The latest addition to the cast of Dreamworks' live-action adaptation of Ghost In The Shell is looking likely to be British actor Sam Riley (Control, Maleficent, Byzantium) who is in early talks to play the movie's villain, the Laughing Man, opposite Scarlett Johansson as Motoko...
Disappointed with the numerous Dragon Ball Z fan films and crowdfunded projects to date? Then this epic project from BlackSmokeFilms just might be what you're looking for. Check out the awesome new fan film, Dragon Ball Z: The Fall of Men.
Season 2 of the highly popular Terra Formars anime is on the way with a new director and animation studio which should result in a better finished product. Read on for the release date and additional details. Will Akari Hizamar, Michelle K. Davis and the rest of the crew survive Mars?
Reports are coming in that Pilou Asbaek (Lucy, Ben-Hur, the upcoming sixth season of Game Of Thrones) has been cast in Rupert Sanders' live action adaptation of classic manga/anime Ghost In The Shell. Apparently he'll play the male lead, Batou. More details past the jump.
The screenwriter of Straight Outta Compton will tackle Scarlett Johansson's live-action Ghost in the Shell film. Currently scheduled for release on March 31, 2017, filming is expected to commence in late-December/early-January. Could the film be another Edge of Tomorrow?
It seems directing duties on Fox's long-in-development adaptation of the Battle Angel Alita manga have been passed over to Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Machete, Spy Kids), though James Cameron remains on board as a producer. Click on for quotes from those involved...
It seems one apocalyptic future is enough for Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller. He will not be directing Akira for Warner Bros. "There was talk of it, but I've got so many things on my dance card, I don't have the time to do everything." But did Akira influence Fury Road?
The Guest director Adam Wingard's adaptation of Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's Death Note has found its leading man in the form of Paper Towns breakout star and one-time Spider-Man frontrunner, Natt Wolff. Click on for more...
Last week we found out that the Dark Knight director had a mystery Warner Bros. movie scheduled for 2017, and now a new rumor suggests he might be involved with a live-action Akira trilogy for the studio. Is there a chance he'll direct? Click on for more...
Hit the jump to view a new trailer and check out the awesome first poster for the second live action film based on the Attack On Titan franchise and there is lots of new footage to behold.
With the massive success that Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F had in theaters, FUNimation has now revealed in a new trailer when Dragon Ball fans can add the newest chapter in the Dragon Ball saga to their collections! Take the jump to check it out!
Fans of James O’Barr’s comic book series The Crow know a live action movie has been stuck in development for a while now. Now we’ve learned that wasn’t the only project left on the table. Turns out The Crow had an opportunity to become an anime series. Hit the jump to learn more.
FUNimation Entertainment has announced the official release dates for both parts of the Attack On Titan Live Action movie, and dropped a brand-new US trailer! Click the jump to check it out!
Dragon Ball does it again! Resurrection 'F' not only brings back super-baddie Frieza but makes the DBZ franchise current again connecting last year's Battle of Gods with an all-new series yet to air in the U.S. entitled Dragon Ball Super. (Recent reports have Super lacking in the animation department, but we will see how that progresses.)
That high pitch squeal you just heard was teenage girls everywhere expressing their joy, and excitement over news that Sony Pictures Animation will be producing an animated film starring The Emoji.
The new film in the upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh Franchise has gotten a lot of hype surrounding it. Well now we have our first look at the upcoming film to celebrate the franchises 20th anniversary. Want to see more? Come take a look.
In late 2014 it was announced that a new film in the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise was in development to celebrate the franchises 20th Anniversary. Since then details have been very scarce. Well now thanks to the creator of the original franchise Kazuki Takahashi we now have some info on the upcoming film. Come and take a look and find out what we know.
"What happens when a hero becomes TOO strong?" That's the very question the hilarious manga from ONE and Yuusuke Murata attempts to answer. Now, find out plans for the anime adaptation.
Considering Goku & Frieza's first battle was probably the best fight in the entire series, their upcoming rematch should be just as epic! Come check out a brand new clip from Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' featuring Frieza wasting no time at all as he powers up to take on Goku!
Does Dragon Ball Super stand a chance of being a good show? Will it fall into the same mistakes that GT made? Hit the jump to find out Huckfinnisher's thoughts on how to please the fans of the franchise.
After 18 years, Dragon Ball Z is alive and well. The highly anticipated anime premieres in Japan early next month, and you can check out the next chapter in the story of Son Goku and the Z-Fighters in the latest trailer for Dragon Ball Super right here.
The first full official domestic trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' has arrived and it is spectacular! Goku, Vegeta, and all of your favorite Z fighters are back to take on a newly revived Frieza and his notorious minions in a battle you won't soon forget! Come check it out!
George Miller originally envisioned a Mad Max: Fury Road prequel which would have focused on Charlize Theron's character, Imperator Furiosa. Obviously that didn't come together, but an anime version was also planned, and you can see how that would have looked right here...
The Titans go on a rampage and The Survey Corps head into action with their Three-Dimensional Maneuvering Gear. Based on the hit manga series from Hajime Isayama, live-action Attack on Titan movie releases Part 1 on August 1 and Part 2 on September 19.
A TV series adaptation of Hirohiko Araki’s long-running manga, “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure,” will be released on DVD in North America on July 28.