The Correct Way To Cut Attack On Titan Cake

The Correct Way To Cut Attack on Titan Cake

The Attack on Titan live-action movie isn't very good. That doesn't mean it's not making lots of money. Funny, that.

Widely panned in Japan, the Attack on Titan movie has been racking up a decent enough box office — enough, at least, for a press conference to show gratitude for the movie's "smash hit" status (as well as mark the beginning of the streaming TV series). The Japanese press — like Eiga.com, Cinema Today, and Model Press — were on hand to cover the event.

The Correct Way To Cut Attack on Titan Cake

[Photo: haru0405mayu]

Actor Satomi Ishihara had the honour of cutting the Titan cake.

The Correct Way To Cut Attack on Titan Cake

[Photo: Eiga.com]

The Correct Way To Cut Attack on Titan Cake

[Photo: modelpress]

At least they got that part right.

In case you missed it, check out Kotaku's review of the first live-action film.

Top photo: Cinema Today


Comments

    Personally enjoyed the movie. Sure it was not accurate to the anime, and I guess to the manga though never read it, but still an enjoyable watch. Looking forward to the next part.

    Another reminder that I need to start watching this.

      If you mean the anine series go watch them right now. Even friends who don't watch anime liked Attack On Titan

    Why does she look so repulsed in the header picture? It's like she's thinking "Ew, ew, ew, ew, ew." as she's cutting it.

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