Anarchy Ensues In The New Trailer For DEATH NOTE: LIGHT Up The NEW World
Ohba Tsugumi's 2003-2006 Shueisha manga publication, Death Note, continues to consume its designated fanbase with anti-heroes and villains galore. Live action films are just the next phase at this juncture following its successful anime series offering, and with Kaneko Shusuke's 2006 picture already in the bag.
Set ten years after the events of the previous films, in 2016, society is afflicted with cyber-terrorism. The Death Note is a supernatural notebook that grants its user the power to kill simply by writing a person's name on its pages. Six different Death Notes fall to the human world, the maximum number of notes that can exist at once. In the midst of this, two new individuals inherit the DNA of Light Yagami and L and must play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse once again.