Fullmetal Alchemist creator thinks of live-action movie

Fullmetal Alchemist creator thinks of live-action movie

the series of full metal alchemist With the passing of time, it became one of the biggest anime franchises of all time, and it is thanks to the reception of the fans that the story of Edward and Alphonse Elric obtained two new live-action feature films that have arrived in 2022. , and with the latest, The Final Transmutation, an adaptation that covers the epic story of Hiromu Arakawa.

Now, the creator of Elric Brothers, Hiromu Arakawahas shared his thoughts on the final film in the series via the official website for the new Fullmetal Alchemist movies, with the previous release earlier this summer on The Avenger Scarrevealed some quotes from the creator of the series:

“It was like riding a roller coaster! There were so many moving scenes connected to each other, and the whole movie was full of highlights. The beginning of the movie started from an unexpected place. As I kept watching, thinking it was interesting, the Two hours flew by and I really enjoyed it.”

“About halfway through the movie, Yamada-kun surprised me so much that I forgot his name, Ryosuke Yamada. Everything about him, from his body to his mannerisms, was like Ed himself, and in the climax scene it was just perfect. The young Hohenheim’s expression as if he had given up on everything and the young father’s musculature were different from Ed’s. Yamada-kun’s ability to play three roles by himself was truly amazing. He was so faithful to the original manga. I’m very grateful for that. Thank you so much for his hard work!”

“Uchino-san played the key role of Hohenheim and his father in two different roles, and all I can say is that he was amazing! Kokoro-kun, who played the role of Pride, was also wonderful. The villain Kokoro-kun was really good (laughs). Olivier-san, who made his first appearance in part 3, was already great from the first scene! And the three members of the Xing team were great again. The climax of the battle between Führer President and Scar, Ed and Father was very powerful, not to mention the action, the combination of CG and music was very powerful.”

“I had been thinking about what to do with the scene where Al comes back since the beginning of the serialization, so while watching the live-action version, I was reminded of a lot of things from when I was working on the story of the original manga, and it was full of emotion. He was smiling as I watched the last scene, wondering when he was going to say that line. I was able to pull it off with a good feeling!”

It is clear that seeing his work on screen has caused a pleasant sensation to its creator, as to whether they will reach theaters, so far there is no news, but with the first film originally arriving on Netflix, we would not be surprised if finally the streaming platform also got Avenging Scar and Final Transmutation in your catalog.

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