Live Action Amazon working on live-action Hellsing film

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  1. Kuze

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    Amazon Studios is developing a live-action film adaptation of Kouta Hirano's Hellsing manga with Derek Kolstad (John Wick franchise writer) on board as screenwriter.

    The project's producers include Kolstad himself, along with Automatik's Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Fred Berger, Ranger 7 Films' Mike Callaghan (who secured the film rights) and Reuben Liber, and Soluble Fish Productions' Jason Lust.


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    Don't think the music can be as gold as the anime.


     
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    I can't think of anyone who could play that character. Reeves? Depp? Cage? Mikkelsen?
     
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    Depp would do alright. Just needs to bring the inner madness out.
     
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    Cedric Diggory would be perfect. Pattinson has been on a string of great performances.

    This would be beneath him tho. I loved the original anime, so cool but it was kinda meh plotwise. It was only good when the vatican turned up. The ova veered from awesome to dogshit. Really nailed the tone of manga in like 1 if them lol.
     
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    I'd like to see Hellsing done well in live action. Then I might get around to watching Ultimate.
     

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