Warner Bros. is planning to release an Attack of Titan live-action movie series. The entertainment company is now negotiating Hajime Isayama to get the feature rights for his popular manga series.
Recent reports reveal that the film studio wants to remake the two-part Japanese movie adaptation of the hit manga. The anime version and the video game franchise of Hajime Isayama’s work are very popular to the worldwide audience so the live-action has high success rate.
Once approved, the Attack on Titan movie series will be assigned to David Heyman, as per Deadline. He is one of the producers of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Attack on Titan focuses on the people living in a walled territory trying to survive from the human-eating titans constantly attacking them and destroying their walls. Eren Yeager, the main protagonist, discovers that he has the ability to transform into a titan. He uses his unexplainable talent to eliminate the titans and stop them from eating the civilians.
However, Eren also discovers that he is not the only titan shifter. There are many like him making him more eager to find out how he got his ability. Having him as a weapon, the Survey Corps decides to launch an attack against the titans outside the walls.
Meanwhile, the second season of Attack on Titan anime is slated to return this spring. Many are already excited to find out what will next happen to the characters of the hit anime series. For the meantime, watch the preview below!
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