Variety, a weekly magazine that focus on the entertainment industry has reported a deal between Kodansha and the juggernaut Hollywood studio, Warner Bros. The deal gives Warner Bros. movie studio the rights to create a live-action version of “Attack On titan” was finalized Monday.
The studio has recruited “Andy Muschiette,” the name and face behind the massively-successful remake of “It.” A story about a psychotic-shapeshifting clown that preys on the children of the town. A film that was adapted from the popular novel “It” and written by the one and only, Stephen King.
This isn’t the first time “Attack On Titan” receives the live-action treatment. TOHO Pictures released a two-part Japanese, live-action film in 2015. The reviews were poor and fans were unsatisfied with the finish product.
Now that “Attack On Titan” wrapped up part 1 of 2 of its season 3. The franchise has a little time to breath and build some hype for what we all hope to be a successful, western-live-action version of “Attack On Titan.”