Ajin Anime live action movie – On Friday, it was announced that live action movie adaptation for Sakurai Gamon’s “Ajin – Demi Human” Manga has finally got the green signal. The movie is set to release in 2017.
Mysterious immortal humans known as “Ajin” first appeared 17 years ago in Africa. Upon their discovery, they were labeled as a threat to mankind, as they might use their powers for evil and were incapable of being destroyed. Since then, whenever an Ajin is found within society, they are to be arrested and taken into custody immediately.
Studying hard to become a doctor, Kei Nagai is a high schooler who knows very little about Ajin, only having seen them appear in the news every now and then. Students are taught that these creatures are not considered to be human, but Kei doesn’t pay much attention in class. As a result, his perilously little grasp on this subject proves to be completely irrelevant when he survives an accident that was supposed to claim his life, signaling his rebirth as an Ajin and the start of his days of torment. However, as he finds himself alone on the run from the entire world, Kei soon realizes that more of his species may be a lot closer than he thinks.
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Ajin Anime live action movie details
Along with the announcement of the live action for Ajin Anime/Manga it was further announced that Rurouni Kenshin Live Action Movie lead star “Satoh Takeru” will play the lead role of the main character “Nagai Kei” and along with that they also announced that the team that worked on the action scenes and choreography of Rurouni Kenshin’s live action movie, will also work on the action scenes of Ajin – Demi Human Live Action Movie.
Considering how well they did with the action scenes of Rurouni Kenshin Live Action movie, we can rest assured and assume that they will do good job with the action scenes of Ajin Anime Live Action Movie. Satoh Takeru revealed that he read the original manga 2 years ago and as the reader himself he wanted to make a movie on Ajin Demi Human Manga, and finally, that is happening so he is happy and excited!!
The first season of the television anime premiered on January 15 and ran for 13 episodes. Netflix streamed new episodes in Japan three days after they premiered on Japanese television, and it began streaming the entire first season outside of Japan on April 12. The second season premiered in Japan on October 7, and is currently running.
Sakurai Gamon launched the manga in Kodansha’s “good afternoon” magazine in 2012, and Kodansha published the ninth compiled book volume in Japan on October 7. Vertical published the seventh volume in North America on February 23.