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    Cast Members for 'Blame! Movie' Announced

    By Koby,

    n1WZD5N.jpgThe cast members for Blame! Movie has been announced on Blame! Project Press Conference via Nico Live on Thursday. The movie will premiere in Japan theaters on May 20, 2017 for two weeks. Netflix will also make the movie available on the same day.

    Kirii: Takahiro Sakurai (Osomatsu-san)
    Shibo: Kana Hanazawa (3-gatsu no Lion)
    Zuru: Sora Amamiya (Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!)
    Oyassan: Kazuhiro Yamaji (Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen)
    Sutezou: Mamoru Miyano (Bungou Stray Dogs)
    Tae: Aya Suzaki (Sidonia no Kishi)
    Fusata: Nobunaga Shimazaki (Active Raid: Kidou Kyoushuushitsu Dai Hachi Gakari)
    Atsuji: Yuki Kaji (Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai)
    Administration Authority: Aki Toyosaki (Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou)

    Theme Song Performance: "Calling you" by angela




    Starz Sets ‘American Gods’ Premiere Date for April 30

    By Koby,

    WrB2JaT.jpgStarz’s “American Gods,” the long-gestating TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel, finally has a premiere date: April 30.


    Bryan Fuller is at the helm of “American Gods,” with Ricky Wittle starring as protagonist Shadow Moon. Shadow is an ex-con who finds himself in a tug-of-war between America’s old gods — the ones brought here via millennia of immigration, like Ian McShane’s “Mr. Wednesday” (Odin) and Orlando Jones’ “Mr. Nancy” (Anansi) — and the new kids, like Gillian Anderson’s Media. America is intrinsically poor spiritual soil for gods in Gaiman’s world, leading to inevitable conflict among the generations of deities.


    Other cast members include Emily Browning as Shadow’s wife Laura, Pablo Schrieber as Mad Sweeney, Jonathan Tucker as Low Key Lyesmith, Cloris Leachman as Zorya Vechernyaya, Peter Stormare as Czernobog, Kristin Chenoweth as Easter, Yetide Badaki as Bilquis, Bruce Langley as Technical Boy, Crispin Glover as Mr. World, Chris Obi as Anubis; Demore Barnes as Mr. Ibis, Corbin Bernsen as Vulcan, and Mousa Kraish as The Jinn.


    The series will have a special screening at SXSW on March 11 at 11 a.m. at the Vimeo Theater in the Austin Convention Center, followed by a Q&A with the cast and creative team.


    “American Gods” is produced by FremantleMedia North America. Fuller and Michael Green are writers and showrunners. Frequent Fuller collaborator David Slade is directing the pilot and additional episodes. Fremantle’s Craig Cegielski and Stefanie Berk are executive producers along with Fuller, Green, Slade, Adam Kane, and Neil Gaiman. Senior vice presidents of original programming Marta Fernandez and Ken Segna are the Starz executives in charge.



    Fairy Tail Manga Is Already in its Last Arc

    By Dervell,

    aU7m13j.jpgThe official website of the Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry anime film revealed in its introduction page on Wednesday that the manga is in its "last arc." It also revealed that the manga has over 60 million copies in print worldwide.


    The manga follows the adventures of world's most notorious mage guild, Fairy Tail. The manga launched in 2006 and has inspired two television anime, several original video anime projects, and spinoff manga. The franchise's first movie, Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess, opened in Japan in August 2012.


    The manga reached its 500th chapter in September.


    The Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry film will open in Japan on May 6. Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine had announced in May 2015 that Fairy Tail was getting a second anime film. The television anime series also revealed in March that a new project is in the works.


    Del Rey published the first 12 volumes of the original manga in North America, and Kodansha Comics resumed publishing the manga in English with the 13th volume in 2011. Crunchyroll streamed the second television anime into several countries as it aired in Japan, and Funimation has been releasing DVD/Blu-ray Disc sets.

    Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry Anime Film Reveals Cast, Staff, New Characters, May 6 Premiere, Visual

    By Dervell,

    ayvmuyI.jpgThis year's 12th issue of Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine announced more details about the Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry anime film on Wednesday. The film will open in Japan on May 6, and the tagline on the new poster visual by manga creator Hiro Mashima reads, "That power … is it hope or destruction…?"


    Mashima is drawing 193 pages of storyboard for the film, and is also serving as executive producer. Mashima also drew the first key visual for the film, which features Natsu half transformed into a dragon.


    The issue is also revealing the returning cast and character designs for the following characters:

    • Tetsuya Kakihara as Natsu Dragneel
    • Aya Hirano as Lucy Heartfilia
    • Rie Kugimiya as Happy
    • Yūichi Nakamura as Gray Fullbuster
    • Sayaka Ohara as Erza Scarlet
    • Satomi Satou as Wendy
    • Yui Horie as Carla/Charle

    The characters will be wearing new outfits in the film.


    The issue is also revealing three film-original characters:

    • Sonia, a beautiful young woman.
    • Zash, a man who looks both evil and strong.
    • Animus, a man who looks like a king based on his garments, and whose expression suggests he has an ulterior motive. 


    Tatsuma Minamikawa (episode director for Aldnoah.Zero, Attack on Titan, Haganai NEXT) is directing the film at A-1 Pictures. Shoji Yonemura is returning from the previous two television anime series to write the script, Yuuko Yamada (chief animation director for Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East, Persona 3 the Movie #3 Falling Down) is the character designer and chief animation director, and Yasuharu Takanashi is returning from the previous anime series and Fairy Tail Zero to compose the music. GAGA is distributing the film.

    Crunchyroll set to stream Gundam: Iron-blooded Orphans English Dub

    By Koby,

    Crunchyroll announced earlier today that they will be streaming the English dub of Gundam: Iron-blooded Orphans soon.


    Five new episodes will be available every Tuesday at 7:00pm PST starting from 2/28 for all members in United States, Canada, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, and North Africa.




    In Gundam IBO, the Earth Sphere had lost its previous governing structure, and a new world was created under new systems of government. While a temporary peace had arrived, the seeds of a new conflict were being sown in the Mars Sphere, far away from Earth.