If you don’t know what Attack on Titan is, it’s basically genetically made giants attacking (eating, devouring) human civilization and humans trying to survive the carnage. Very much like this:
I think you need a dental floss. Photo Credit.
Written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, this series has been made more popular by its anime adaptation. The series is full of great action and gruesome imagery, butchery if you will, and it became very successful across the globe. So naturally, Hollywood would attempt to give the series a Western spin (Cash! Cash! Cash!).
Warner Bros Attack on Titan movie
I really don’t know how this will turn out specially with how poor Hollywood has treated past anime adaptions into live actions (Dragon Ball, et al.) but I guess it can top this monstrosity:
Hugh Hefner scouting another playboy playmate. Photo Credit.
The second season of Attack on Titan (anime), which has been a long time coming, will finally debut in April 2017.
Word is out that although WB has promised a much darker and edgier alternative to its Marvel counterpart, Batman V Superman and The Suicide Squad have failed to live to its billing according to critics, who continuously pan out the films that WB produce.
And now more trouble is coming. Rumors are swirling that the new Justice League- which will finally feature DC’s answer to the Avengers with power superhero cast such as Superman, Batman, Wonderwoman, Flash, Aqua Man and Cyborg – is a mess.
There are hints that the movie is suffering from plot and general coherence, something that has bugged the previous films as well, and which has called for fans asking WB to sack Zach Snyder as its director (Zach for his part has directed the new Superman movies). And not only that, it seems to have also affected the upcoming stand alone Ben Affleck-directed Batman movie (who’ll also act on the role). Sources are saying that the slated Spring filming has been moved back to Summer.
Ben too hasn’t been too keen on doing it either, in answer to a question about his plans to direct: “That’s the idea. But it’s not a set thing and there’s no script. If it doesn’t come together in a way, I think it’s really great I’m not going to do it.” (via movieweb.com)
As for the Justice League, we have teaser trailers to keep us excited, but as far as the Suicide Squad goes, which gave us good trailers, we still have to wait how the movie actually looks like when it hits theaters on November 17.
(I have to note that I liked the Suicide Squad movie no matter what).
DC and Warner Bros. has just dropped this to excite fans!
The new Wonder Woman trailer is out now
Also, new comic for tomorrow, so watch out for that as well. Link: Night Edge