Live-Action Fullmetal Alchemist Sequel Films Reveal Story Video, Illustrated Visual by Creator Hiromu Arakawa – Up News Info

A visual will be distributed to viewers of the film


The official site of Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Chicken Kanketsu – Scar of Fukushūsha (Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Chapter – The Avenger’s Scar) and Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Chicken Kanketsu – Saigo no Rensei (Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Chapter – The Last Transmutation), the next two live-action movies in the Fullmetal Alchemist franchiseunveiled a new visual and a video story on Thursday.


The visual by the creator of the series Hiromu Arakawa will be distributed in the form of special illustration cards to the participants of Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Chicken Kanketsu – Scar of Fukushūsha between May 27 and May 29, the film’s second weekend in theaters. The image from the manga depicts the characters on the film set.

The first visual will be distributed to participants for the first weekend of the film, from May 20 to 22. Arakawa’s manga image represents the film’s key visual.

The films will feature a returning cast from the first live-action film. The movie star Ryōsuke Yamada (Hey! Say! TO JUMP member and live action Assassination Classroomof Nagisa) as Edward Elric, Atomu Mizuishi (Garo – Makai no Hana, king of tennis 2nd season musicals) like Alphonse Elric (voice and motion capture), Honda Tsubasa (live action Blue spring walkof Futaba) as Winry Rockbell, and Dean Fujioka (live action Happy marriage!?) as Roy Mustang.

New cast members include:

Other returning cast members include:

Fumihiko Sori (live action table tennis) returns to direct the films.

Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Chicken Kanketsu – Scar of Fukushūsha opens May 20 and follows Edward’s fight with the character Scar. Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Chicken Kanketsu – Saigo no Rensei opens on June 24 and depicts the story’s final battle.

The films commemorate the 20th anniversary of Hiromu Arakawait’s original Fullmetal Alchemist manga.

The first live-action film opened the Tokyo International Film Festival in October 2017 for its world premiere, before opening in Japan in December 2017.

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Briana R. Cross