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The First Ghost in the Shell Trailer Brings the Popular Manga to Life

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After months of controversy surrounding the live-action Ghost in the Shell, we finally have something more fun to talk about. At a live event in Tokyo, the first trailer was unveiled to the world, and it’s pretty fantastic.


Fans of the manga turned anime will notice plenty of throwbacks to those works, with lots of new stuff blended in. Plus star Scarlett Johansson really seems to nail the human on the inside, cyborg on the outside of her character, Major. Check it out.



We’ll have much, much more on the trailer and Ghost in the Shell later this week.

The film, which stars Scarlett Johansson, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche, and Michael Pitt, opens March 31, 2017 [YouTube]


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Nice to see Takeshi Kitano again. His 2003-2004 Zatoichi flik, starring himself as The Blind Swordsman, is an excellent version.
Zatoichi as character has sophisticated solutions to the complicated problems in society. Let's have a look!

The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi (1/11) Movie CLIP - Blind Fury (2003)

The rest of the 'Ghost in the Shell' cast seems okay too. Scarlett Johansson causes male hormones to ring the tits alert. Juliette Binoche can act.:)


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Big fan of Masamune Shirow!
The animation movies and the soundtrack by Kenji Kawaï are outstanding!


Too bad no japanese actress was chosen for the Major Kusanagi character!





i have all the soundtracks of all previous movies somewhere in my external hdds

i can't remember from which torrent site i downloaded it (over 2 GB)

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