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A teaser trailer has gone live for the upcoming theatrical release of Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You. See it below.

The Mega Man movie is something we’ve heard about for awhile, though it has only become more concrete in recent months. That being said, it’s still a long ways off. Masayori Oka, who produced the Death Note adaptation for Netflix, gave an update in an interview with Collider.

Oka mentioned that the team “just started” working on the Mega Man movie. The project is in the early stages, and the script is currently being worked on.

Oka said:

A Mega Man movie looks to be on the way. Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, who were responsible for the film Catfish, are “in final negotiations to write and direct,” according to Hollywood Reporter. The Mega Man movie was rumored as early as 2015.

Chernin Entertainment is said to be producing the movie with Heroes actor Masi Oka. Hollywood Reporter adds that 20th Century Fox attempted to acquire the rights for more than two years. Earlier in 2017, they finally managed to make that happen.

Specific details about the Mega Man movie have not yet been made known.


A new piece of art is now being distributed for Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! We’ve included it above.


Two new videos are online for Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! First up is a trailer, followed by a shorter commercial. Both are below.

Update: Bumped to the top. Added in official upload of the trailer plus a short video.

Original: The first full trailer for Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! just aired on the Japanese show Oha Suta. View the recording on YouTube below.

The third Yo-kai Watch movie, known as Eiga Yo-kai Watch: Sora Tobu Kujira to Double no Sekai no Daib?ken da Nyan! (Yo-kai Watch The Movie: The Flying Whale and the Grand Adventure of the Double Worlds, Meow!), premiered in Japan this past weekend. It managed to top the Japanese box office, beating out Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – which also opened a day earlier. We should note however that Yo-kai Watch’s box office earnings for the Saturday – Sunday time period did not overcome Star Wars.

The new Yo-kai Watch film sold 545,211 tickets for 608,033,100 yen (roughly $5.189 million) on 415 screens on Saturday and Sunday. That amount encompasses 57.5 percent of the opening weekend box office for the previous Yo-kai Watch movie, which went on to earn 5.53 billion yen (roughly $47 million).

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The next Pokemon movie is set to debut in Japan next July. During the Japanese variety show Oha Suta, the first teaser was revealed, including a title.

The new Pokemon film, known as “Pokemon – I Choose You!”, arrives on July 15. Watch the video below.

It was nearly two years ago when we first heard about TV and film adaptations of various SEGA franchises. Two have now been formally announced: Altered Beast and Streets of Rage.

Stories International is working with Circle of Confusion to make the new Altered Beast and Streets of Rage adaptations possible. Stories International president/CEO Tomoya Suzuki is producing with Circle of Confusion partner Lawrence Mattis and Julian Rosenberg. Evan J. Cholfin, head of development and production, is serving as executive producer for Stories International.

New partners are being sought to work on film and television projects of other SEGA IPs. Stories International is currently looking into studios, producers, and filmmakers to co-develop adaptations for the likes of Golden Axe and Virtua Fighter. Marc Platt is involved with a Shinobi movie.

Mattis said today: “These are some of the most well loved SEGA games, and we are thrilled to be working with Stories to adapt them into major film and television franchises.”

Level-5 intends to continue the Yo-kai Watch film series. During a stage greeting event in Tokyo on Sunday, it was confirmed that a fourth movie is set for Winter 2017. Details regarding the title and more will be shared in the future.

Let’s not forget that the third Yo-kai Watch film is premiering on December 17 in Japan. It features a mix of animation and live-action segments.


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