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Trailer for Live Action Gatchaman Movie Released

Source:   Gotham News
June 21, 2013




Fans of the hit animated series "Gatachaman," or  "Battle of the Planets" as it was called in the United States, will be happy to see this. A live-action film based on the series is on the way from Grave of the Fireflies director Toya Sato. Check out the trailer below (via Gotham News).

Set in the near future, Gatchaman follows the story five special agents of the International Science Organization in Tokyo as they try to protect the world from the mysterious terrorist group who call themselves Galactor. With technology that far surpasses that of humans, Galactor has declared war on the entire world and has already subjugated half of it. Trained to draw out the power from the mysterious crystal-like object called a "stone," our five heroes will be called "Gatchaman."

The film stars T˘ri Matsuzaka as Ken aka Gatchaman, G˘ Ayano as Condor No Joe, Ayame G˘riki as Jun The Swan, Tatsuomi Hamada as Junpei The Swallow,Ryohei Suzuki as Ryu The Owl, Gor˘ Kishitani as Dr. Nambu and Eriko Hatsune as Naomi.



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