Live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie to be shown in over 190 countries, New character trailers revealed
The international release for the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie has finally been confirmed, and it’s gonna be big. Its international release has been described as the widest international opening for any Japanese movie, with over 190 countries and territories around the world according to its official website. However, aside from the United States and Europe, the announcement didn’t specify what these 190+ countries are.
In addition, the website also unveiled three brand new character trailers. The first trailer focuses on Edward, Alphonse, and Winry, while the second one focuses on the Homunculi, Lust, Gluttony, and Envy. Finally, the third trailer focuses on the State Military.
Meanwhile, Warner Brothers Japan has also released the movie’s official main trailer, which comes complete with English subtitles:
The movie is based on the hit manga by Hiromu Arakawa, and it will follow Edward Elric, played by Ryousuke Yamada, and his brother Alphonse. It also stars Tsubasa Honda as Winry Rockbell, while Dean Fujioka plays Roy Mustang. As for Alphonse, he will be a completely CGI character. The film is directed by live-action Ping Pong film director, Fumihiko Sori, and was previously filmed in Italy.
And when the movie premieres on December 1, several participating movie theaters will be distributing a special Fullmetal Alchemist manga written and illustrated by FMA and Silver Spoon creator, Hiromi Arakawa!
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