The anime movie BLAME!, based on the debut manga by Tsutomu Nihei (Knights of Sidonia) released its second full trailer. The movie will be released On 20 May 2017.
The animation has been produced by Polygon Pictures, who are known for hugely popular award-winning overseas works such as Star Wars Clone Wars and Transformers Prime, as well as the well-received adaptation of Knights of Sidonia.
This movie will use the Dolby Atmos, a futuristic surround sound speaker system to truly make the viewers feel like they are in the middle of the action. This will be the first time a Japanese animated movie will use this technology.
The movie released its second full trailer, which is making use of all the technology at its disposal.
In the trailer, you can see brand new shots of the precise and dynamic world of BLAME!, which is set in a huge, ever-growing multi-layered city.
Prepare to be overwhelmed by the infinite length and breadth of this work, which threatens to make its way outside of the screen. With the stylish melody of angela’s Calling you in the background, the intense action scenes, the dramatic expressions of the characters framed in light and shadow…the rising expectations for this movie don’t seem to be stopping anytime soon!
It has also been announced that the director will join the cast members on stage for a preview screening in Tokyo!
Event Title: BLAME! Full-Length Preview Screening
Date: Thursday 4 April 12 p.m. Showing
Venue: Marunouchi Piccadilly
Price: 2,000 yen
Stage Appearances: Hiroyuki Seshita (Director), Naohiro ‘Tady’ Yoshihira (Assistant Director),
Takehiro Sakurai (Killy), Mamoru Miyano (Sutezo) [*subject to change]
Applications start from 22 April
※More details will be revealed on the official website
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