If 2009 was a strong year for anime on T.V, then 2010 look’s to be a strong year for anime in film. Last year Studio Bones released a released a new version of the highly acclaimed series ‘The Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood’, and the surprisingly good ‘Tokyo Magnitude’. We eagerly await the second instalments of these series’, and a number of others, namely:
The Melancholy of Harumi.
There are still a number of highly anticipated series’ set for release this year.
As stated above though, this year in anime looks much stronger when you look at the films set for release this year. Studio Ghibli may release two films this year, which is a first for the acclaimed studio. Veteran anime director Isao Takahata is directing ‘Taketori Monogatari’ (tale of the bamboo cutter), it will be the first movie he’s directed since 1999’s ‘My neighbour yamadas’. The other Ghibli film being released this year will feature the directorial debut of Ghibli animator Yonebayashi. His movie will be an adaptation of ___ novel ‘The Borrowers’, which a tale of a small family who ‘borrows’ things from their larger human counterparts. Yonebayashi’s film is slated for release in July 17, while no date is yet set for Takahata’s feature.
Other prominent features set for release this year include:
The Dream Machine: Satoshi Kon’s first film since 2006’s Paprika. It is reported on wiki that the story will contain no human characters, only robots.
Halo Legends: A collection of several animated shorts set in the Halo universe. Several prominent anime directors are featuring.
A new Studio Ghibli film is set to be released on July 17, according to nausicaa.net. It is directed by Yonebayashi Hiromasa, who had worked on previous Ghibli movies as a key animator.
Watch the teaser trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7xiu27SjxQ&feature=related
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