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Posted by OminousCloud on December 14, 2009 @ 05:35:34 PM in News Articles



Liar Game's Official Japanese website has posted a new movie trailer for Liar Game: The Final Stage. The two trailers can be watched by hovering the mouse over the video and selecting either 2 or 1.

According to the site, the film will open on March, 6th 2010.

[DEC 22 Edit] A third trailer has been put up in the movie section

Sources: Liar Game Official Website
[Tags: Liar Game, movie, trailer, Shinobu Kaitani]
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Posted by OminousCloud on November 05, 2009 @ 04:31:28 AM in News Articles



Liar Game's official Japanese website has posted a teaser trailer for the film; Liar Game: The Final Stage. The theatrical adaptation of Shinobu Kaitani's Liar Game manga follows on after the events of the second season, which airs in Japan on November 10.

Kanzaki Nao played by Erika Toda (Death Note) finds herself unwillingly participating in a high stakes competition known as; The Liar Game. In her despair, she seeks the assistance of ex-convicted smuggler Akiyama Shinichi, played by Shota Matsuda (Hana Yori Dango, Love Shuffle). Together, they play through the Liar Game rounds in a bid to bring down the LGT Corporation behind it.

The second season of Liar Game will introduce a new character exclusive to the drama; Ryo Katsuragi played by actress Rinko Kikuchi. Katsuragi is a former classmate of Akiyama who has become the youngest psychology professor in history at a famous university. She is the only person Akiyama has ever lost to in a battle of wits.

The film will open on February 6, 2010. The Fuji TV On Demand service has already begun streaming a Liar Game Episode 0 spinoff series on October 27.

Source: Anime News Network
[Tags: Liar Game, movie trailer, Shinobu Kaitani]
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Posted by OminousCloud on September 03, 2009 @ 08:43:06 PM in Anime / Manga
A second teaser trailer has been released for Sunao Katabuchi's Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Maho). The feature film produced by Madhouse and premiered at the 62nd Film Festival Locarno, is an adaption of Nobuko Takagi's children's novel. Set in rural post-war Japan where the third-grader Shinko spends the day dreaming about the world of her ancestors 1000 years ago. Together with her new classmate Kiiko they use the power of their imaginations to experience wild adventures.

Mai Mai Miracle is scheduled for release in Japan on November 21st.

Trailer 1 with English Subtitles




Trailer 2 - Japanese



Source: Affenheimtheater
Nippon Cinema (trailer 1)
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Posted by OminousCloud on September 01, 2009 @ 08:59:34 PM in News Articles
The official website for the live-action adaptation of Kotomi Aoki's Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu (BokuKimi), has released a full 90 second trailer (third movie).



Directed by Takehiko Shinjo, Mayu (Mao Inoue) falls in love with Takuma (Masaki Okada); a boy with a heart condition who is being treated by Mayu's cardiologist father. To avoid saddening Mayu, Takuma tries to hide the possibility he may not live past the age of 20, although Mayu already knows. The film open in Japan on October 24.

Sources: Anime News Network
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on August 02, 2009 @ 10:50:04 AM in News Articles


What is being described as the "Theatrical version of Fate/stay night" has a new teaser site opened. The film version of Type-Moon's game and anime franchise is "Coming soon." according to the teaser site. While there is not much there at the moment, the domain is registered under the name Geneon Entertainment by the GMO Internet service provider.

FUNimation Entertainment released a Fate/stay night anime series box set last September as a part of its distribution deal with Geneon and Tokyopop has been publishing Datto Nishiwaki's manga version in North America since last October. Geneon has ceased its in-house distribution of its own titles since 2007.

Source: Anime News Network . Com
[Tags: Fate/stay night, anime, teaser, trailer, geneon Entertainment, FUNimation, Tokyopop, Type-Moon, anime, manga]
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 29, 2009 @ 12:51:04 PM in News Articles
Teaser trailers for the Marvel Anime series of Wolverine and Iron Man have been posted by comic writer Warren Ellis. Having premiered at Comic-Con International last Friday, Ellis emphasized that both teasers are test animation, "intended to show off the style of the piece only. Nothing in here reflects the actual content, just the design and the aesthetic and the animation".



Ellis also mentioned that both anime series are aimed at Southeast Asian market, as opposed to Japan as Marvel had told the audience at Comic-Con International.
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