Showing posts from April, 2017

TOKYO GHOUL Teases Duality In The Latest Official Poster

In keeping up with the spirit of live-action adaptation overload, actor Kubota Masataka is the latest addition to the list of those heading a film of his own with the new movie, Tokyo Ghoul. Directed by Hagiwara Kentaro, the film takes its cues from Ishida Sui's 2011 horror manga and subsequent anime and is set to release on July 29 from Shochiku, as indicated by the most recent poster now making the rounds.

The artwork comes following the above teaser recent earlier this month nodding at the story of Kankei Ken, a University student whose near-fatal close call with a human-eating ghoul transforms him into a half-human ghoul himself, drawing him into a world that exists beneath the normal veneer. Actress Shimizu Fumika in her final role before retiring plays Kirishima Touka, the young woman who reluctantly aids Kankei and helps him adapt to his new life and his newfound abilities.

The teaser itself has drawn some great responses and I'm still yet to familiarize myself with th…

Sofia Boutella Is In Talks For Residency In Futuristic Actioner, HOTEL ARTEMIS

Cannes is only three weeks away from when Lionsgate will introduce its goods to buyers, which will also include Iron Man 3 scribe Drew Pearce's debut directorial offering, Hotel Artemis. The film has Pearce directing from his own script with actress Jodie Foster leading the film set in a futuristic Los Angeles where the head nurse of a secret medical facility for elite criminals which comes under attack.
Thus, given the latest report from Variety, it's not yet clear where actress Sofia Boutella could fit into all this but the word now is that she is in talks for a role of her own joining foster and actor Dave Bautista. Boutella's running high from a terrific line of credits including Kingsman: The Secret Service and Star Trek: Beyond, has an eventful summer heading in her direction with Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy on June 9, and David Leitch's Atomic Blonde on July 28.
Marc Platt (La La Land) is producing Hotel Artemis with Adam Siegel and The Ink Factory's own S…

LOGAN Is Coming To Theaters In Black And White On May 16

Last month can certainly be marked as one of the more resonant moments in comic book movie history, and specifically with regard to Logan from director James Mangold. Not merely following the R-rated formula per Deadpool for the sake of trendiness, the film delivered an otherwise concentrated, focused and intense story that ultimately delivered the violent brutality that's been long-awaited in the Marvel superhero's screentime for the first time in nearly seventeen years.

By that turn, it also carried over its own timeline as things branched out from Bryan Singer's Days Of Future Past adaptation, thus allowing Mangold's own exploration of the character capitalizing on its popularity continued in print with Marvel's Secret Wars. And not for nothing either with many critics complimenting the movie from its riproaring festival debut in Berlin to its rollout via 20th Century Fox. Our own Khalil Barnett weighed in on the matter in several ways describing it thus, in par…

YA Novel Film Adaptation, SUPERMAN VS. THE KKK, Is In Development

If there were ever a time for superheroes to strike a blow for racial equality on the big screen, I think now is as good a time as any and with word of a new book adaptation now the works from Lotus Entertainment and PaperChase Films. This latest update regards the 2012 YA novel, "Superman Versus The Ku Klux Klan: The True Story of How the Iconic Superhero Battled the Men of Hate", from author Rick Bowers, from which Katherine Lindberg will adapt the screenplay for Lotus and PaperChase, and financier and executive producer Marco Vicini.

The film in question, Superman Vs. The KKK, will take its cues from the renowned DC property's heyday as a radio show starting in 1940, wherein the film will reportedly focus its plot set in 1946 with a former Klansman who goes undercover and works with the Anti-Defamation League and the producer of the Superman radio show. Per Deadline: “The themes of this true story fall right in line with the type of stories that inspired me to want t…

The Epic Gang Saga Continues In The First Teaser For HiGH&LOW THE MOVIE 2: END OF SKY

I couldn't tell you much about LDH and NTV or their innerworkings on any given day, except for what little I know of Japanese supergroup Exile Tribe and their stunning reign in TV and film as of late 2015 with in-house megaproject, HiGH&LOW. It's only been available in Japan with its first two seasons of HiGH&LOW: The Story Of S.W.O.R.D. featuring the brewing drama and explosive action as gangs and crime families battle each other for dominance in a town divided by five warring territories.
Apart from live concerts and events (the music itself kicks ass too), the saga ultimately led to last summer's feature film debut with Kubo Shigeaki's HiGH&LOW: The Movie, followed by its subsequent spin-off, HiGH&LOW: The Red Rain from Yamaguchi Yudai, and now Shochiku is poised to follow up on its trilogy with two more titles between August 19 and November. For this, the first short teaser for HiGH&LOW THE MOVIE 2: End Of Sky has arrived with HiGH&LOW THE MO…

The Cat Is The Real Star In The Official Trailer For NEKO NINJA

So. What's a ninja to do when he comes across what a cat he believes is his father?

...Yeah, I've got nothing either. But that's the question facing a young ninja played by Ohno Takuro in Neko Ninja which opens on May 20 in Japan from AMG. Enter Watanabe Takeshi once more for this latest round of feline-centric action and comedy in the wake of successes like the Samurai Cat tvk drama in 2013 and the two subsequent films that followed - the second which he directed. Kagerota, a young ninja of the Kiryu family, has lived without feeling affection. His father Kenzan is a legendary red-nosed ninja. Kagerota parted from Kenzan at the age of 10 and loses all contact with his father.One day, Kagerota goes to the city of Edo with his fellow ninja for a mission. It is an easy task of stealing a special golden fish from a Daimyo Yashiki house. Kagerota sneaks into the house successfully. Just when he leaves with the fish, Kagerota feels a creature’s presence close by him. I…

LEGEND OF THE NAGA PEARLS Spawns A Trailer For Lei Yang's Fantasy Adventure

Debut filmmaker Lei Yang is making his entry into the Chinese fantasy fray in the new adventure, Legend Of The Naga Pearls. The latest trailer is here and ripe with plenty of visual spectacle to muster interest among fans with Darren Wang and Crystal Zhang leading the tale of a prince, a street punk and a winged detective who set out to recover powerful mystical pearls from an evil royal.

Also staring are Simon Yam along with Shi Yanneng, Louis Fan and Jiang Luxia for the added flavor of action talent as we await this one pending its China release on August 4. Check out the trailer.

MY NAME IS LENNY Gets Bloody And Brutal In The First Trailer For The British Brawler Biopic

Director Ron Scalpello's new movie takes you into the world of underground boxing in the eyes of London's once-living most notorious hard man in the new film, My Name Is Lenny. A quick lookup drew me to some interesting facts about plans for this particular film centered on the life and times of street fighter Lenny McLean which otherwise now has actor Josh Helman (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men: Apocalypse), fully immersed and in character. Explosive and brutal, My Name Is Lenny is based on the true story of Britain's most notorious bareknuckle fighter: Lenny McLean (Josh Helman, Mad Max: Fury Road). A known associate of The Krays, Charles Bronson and Ronnie Biggs, Lenny was an East End icon, bouncer and enforcer at the centre of the unlicensed boxing world. Welcome to the no-holds-barred epic portrayal of his life, from a troubled and violent childhood to his early fighting years, exploring his loving but volatile relationships and bitter rivalry with Roy Shaw (UFC Middleweigh…

Vine Beefs Up With Acqusition Of Manchester Film Library

Vine Alternative Investments (“Vine”) has announced its second transaction this month with the acquisition of Manchester Library Company LLC (“Manchester”). The deal gives Vine a diverse slate of 30 theatrically released films which generated approximately $1.5 billion in worldwide box office receipts and includes notable films such as Limitless, Immortals, The Fighter, Dear John and The Strangers. The acquisition complements Vine’s portfolio of library assets and follows its April 2017 acquisition of a controlling interest in Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (VREG). 
Stated Jim Moore, CEO of Vine: “The Manchester transaction reinforces Vine’s strategy to leverage and parlay our expertise in managing and owning scalable entertainment assets. This library has the right blend of genres, rights opportunities and evergreen appeal that fits within our asset program.”

Moore also assumed the title of Chairman, VREG earlier this month.

As part of the catalogue, Manchester holds the Rogue…

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD - BLACK AND CHROME: Watch The Promo For The One-Day U.K. Re-Release

To date, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road stands as one of the most continually stimulating films to date. Thus, its future franchise prospects notwithstanding, the film's critical and commercial success have since allowed for Miller and the studio to pitch a version of the film in Black And Chrome for an alternative delivery in coloring and display.
That version now has DVD and Blu-Ray availability in the U.S. while Warner Bros Pictures is gracing fans of the film in the U.K. with a one day Black And Chrome screening on Sunday, April 30. That leaves a few days for U.K. residents to check their local listings for locations and showtimes to watch as Tom Hardy's Max and Charlize one-armed Furiosa fight to defend a group of desperate slave wives from an army of occult soldiers and a dying Citadel led by tyrannical warlord Immortan Joe, played by none other than iconic Mad Max villain icon, actor Hugh Keays-Byrne.
Check out the promo below!

Muay Thai Prison Thriller, A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN, Lands At Altitude For The U.K.

Following its North American acquisition by A24 at EFM, pre-Cannes news is now stirring with word that Altitude has scooped up the U.K. rights for upcoming martial arts action drama, A Prayer Before Dawn. Jean-Stephane Sauvaire directed the film which is slated for the Midnight Screenings segment at Cannes next month.
In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore — jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious “Bangkok Hilton.” Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. Filmed in a real Thai prison, Peaky Blinders and Green Room actor Joe Cole leads the Muay Thai boxing drama which takes its cues from author Billy Moore's own 2014 book of the same name. The film will mark Sauvaire's…

JOJO'S BIZZARE ADVENTURE: DIAMOND IS UNBREAKABLE: Things Get Even More Bizzare And Deadly In The Official Trailer!

My own anime intake still has a lot to cover and especially with the world author Araki Hirohiko built within the chapters of the hit manga property, Jojo's Bizzare Adventure. The same could be said for director Miike Takashi who hasn't run short on manga adaptations this year, and especially with some of the content he's delved into for his Summer offering, Jojo's Bizzare Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable.
Thus, what we get in the brand new trailer now live as of Wednesday doesn't look like the film will cover much, although the arc itself, as explored in the subsequent anime, is surely an intense one; The film bookmarks just the latest chapter in the Jojo's Bizzare Adventure, immersing you in the quiet town of Morioh where we meet Higashikata Josuke, a gifted Stand user whose  abilities, embodied by Crazy Diamond, include repairing broken items and healing injuries other than his own.
As the story moves forward, Higashikata, in the course of his own self-discov…

Military Spy Action Drama, STRIKE BACK, Commences Principal Photography For Season Five Reboot

After ending its four season run on Cinemax in the Summer of 2015, my guess was as good as anyone else's on what would become of the hit Cinemax/Sky series, Strike Back, if anything. Actors Sullivan Stapleton and Phillip Winchester led the show in its evolution as one of the most widely received military spy dramas to date and with uncertainty in the midst late last year, news broke last December of the show's reboot with a fresh new cast roster, character breakdowns and possible story details.
That reboot is officially taking shape as of the last several days and with Wednesday marking the first photo reveal of all four new Section 20 agents: Warren Brown ("Luther," "The Dark Knight Rises") as "Mac" McAllister, Daniel MacPherson ("Infini") as Samuel Wyatt, Roxanne McKee ("Game of Thrones," "Crossfire") as Natalie Reynolds and Alin Sumarwata ("Burning Man") as Gracie Novinas. Also joining the cast for produ…

Chris Morgan, Voltage To Produce Revenge Thriller Spec, THE PRODIGAL

Writer Chris Morgan seems to be having a great run this season with the current billion dollar success of his latest script entry into Universal's Fast saga, The Fate Of The Furious. It certainly helped in nearly attaching him to the studio's current development of a spin-off with two of the franchise's co-stars and now we're learning that Morgan is part of another venture with Voltage Pictures.

The news at Deadline regards Luke Paradise's speculative script for The Prodigal, an action title now moving forward with a story centered as a modern revenge tale about a soldier's return home and his subsequent inquiry surrounding his brother's mysterious death. Morgan will produce with development head Ainsley Davies at Chris Morgan Productions, next to Voltage's Alissa Phillips and Nicolas Chartier producing and Jonathan Deckter executive producing.

Morgan, who has been with the Fast saga since The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift, has several projects be…

ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENICE: Bruce Willis Leads The Chase In The Latest Trailer For The Action Comedy

Seven years after the 2010 cop comedy, Cop Out, scribes Robb and Mark Cullen have reteamed with actor Bruce Willis for their latest debut helmer, Once Upon A Time In Venice. The film is poised for a June 16 release on VoD and with a trailer already circulating, it's a worthwhile glimpse into something that looks a lot more vibrant for a Willis headliner.
It probably has much ado with the presence of actor Jason Momoa (Justice League, Aquaman) on the official artwork, providing the big name status cast a film like this needed to move forward. Here he plays one of the major hurdles that await Willis, in the role of a Los Angeles P.I. on the eve of a comeback, now afoot with a smorgasbord of crooks and gangsters in his wake as he searches for his stolen dog.
The key cast also includes the venerable Famke Janssen and John Goodman along with Thomas Middleditch and Adam Goldberg. Catch the trailer now from Front Row Filmed Entertainment.

XYZ Films Picks Up Cambodian Martial Arts Comedy, JAILBREAK

It was only a matter of time before we heard more from the happenings over at Kongchak Pictures who have been hitting the festival pavement this year for the new action comedy, Jailbreak. The film, directed by Jimmy Henderson and produced by Loy Te, made waves over at Hong Kong FilMart where it nabbed distribution in Korea following its local Cambodian release in January, and has since screened for attendees at the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy in the past week.
The film stars martial arts exponents, actors Jean-Paul Ly, Dara Our and actress Tharothoum Sam, actor Savin Philip and debut feature film actress Céline Tran in the story of a tactical police escort unit who find themselves trapped inside a prison and forced to protect a notorious key witness from the deadly onslaught of inmates and the murderous Butterfly Gang who have descended from outside. Featuring action sequences choreographed by Ly with brilliant lensing by Godefroy Ryckewaert, the film has stood resonant am…

GEMINI MAN Courts Will Smith To Star

Darren Lemke's pitch for assassin thriller, Gemini Man has been in a development slump for twenty years before news finally picked up last Friday. Thus, with the film ultimately landing at Skydance and acclaimed director Ang Lee possibly game to helm the pic, it looks like the film could have its star.

Leave that for actor Will Smith to decide per the latest report from THR as he's being courted to play an aging assassin forced back in the game when he's pitted against a version of himself 25 years younger and in his prime. The studio is much more keen on the film's possibility through the advancement of technology used to replicate actor's faces as seen in films like Captain America: Civil War and The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button.
Lee will be joined by Jerry Bruckheimer who will produce with Don Murphy executive producing. Smith, in the wake of his appearance in the hit DC adaptation of Suicide Squad, recently completed David Ayer's forthcoming Netflix exc…

Well Go USA Announces Its Summer Rollout For Ringo Lam's SKY ON FIRE

Following their announcement of Dante Lam's 2016 hit film, Operation Mekong, U.S. distributor Well Go USA is also announcing their presentation of Ringo Lam's latest, Sky On Fire. This one had its share of mixed reactions upon its release last November but still bodes as a fan favorite for those keen on actor Daniel Wu who leads the film on top of his current momentum on the small screen.
The official artwork can be seen below as well as the announcement. Watch this space for pre-order information.
Legendary filmmaker Ringo Lam (City on Fire, Full Alert) returns to his Hong Kong roots with SKY ON FIRE, the explosive crime drama packed with high-speed car chases, dramatic plot twists and fiery gunfights. The film also marks Daniel Wu’s return to Asian cinema following his stateside success on the TV series “Into the Badlands” and the international blockbuster Warcraft: The Beginning. Wu plays a security officer who becomes embroiled in an epic battle to protect stem cell resear…

Check Out Two Cannes Promos For Miike Takashi's BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL

I suppose what bugs me most is that there's yet to be any decent poster art going online except for the same mobile viewing of the official home webpage for Miike Takashi's Blade Of The Immortal. The trailers and TV spots have all proven awesome though as the film looks amply solid as one might hope, and especially thanks in part to J-rocker MIYAVI's added touch.
As such, Cannes attendees can expect to catch the film next month for its forthcoming out-of-competition screening, as posed by Warner Bros. Japan with two short TV promos for the film which opens this Friday. The film is inspired by Samura Hiroaki's famed manga with Kimura Takuya and Sugisaki Hana leading the tale of a martial arts school heiress and her quest for vengeance with the help of an afflicted, immortal samurai with his own intentions.
CJ Entertainment, who was also reportedly involved in the film's early production stages, has also backed the film thus granting it releases in several territories…


The season two premiere of the hit AMC Network series, Into The Badlands, was a homerun hit becoming the #1 returning show thusfar with 4.5 million viewers back in March. It's a milestone well-deserved after launching its six episode run back in 2015 from creators Al Gough and Miles Millar, and with ratings otherwise holding steady, much to the delight of fans, the show is officially poised for another round of epic drama and martial arts action.
Per the announcement:
Midway through its current second season, “Into the Badlands” is averaging 3.6 million viewers per episode, including 2.1 million adults 25-54 in Nielsen Live+3 ratings. In the current television season, the series ranks as the #4 scripted drama on cable and the #4 returning drama, behind “The Walking Dead,” “American Horror Story” and “Fear the Walking Dead.”“‘Into the Badlands’ looks like nothing else on television, a literal high-wire act attracting passionate and dedicated fans by the millions,” said Charlie Colli…

Peep The International Artwork For Jung Byoung-Gil's New Action Thriller, THE VILLAINESS

Actress Kim Ok-Vin is currently poised to claim her spotlight at Cannes next month. Styled somewhat in the vein of La Femme Nikita, her newest starring venture, The Villainess, is well on the way toward a Midnight screening in May following its announcement earlier this month and with her own hapkido and taekwondo training in mind, a role well-suited in the hands of Confession Of Murder helmer, Seoul Action School's own Jung Byoung-Gil. Sook-hee, who was raised as a killer, has her revenge on unidentified men who murdered her husband. However, as she exits, she loses her consciousness and is brought to National Intelligence Service. NIS suggests her to live as a secret agent with new identity as Yeon-soo for confidential missions. At first, she refuses but as she notices her pregnancy, she decides to take the job. She gets fond of her new life as she meets Hyun-soo and dreams of forming a new family. On their wedding, Yeon-soo gets a new mission and it shakes everything.The film&#…

KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE Ups The Ante In The First Official Teaser Trailer

Following suit from its graphic novel roots in 2015, Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service offered a feasible entrée of stimulating spy lore with actor Taron Egerton front and center. It piled on with all sorts of secret agent tropes and wit, intrigue, comedy and mystery, bookended by solid action and with one of the most memorable displays of violent cinematic action one could endulge.
We also got characters we could sympathize with, further drawing in the interest of where our story would go for those of us unengaged with the initial source material. Well, in the good standing of fans and with the intention to selling the hell out of tickets come this Fall, our select cast members have returned with a roster of new faces for Vaughn's latest sequel offering with Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and the first official teaser trailer is here as of late Monday. “Kingsman: The Secret Service" introduced the world to Kingsman - an independent, international intelligence age…

AJIN: DEMI-HUMAN: Satoh Takeru Awakens To Terror In The First Action-Packed Teaser For The Live-Action Adaptation

Sakurai Gaimon's 2012 sci-fi action horror manga publication, Ajin: Demi Human, has a lot to its current story arsenal. How Bayside Shakedown film series and Shaolin Girl helmer Motohiro Katsuyuki is weaving it all together for its forthcoming feature film adaptation remains to be seen but right now, the teaser is something that needs to be seen to be believed, because it's looks too awesome.
For the unengaged, however, take into mind the presence of actor Satoh Takeru, known prolifically for helping bring to life Otomo Keishi's Rurouni Kenshin trilogy, now staking his claim as medical intern Nagai Kei, who is stricken by a car and presumably killed until he wakes up almost immediately and discovers himself to be one of many unknown hosts of an inexplicable translucent entity known as Ajin, mysterious creatures who have already made grim headlines around the world.
Imbued with untested, supernatural abilities - including possible immortality, it's a grim twist that ul…

THE HIT LIST: April 24, 2017

Well, I spent most of my weekend relaxing as much as possible after covering what I could on Saturday. That includes my second interview with actor/producer/director Alexander Nevsky which you can check out here...

...on top of covering this week's picks and entries for the Hit List now online and ready to go with a stunt reel playlist that brings us Luis Vallardes, John Cihangir, Amanda Voll, Don Gough, Jonathan Nickerson, Kyle Glenn, Ellette Craddock, Hans Marrero and an updated new stunt reel by Patrick King. Rounding out thd playlist is actor and martial artist, the one and only Gary Daniels with a tribute reel from last month by Tony Coates!

There isn't much to tease this week except two items: First, we now have an image which you can view below courtesy of filmmaker Trent Dickens, hard at work with the current production of crowdfunded shortfilm, Panda - basically the story of one guy's trippy night out, ensuing in one big, violent, dilapidated, drunken, high, fk…

OPERATION MEKONG Announces Its U.S. Summer Release!

Acclaimed director Dante Lam's 2016 action thriller, Operation Mekong, was not without it's share of interesting dialogue regarding its subject matter. Its ripped-from-the-headlines narrative centered on the 2011 incident that occurred along the Mekong river involving a criminal drug ring in Myanmar, otherwose serving as the premise for another hopeful entertaining hit at the box office.
And so it was as it became one of the highest grossing films in China at the time, and with North America in its sites, the film has officially landed at its new home at Well Go USA. Release dates are announced for May 2 on Digital HD, and on Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack & DVD on June 6 with the artwork seen just below. already had pre-orders up and running so have at it!
PLANO, TEXAS. (April 24, 2017) – “… for action film buffs, Christmas has come early” (Edmund Lee, South China Morning Post) when members of an international task force seek justice against the leader of an Asian dru…

Untitled Statham/Chasman Action Project Gets A Title

It's been a year and a half since we last heard on action star Jason Statham's prior attachment to a Hong Kong action film project. Given whatever may likely have changed or still may, gladly it still appears to be active by way of Road Pictures's newly announced production slate which lists a variety of titles in different genres slated for televised and theatrical production and release according to Screendaily.

That report now includes Straw, the title of said thriller currently being scripted by Kurt Wimmer which last had Statham written to play an ex-pat in Hong Kong joined by a female high-level Chinese operative to solve a kidnapping case with global implications. Statham and Chasman are still reportedly producing through their SJ banner with Road also involved.
Production was set for last Fall but should likely advance with the title still in circulation in the news. At any rate, fans still have plenty to look forward to with a forthcoming Fast And Furious spin-of…

Sono Sion's TOKYO VAMPIRE HOTEL To Unleash Hell This Summer For Amazon Prime In Japan

Amazon Prime Video subscribers in Japan can set the date for June 16 when intriguing film favorite, Why Don't You Play In Hell? and Tokyo Tribe helmer Sono Sion's latest original serial offering, Tokyo Vampire Hotel is broadcast live with all nine episodes. The official trailer also went live on Sunday which you can view just above and with its virility, the reactions online thusfar seem to be greatly approving.
The series follows Sono's protégé, actress Tomite Ami in the role of Manami, a young woman targeted amid Earth's takeover of the evil Corvin vampire tribe on the eve of her 22nd birthday. Upon her rescue by a mysterious and extraordinary heroine named K (Kaho) and with mankind's destruction looming, the epic story continues with a ragtag grouping of young men and women, some on a dating retreat, now trapped inside the lush Hotel Requiem whose eerie management promise safe haven from outside as long as their newfound prisoners continue to procreate more human…

THE MAJOR SALUTES: Catching Up With Actor And Filmmaker Alexander Nevsky

In case you're just tuning in, I've kind of been on a roll in the past week or more with interviews and largely due to the cast of the upcoming crime thriller, Black Rose. With the film less than a week away from its release, I've interviewed co-stars Matthias Hues and Kristanna Loken, and as of today, a new interview with its star and director, Alexander Nevsky in this following our interview last year in January.

He's got more films lined up and he discusses them accordingly as well in the text beneath, in addition to plans for a new book now well on the way to publication for health and fitness aficionados. Interestingly, he also hints at some possible prospects for the character he plays and that of others in the murder mystery millieu within Black Rose; you can read our latest review by clicking here while I humbly invite you to check out the previous interviews linked above with Hues, and especially Loken who delves considerably into her own involvement and inve…

GINTAMA Teases Origins, Heroes And Villains In A Brand New Live-Action Movie Teaser!

Warner Bros. Japan has had quite the full plate on its hands with several adaptations this year, one such being the upcoming release of director Fukuda Yuichi's treatment of Sorachi Hideaki's popular manga property, Gintama. If you're not at all familiar with the Shonen Jump publication, it does comes highly recommended by fans and especially those keen on the current-running anime who are now waiting the upcoming final season.
With that in mind, we now have our aforementioned Hentai Kamen 1 and 2 helmer's take om the property which has actor Oguri Shun spearheading our wacky sci-fi period action comedy set in an alternate Edo period in Japan where aliens have colonized, the samurai are obsolete, and extremist forces await their chance to seize control. For this, the latest short teaser has arrived with ample new footage following the first in December, further iterating the events from the top of the story right through to the Benizakura Arc with Oguri facing off with…

Today In Required Viewing...

....This handshake.

New movementA post shared by Chen Tiger (@tigerchenhu) on Apr 22, 2017 at 5:51am PDT

...This, on the set of Jesse Johnson's new movie, Triple Threat. Revel in it, kids!