'Ghost in the Shell' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Scarlett Johansson as Major Makoto Kusanagi in Upcoming Live Action Movie
The hit anime movie and manga entitled "Ghost in the Shell", written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow and film by Mamoru Oshii is being recreated into a live action that stars Scarlett Johansson, an actress that we love that starred in "Captain America" and "Avengers" as Black Widow and in "Lucy". Anime fans and people who watched the anime before are expecting a lot for the upcoming film that will be released in the year 2017.
While these people are into research about what would be included in "Ghost in the Shell", creators and director released a trailer that made millions of fans shout for joy. However, there is still some suspicions and speculations that "Ghost in the Shell" may become another failure, just like other live action films such as Dragon Balls and Avatar: The Last Airbender, which does not connect to the original story somehow.
The trailer and the new elements added in "Ghost in the Shell"
According to the "Ghost in the Shell" trailer from Movieclips Trailers, the CGI and graphics are very well made as well as the background and environment. These elements are what caused the goosebumps by the people who watched it because of the stunning detail. In addition to that, the storyline is made as close as the original one as what the people who saw "Ghost in the Shell" trailer said, hopefully. The characters are portrayed well and each team is working to perfect scenes that are prominent in the manga and anime such as battle scenes and lines from special characters.
The robots and cyborg design
It is expected that it will be a sci-fi atmosphere because of the cyborgs and robots involved in the story. Other images and cover photos of "Ghost in the Shell" can be viewed in this report by ComingSoon website. Moreover, the intricate details on each one make it an authentic movie as based on the trailer. Lastly, people will be expecting the accuracy of the "Ghost in the Shell" and hopefully, it does not mess up like "Dragon Ball" and "Avatar: The Last Airbender," which went straight to the dump.