Live Action Live-Action Tokyo Ghoul Film Series

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    The staff for the live-action film unveiled a new image visual. The visual shows protagonist Ken Kaneki (Masataka Kubota) and his iconic one-eyed ghoul mask.


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    Masataka Kubota (live-action Death Note) will play the protagonist Ken Kaneki, and Fumika Shimizu (live-action Kamen Rider Fourze, Mare) will play the heroine Tōka Kirishima.


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    Further cast (from left to right, clockwise in image below):

    Kunio Murai as Kuzen Yoshimura, Sakurada Hiyori as Hinami Fueguchi, Shoko Aida as Ryoko Fueguchi, Shuntaro Yanagi as Renji Yomo, Nozomi Sasaki as Kaya Irimi, Kenta Hamano as Enji Koma.


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    Ive never seen or heard of a good live action anime film so I don't have any expectations from this. But who knows, maybe this will be the one.
     
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    This one's been confirmed to hit Japan theaters on July 29.


    Short trailer is out:







    FUNimation Entertainment has announced that it has licensed the live-action Tokyo Ghoul film. The company plans to release the film theatrically in Japanese with English subtitles.

    RADWIMPS band songwriter and guitarist Yōjirō Noda's is performing the film's theme song "Banka" as his solo project illion.






    Here's a new trailer that features the theme song "Banka" by RADWIMPS band songwriter and guitarist Yōjirō Noda under his solo project name illion.


     
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    Distributor Shochiku began streaming an Anime Expo report video for the Tokyo Ghoul film. The video features footage from the world premiere of the film at Anime Expo, fan reactions, and footage from the film itself.

     
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    Australian film distributor Madman Entertainment is streaming an English-subtitled trailer for the film before its theatrical debut in Australia on September 21.

    Funimation has licensed the film and plans to release it theatrically in North America in Japanese with English subtitles. The film will get a release in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Germany, Autstria, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada, Korea, China, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, and Ireland.


     
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    To be honest......... IT doesn't look THAT bad. I feel like I could watch this and not feel terrible about it.
     
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    Funimation Films will be scheduling its theatrical release of the film for October 16-22.

    Theater locations: here


     
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    I don't think that anything can beat the Rurouni Kenshin Live Action's.
     
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    Here's a new English-subtitled clip from the live-action Tokyo Ghoul film streamed by Funimation.

     
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    A sequel film, tentatively titled Tokyo Ghoul 2, has been green-lit for 2019.


     
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    The second live-action film will open in Japan in summer 2019. The film is tentatively titled Tokyo Ghoul 2.
     
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    The Tokyo Ghoul 2 film will open in Japan on July 19. A still of Masataka Kubota as Kaneki and Maika Yamamoto as Tōka was also revealed.


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    A new trailer for the 2nd film was streamed. The video highlights the ghoul Shū Tsukiyama and his obsession with eating Ken Kaneki.


     
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    A "special video" showing the sequel film's first 150 seconds was streamed.



     
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    Funimation will screen Tokyo Ghoul S in theaters in September. Funimation is screening the film at Anime Expo as the film's United States premiere on Saturday, July 6 at 9:30 p.m. PDT.
     

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