Brand new trailer for Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 bound for Netflix has hit the interwebs and it carries with it a load of information.Continue reading New Ghost In The Shell Trailer Reveals All
Now here’s something that’s pretty cool, it’s a video showing the history of Ghost In The Shell, from its manga roots through to anime, games and the upcoming live action adaptation film. There’s a whole heap of content condensed into just over 4 minutes and it’s a great watch for fans to relive the history and for newcomers to acquaint themselves with. Which category do you fall into? Have a look at the video below and see how much you remember.
Here’s a new trailer for the live action adaptation of Ghost In The Shell. The trailer is from Superbowl LI and shows some new footage at the start before showing another trailer with footage already seen but, you know, it still looks good. I know this movie has quite a few haters and doubters and for good reason but I’ll hold judgement and won’t read any reviews until I see it myself.
We’ve seen teasers in the past and a recent blink and you’ll miss trailer giving us our first look at Scarlett Johansson as The Major in the upcoming live adaptation of cult classic series, Ghost In The Shell. But here’s the first full length official trailer giving us more than a glimpse and showing us a lot more. Anyone familar with the series, Stand Alone Complex, will recognise the scenes from the trailer and I have to say…it looks pretty good so far.
Here’s a very, very quick first look at Scarlett Johansson as Major Kusanagi in the live action film version of Ghost In The Shell. It’s only a 13 second clip but it shows the Major as being invisible before totally uppercutting some bad guy. Looks amazingly badass!
Here’s the first handful of mini trailers to be released for the upcoming live action adaptation of Ghost In The Shell starring Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche and Michael Pitt.
When I say mini trailers, they’re literally mini. There are five trailers with each one running for around ten seconds. It gives you your first look at Scarlett as Motoko Kusanagi as well as a peek into the aesthetic of the film. Instead of posting each trailer separately, here’s a playlist with each trailer.
I don’t normally get too political on Japandaman.com but something has flared up recently that I need to have my two cents. The issue I’m referring to is it seems a lot of people aren’t happy with the casting of Scarlett Johansson in the lead role of Motoko Kusanagi for the Hollywood live action adaptation of Ghost In The Shell. Now granted that this series is an absolute cult phenomenon and even before the 2 season series and the recent new releases, the manga and the original movie are regarded as being absolute classics.
I for one am of the firm belief that even if the casting had gone with an Asian actress, people would still have their arms up in the air with the choice of actress, in that it wasn’t the actress they wanted. This goes beyond the whitewashing and into feverish fandom that often plagues these productions and classic fan favourites. Not taking anything away from whitewashing which is a real issue. So it’s with this mind that I found the following video from YouTuber, That Japanese Man Yuta, particularly interesting to see what the Japanese public thought of the casting decision.
Interesting and varied reactions, right? I’d love to hear your thoughts on the casting, the video or both.
Here’s another look at the new movie coming out for the revival of a cult classic series, Ghost in the Shell. This is the trailer for the latest entry for the prequel, Ghost in the Shell: Arise – border:3 Ghost Tears. The film will be landing in Japanese cinemas on June 28.
Following the passing of Tomoyuki Dan, the role of Ishikawa will be taken up by Shunsuke Sakuya.
The Ghost in the Shell ARISE border: less project was an incentive to allow 5 young Japanese film makers to produce short films inspired by the cult classic series and the new anime movies. The films were screened for the first time on March 28th at the Toho Cinemas Nihonbashi in Tokyo.
The five films were recently posted online to YouTube, you can check out the different visions shown by the film makers below.
(03:19) directed by Yoshihito Sasaguchi with Katsuyuki Motohiro as the general director
(08：22) directed by Junta Yamaguchi
(03：30) directed by Shintaro Ono
“Shimamura Yuki wa Tanaka Kenji wo Wasurenai”
(Yuki Shimamuwa won’t forget about Kenji Tanaka)
(10：01) directed by Daisuke Yamaoka
(02：52) directed by Kaori Umewaki
Hard to believe but cult classic series, Ghost in the Shell, is turning 25 this year. To celebrate the impact it’s had on the industry, a new site has opened up celebrating the series on its 25th anniversary. You can take a look at the site here.
There’s a few new releases from the GiTS universe, those being an eBook, slated for release on June 20th which will ship with the 3rd volume of the Arise – Sleepless Eye manga, 1 of Stand Alone Complex – Laughing Man and 6 and 7 of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – Tachikoma na Hibi.