'Ghost in the Shell' Movie News and Update: What the Audiences Should Expect

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Nov 29, 2016 08:01 AM EST
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Fans will get to see the hit anime-manga series "Ghost in the shell" on March 31, 2017. The film that began as a manga in 1989, was written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow and filmed by Mamoru Oshii. Now the movie is recreated starring Scarlet Johansson and the trailer is already out. The trailer has depicted a lot of action and beautiful graphics. Now the anime fans are excited about how the film features the transformation.

The trailer has created different reactions among the audience and the casual movie goer may be baffled by the extravagance as they have not expected anything like that from the franchise which is little known, as per Comic Book. However, from the trailer, one thing is clear that Rupert Sanders has done complete justice to the adaptation. The mindblowing details, CGI and Graphic has already stunned the viewers. However, there are people who are not very optimistic and think that "Ghost in the Shell" may fail at the box office like "Dragon Balls" and "Avatar: The Last Airbender".

"Ghost in the shell" is set in a futuristic world where human minds can be extracted and uploaded into a cybernetic body. The story's central character is Major, played by Scarlet Johansson. Among all the storylines The Puppet Master Arc will dominate the film. Major Kusanagi and her ops at Section 9 will be attacked by a man. The man hacks their mind and uses them in cybernetic bodies to do his bidding. Kusanagi, the Puppet Master tries to track down the villain.

The comparison with the original is inevitable as "Ghost in the Shell" was a genre breaker of its time. However, Fans have already appreciated the adaptation efforts of the filmmaker after seeing the trailer. With the powerful plot of "Ghost in the Shell" audiences can expect another blockbuster. 

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