Dragon Ball movies stopped having a plot a long time ago. If the trailer shown at San Diego Comic-Con today is anything to go off of, Dragon Ball Super: Broly won’t be any different.
Dragon Ball Super has ended its TV run, but no worries—the series’ next movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, is coming out in Japan before the end of the year.
Donnie Yen of Ip Man and Rogue One fame said the Sleeping Dogs movie no one’s heard anything about for some time is still in motion on social media yesterday.
Production has started for the Detective Pikachu movie. If you are wondering what the final film will look like, we don’t yet know. These set photos, however, might be hints at what to expect.
Nintendo is in talks to bring Mario back to Hollywood, according to a report today by the Wall Street Journal.
It’s just not a blockbuster comic book movie without blocky plastic recreations of pivotal scenes, courtesy of Lego.Check out three Justice League movie Lego sets coming in August, starring Stubble Affleck Batman, Sea Hobo Aquaman, Pizza Delivery Flash and other super friends.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’s first live action adaptation, directed by Takashi Miike, is set to open in Japan in August. Now, thanks to the film’s newest trailer, fans can see one of the things that makes this series truly unique: Stands.
A group of fans made a seriously elaborate live-action Overwatch short film. Created by Lupin Productions, it tells a dramatized version of Mercy’s backstory. While the grimdark tone and writing don’t quite land (in my opinion), it’s still an impressive production.
So Japan is making a live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie. Last year, a short teaser hit, and now, we have the first official trailers. Yes, trailers. Plural.
I know I sure didn’t earlier this week. But did you? If not, look closer, and maybe you can put your finger on it.
As previously reported, shooting wrapped up on the Fullmetal Alchemist feature film. And now, here’s the flick’s very first 30-second trailer.
Klonoa, Namco’s dream travelling cat with grippy ears thing who starred in several wonderful platformers for the PlayStation 1, 2, Wii and Game Boy Advance, has long been in need of an anime adaptation. Now it’s getting one, courtesy of anime production company Henshin, Inc.
Japan’s highest grossing film of 2015 is pretty silly. Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie, making its U.S. debut at a special Fathom Events theater showing this weekend, keeps the wacky humor of the television show rolling, even when the fate of the entire world is at stake.
Well, this looks very good.
Anime ReLIFE, which follows the story of a 27 year-old man who turned into a high school student thanks to a scientific experiment, is getting a live-action movie version. It’s slated for a 2017 release in Japan.
The highest grossing Japanese movie of 2015 is coming to North American theaters next month for an entire day! Level-5 and Eleven Arts are bringing the English version of the time-tripping first Yo-Kai Watch movie to select U.S. theaters on October 15.
If you’re gonna make us watch a minute and a half of children running around fake temples, you’ve got to give us a giant talking stone head. That was the deal with The Legends of the Hidden Temple game show, Nickelodeon, and it still stands.