Following the January release of the first half of the live action Gantz film series, its sequel Gantz: Perfect Answer is set to open in Japan on April 23, with a US date to follow. What's in store for protagonists Kei Kurono (Kazunari Ninomiya) and Masaru Kato (Ken'ichi Matsuyama a.k.a. L from Death Note) in the liv
Like Johnny Ryan's Prison Pit, the main appeal of Hiroya Oku's Gantz may well be its repulsiveness. The story of two boys who die and then reawaken as part of a strange, brutal game that forces them to hunt aliens, Gantz is horrifically violent
On January 20, a giant black sphere will force a bunch of dead folks to hunt aliens on select movie screens across the United States. Hiroya Oku's manga-turned-anime-turned-live action movie series, Gantz (part one of two), is making its North American debut as part of a one-night, live-streaming presentation. Hosted
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While neither of the two live action adaptations of Hiroya Oku's "Gantz" manga have been completed, inquiries are already spilling in from would-be distributors around the globe to get it in front of ticket buyers. If the attention is based on the film's faithfulness to its source material, it could very well be warranted.
Nobody ever said a mysterious black sphere that sends lost souls on alien slaying missions would select comfortable costumes, and it's a good thing too, because they definitely don't.
That's not to say the form-fitting, presumably Latex-infused outfit sported by actress Watanabe Natsuna in the role of Kei Kishimoto looks unauthentic - it seems extremely faithful to Hiroya Oku's "Gantz" source material right down to its inexplicable wrist and ankle cuffs - it just doesn't seem like something the average person could sit down in without screaming.
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