether the ultimate adaptation is any good is another matter. 

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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It made me remember about a cgi short that came out a few years ago:

I think I looks quite good even today.