If you are going to make one Gundam Live-action film, this is probably the best one Demon Director from your side. And that’s exactly what Netflix thinks because they make an announcement Gundam The movie is coming to their streaming app. They have admitted Kong: Skull Island Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts to bring this classic sci-fi anime to life.
The Legendary Entertainment, The Home to the Monster, has teamed up with Netflix for this special Gundam Blockbuster. For now, any further information about the plot and cast of the film is being kept in wraps. Working title is just Gundam. Y: The Last Man And The runway Munshi Bryan k. Vaughan is behind the screenplay, and will serve as an executive producer.
Gundam Will stream worldwide on Netflix, in addition to China, where Legendary plans to open the film on the big screen. No release date has been announced, but it is possible that it may not premiere on Netflix until 2023, as it is still unreleased due to a backlog of films from 2020. Kel Boiter of Legendary will oversee the project along with the original Gundam Studio Sunrise.
The story will take place in Universal Century, a timeline similar to the anime. It is suspected that Netflix and Jordan Vogt-Roberts Will be pulling its effects directly from the show. Massive space battles are a guarantee, as space colonized armies still fight for freedom against those living on Earth. Hopefully, Jordan Vogt-Roberts will share more about the film in the coming months, as production will be on the ramp.
Netflix has a solid anime catalog and fan base that subscribe to streaming apps for just that reason. So this partnership matters a lot. Netflix is not providing any information on the budget at this time. Gundam The franchise has an active global fan following, and hopes the film brings in new customers worldwide for what is being described as a Netflix event picture in the same vein as their upcoming thriller The gray man, Which was the biggest film to be tried by the streamer at the time of production.
Mobile Suit Gundam Was the first Gundam Series to premiere back in 1979. It was produced by Yoshiyuki Tomino, in whose presence the live action version will no doubt be available. From the time of its creation, there was a lot of interest in the series. And there have been a lot of spinoffs over the past few decades. Bandai is getting huge success with its line Gundam Toys and Models. This news originated in IGN.