After reading Anime Reviewer Girls’ post about the “American version” of Death Note, I decided to research the cast and when will the show will be premiered. After reading this news, I found the cast for who will play as the characters from the show. Here are the actors and their roles in this new Death Note movie:
- Nat Wolff as Light Turner
- Keith Stanfield as L
- Margaret Qualley as Mia Sutton
- Paul Nakauchi as Watari
- Shea Whigham as James Turner
These are the actors who will play as the original characters from the show. The director of the movie is Adam Wingard who worked on films like The Guest and You’re Next. Jeremy Slator wrote the draft for the script; he worked on the Fantastic Four. The film will stream in 2017.
Also reported, YVRShoots (a website tracking movie and TV in British Colombia) spotted the filming of the movie Death Note with the actor of L and James present. The pictures were spotted at Vancouver, British Columbia.
If you are familiar with Clannad by watching the anime or you have been fan, you may noticed that already, Clannad is available for Steam and it’s actually a visual novel. Already announced before, visual novel publisher Visual Arts announced that the Clannad spinoff Tomoyo After ~ It’s a Wonderful Life ~ was going to get an English translation and it will available for fans. Today, the spinoff story is here in Steam! If you enjoyed Clannad and you like the love relationship with Tomoya and Tomoyo, I recommend getting this copy now.
Visual Arts will also being working on Key’s other series Little Busters.
Tomoyo After ~ It’s a Wonderful Life ~ is actually sequel to ending of Tomoyo’s story in the original Clannad visual novel.
Here is the plot:
One day Tomoyo’s brother, Takafumi, brings his father’s illegitimate child, Tomo, to Tomoya’s apartment.
Tomo had been abandoned by her mother, and Tomoya and Tomoyo reluctantly decide they would look after her.
Furthermore, Takafumi’s ex-girlfriend, Kanako, ran away from her home just before the start of summer vacation.
She too ends up staying in Tomoya’s room.
Tomoya, Tomoyo, Tomo, Takafumi, Kanako.
And so begins the first and the last summer these five people will spend together.
TGIF! Thank God it’s Friday!
Welcome everyone for another exciting episode of TGIF: Friday Funny. I hope everyone is doing okay this week after going through a busy weekend. To those who are not aware what happened, this past weekend was Anime Expo 2016 at LA, California. Many anime fans participated the convention were able to see live events, cosplay and meet different panels. Others, like myself, who wasn’t able to go because of personal reasons still followed the news on the web. I won’t go into every details but here are some big news:
- The announcement of Attack on Titan season 2
- Manga companies like Viz Media and Kodansha obtaining new manga like Dragon Ball Super and ERASED.
- Trailers from Aniplex of America which featured the Sword Art Online movie and the return of Blue Exorcist
- Anime companies like Crunchyroll and Sentai Filmworks licensing anime and making them English Dub.
- Return of classic anime from FUNimation like the obtaining the rights to Code Geass and the last remaining episodes of D.Gray-Man.
- The news of the upcoming conclusion to the manga series Bleach.
Last but not least, the official global release of the app Pokemon Go. To those who don’t know, Pokemon Go is an app game that allows users to catch Pokemon hidden in the real world with cell phones; it can either be Android or IOS. If you like Pokemon like I do, I would strongly recommend downloading the app. (WARNING: You will have to leave your home and walk outside. The Pokemon are outside and you will need to explore the world. Be careful in your surroundings!!!)
Now without a further ado Let’s begin this post… after we sing the National Anthem. You choose which one you would like to listen to! Enjoy :).
To end this post, here are some videos!
The Pokemon Rap!
Go!!! by FLOW
That’s all folks! 🙂