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    Disney's Live-Action 'Lady and the Tramp' movie to be exclusiving streamed

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    wjKiPlv.jpgCharlie Bean, who directed The Lego Ninjago Movie, is going to the dogs. Bean has closed a deal to helm the live-action/CG hybrid remake of Disney’s animated classic Lady and the Tramp.

     

    Brigham Taylor, who worked on the studio’s remake of The Jungle Book, is producing the project, which is looking to be made for Disney’s digital streaming service that will launch in 2019.

     

    The service will have four to six movies a year among content that will include film and TV offerings from Disney brands Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars. The fact that a remake of such a marquee and essential Disney title such as Lady and the Tramp will likely head to the service is another example of how serious the company is taking its streaming platform’s content. (Disney also recently hired Jon Favreau to write and executive produce a live-action Star Wars television series.)

     

    Lady and the Tramp, released in 1955, told the love story between a pampered Cocker Spaniel named Lady and a streetwise mongrel named Tramp. Lady finds herself out on the street after her owners have a baby and is saved from a pack by Tramp, who tries to show her how to live her life footloose and collar-free. More doggone adventures ensue. The centerpiece of the movie is the candlelit spaghetti dinner in an alley while two human cooks sing and play "Bella Notte," considered one of the most iconic scenes in Disney and movie history.

     

    Andrew Bujalski penned the script for the remake. Jessica Virtue and Chaz Salembier are overseeing for Disney.

     

    Bean is a longtime animator who has written on Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack and directed 18 out of the 19 episodes of Disney XD’s Tron: Uprising before making his feature debut with Ninjago. Lady and the Tramp now trampolines the helmer into the live-action world while still keeping him tethered to animation.


    Sentai Filmworks Streams Scum's Wish Anime's English Dub Clip

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    By Krieg,

     

     

    Sentai Filmworks began streaming an English-dubbed clip for Scum's Wish on Wednesday. The clip previews Avery Smithhart as Hanabi, Adam Noble as Narumi Kanai, Maggie Flecknoeas Akane Minagawa, and and Greg Cole as Mugi Awaya.
     

    The Scum's Wish anime series will star:

    • Avery Smithhart as Hanabi

    • Greg Cole as Mugi Awaya

    • Maggie Flecknoe as Akane Minagawa

    • Adam Noble as Narumi Kanai

    • Brittney Karbowski as Noriko

    • Molly Searcy as Sanae

    • Joe Daniels as Atsuya

    • Courtney Lomelo as Hanabi's Mother 

    • Christina Kelly as Mei

    • Gabriel Regojo as Terauchi

    • Juliet Simmons as Mito

    • Katelyn Barr as Ayumi

    • Brittney Karbowski as Little Noriko

    • Maggie Flecknoe as Teenage Akane

    • Avery Smithhart as Young Hanabi

    • Katelyn Barr as Young Mugi

     

    The anime premiered in Japan on Amazon Prime Video and Fuji TV's Noitaminaprogramming block in January 2017. Amazon Prime Video exclusively streamed the anime series in Japan and abroad, including in the United States as part of its now-defunct Anime Strikeservice. Sentai Filmworks announced its home video plans, including English dub production, in May.

    Sentai Filmworks describes the story:
     

       "At first glance, high school sweethearts Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya appear to have the perfect relationship and while the two enjoy each other's physical companionship, they are merely using each other to feel anything other than pain as both Hanabi and Mugi are in love with other people. As this tangled web of emotions continues to ensnare others, viewers are exposed to the painful side of love, making this series often difficult to watch yet impossible to look away."

    Sentai Filmworks will release the Scum's WishComplete Collection on Blu-ray Disc on September 25.

     

     

    First time making a thread for something and I put it in the wrong place. 

     

    My apologies.


    FUNimation Lists Premiere Dates for the Summer 2018 Simuldub Line-up

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    By Koby,

    zxlzz22.jpgEarlier today, FUNimation's Simuldub page began listing premiere dates for their Simuldub line-up. The only one without a date set is Attack on Titan season 3 at this point.

     

    • Angels of Death: July 23rd 3pm ET
    • Attack on Titan: Season 03: August 19th 7:30pm ET
    • Chio's School Road: July 25th 3pm ET
    • Dies irae (Episodes 12-17): August 28th 3pm ET
    • Free! -Dive to the Future-: August 2nd 3pm ET
    • Hanebado!: July 25th 3pm ET
    • Harukana Receive: July 24th 3pm ET
    • How Not to Summon a Demon Lord: July 25th 3pm ET
    • Island: July 21st 3pm ET
    • Lord of Vermilion: The Crimson King: August 2nd 3pm ET
    • Magical Girl Raising Project: July 29th 3pm ET
    • Overlord: Season 03: July 31st 3pm ET
    • The Master Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar: July 28th 3pm ET

     

    Of course Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-, My Hero Academia 3, and Steins;Gate 0 left over from the spring season will continue on as normal through the summer Simuldub season.


    Ingress Anime Reveals Cast, Story, Worldwide Netflix Streaming

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    By Koby,

    The official website for the Ingress anime based on Niantic's AR game revealed the show's main cast, story, and key visual on Sunday. The site also revealed that the show will stream worldwide on Netflix. The anime will also air on Fuji TV's new "+Ultra" programming block starting in October. The show will also air in Japan on Kansai Telecasting Corporation, Tokai Television Broadcasting, Television Nishinippon Corporation, Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting, and BS Fuji.

     

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    The show's English website describes the story:

    Since he was little, Makoto had a strange power which enabled him to read the memories of objects he touched. Hiding his uncontrollable power, he works as a special agent in the police force. One day, while investigating an explosion at a laboratory that researches a unknown substance called “XM”, he sees a mysterious memory. The memory was from Sarah's ring, who was the sole survivor of the accident. It was a sight of a person being swallowed into a red light and disappearing.
    Makoto becomes embroiled in a massive conspiracy. The battle for “XM”, a material that could affect human mind, starts now――

     

    Niantic launched Ingress in 2012, and the company revealed a sequel titled Ingress Prime in December. The new sequel is slated for this fall.

     

    Yūhei Sakuragi (The Relative Worlds) is directing the anime at Craftar with assistant director Yoshinari Irikawa, and Sōki Tsukishima (Final Fantasy Type-0: Change the World novels) and Tora Tsukishima are writing the scripts. Hidehiro Kawai (The Relative Worlds, Phantom of the Kill -Zero Kara no Hangyaku-) is composing the music. Takeshi Honda (Beyond, Blue Submarine No. 6, Den-noh Coil, Millennium Actress) is credited with the original character designs. Atsushi Furukawa is the CGI director, and Hiroshi Katō (Totonyan) and Hirofumi Sakagami are directing the art with assistance by Hōmi Arai. Masashi Miyaoka is serving as modeling director. Maru Kobayashi is the animation director, and Tatsuya Nomura is the director of photography.

     

    The app has inspired several manga adaptations.


    Netflix Reveals Premiere Date for 2nd Godzilla Anime Film

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    By Koby,

    DXMbTkw.jpgOn Thursday, Netflix announced during its Anime Expo panel the premiere date of Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle is for July 18th.

     

    Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (Godzilla: Kessen Kidō Zōshoku Toshi), the second film in the trilogy, opened in Japan on May 18, and ranked at #8 in its opening weekend at the box office.

     

    The third and final film in the trilogy is titled Godzilla: Hoshi wo Kū Mono (Stareater), and it will open in Japan in November.

     

    Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (Godzilla: Kaijū Wakusei), the first film, opened in Japan last November. Netflix began streaming the film worldwide on January 17.


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