The official website for the Attack on Titan manga announced that the live-action adaptation is moving forward with a new project team. Shinji Higuchi, who worked as storyboarder on the Evangelion TV series as well as the Rebuild films, is set to direct the film. He will be working alongside script writer Yuusuke Watanabe (Live-Action Gantz, Gatchaman). The film is set to begin filming in 2014 and has a release date of 2015. TOHO is set to produce and distribute the film.
The list of US screenings for Evangelion 3.0 have been released by Eleven Arts and Funimation and will begin on January 10th. The film will also be shown in participating Cineplex theaters in Canada on January 11 and 16, with a list of Canadian theaters to be announced at a later date.The list of US theater locations can be found here: http://www.elevenarts.net/th_gallery/evangelion-3-0-you-can-not-redo/
For female fans of Evangelion who want to meet other female fans, there is an event coming up called “Eva Joshi-Kai (Eva Girls Meetup). It will take place on January 18th, 2014 from 5pm to 8pm. The event will be taking place at the Charmant Scena Tokyo wedding venue in Tokyo’s Omotesando area. The event will feature original cocktails, an original Eva nail art demonstration, Eva tarot readings, a cosplay photo session, games where you can win Eva merch, and Eva-related icebreaker activities. Registration is ¥4,990 ($50).
If you’ve been a fan of Neon Genesis Evangelion as long as I have, then you are certainly aware of the extensive catalogue of music that stems from the series. From video game soundtracks to urban-centric remix albums, the music surrounding Neon Genesis Evangelion is large and vastly diverse, encompassing a wide range of musical genres that have enriched the series as a whole. Continue reading →
Funimation confirmed on Tuesday that it will release the Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo (Evangelion Shin Gekijō-ban Q) film on Blu-ray and DVD on February 18, 2014, although the date is “subject to change.” Eleven Arts and FUNimation Entertainment will screen the theatrical print of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo in theaters across the United States and Canada in January. The release date for Evangelion 3.33 BD/DVD has been set.
We are pleased to present a video interview with Spike Spencer, the English voice of Shinji. Spike discusses the role of Shinji in the original Evangelion series, the Rebuild film series, and his overall career as a voice actor/actor. It was done by our good friend V. It is in five parts.
The showing of Evangelion 3.33 “Q” at New York Comic Con in early October was originally announced to be a subbed version, but this was changed to a dubbed version at short notice. Mike McFarland (ADR director for the movie) and Spike Spencer (English voice of Shinji Ikari) were also present, and held a panel after the showing. Continue reading →