Attack On Titan Movie Stars Vs The Anime And Manga Characters

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Well, they're making an Attack on Titan movie. Good for them. We now know what the actors look like in their Survey Corps uniforms. Let's see how they compare with their anime and manga counterparts.

The manga debuted in 2009, and the anime incarnation began in 2012. Personally, I don't think the manga and anime versions should be exactly the same as they are different mediums.

You know what, I also think it's fine if the live-action ones are reworked to suit movies. The most important thing is that the anime and live-action versions should be done well. And that isn't easy — especially when it's necessary to manage the expectations of the original fans.

We haven't seen a trailer yet. The Attack on Titan movie could be brilliant. It could be garbage. Right now, it's hard to gauge. So in the meantime, let's see how the actors stack up against the anime and manga characters.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Actor Haruma Miura as Eren Yeager.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Dallas-born actor, model and singer Kiko Mizuhara is Mikasa Ackerman.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Actor, model and singer Nanami Sakuraba is Sasha Blouse.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Actor Takahiro Miura is Jean Kirstein.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Satomi Ishihara, currently one of Japan's most popular actors and models, is Hange Zoë.

Attack on Titan Movie Stars Versus the Anime and Manga Characters

Actor and model Kanata Hongo plays Armin Arlert.

The movie is being shot in Japan on Gunkanjima and will depict a world that's been destroyed by the Titans. The live-action version will also feature original elements as well as characters created specifically for the movie, and will be released next year in Japan.


Comments

    I know its a based of a japanese manga but seriously, why are the actors all asian? Considering the manga/anime is based in a world where asian people are somewhat of a rarity.

    When is the next Anime series coming out? Anyone know?

      Anime is normally a very slow thing, will be a while. Took AoT's first season a couple of years to come to Aust.

    A little hair dye and some contact lenses, and this would've been perfect.

      i'm not so sure... japanese hair dye has always looked fake to me, makes the production look budget

    As much as I want this to be good I know it wont be. The japanese have never been able to do live action movies that didn't come across as painfully cheesy.

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