Legendary Pictures is adding to its ultra geek slate with a live action adaptation of My hero academy. Deadline reports that the company has started to develop the anime franchise turned into Kohei Horikoshi's manga for the big screen.
Horikoshi's shonen manga and Bones' successful anime adaptation have ignited the world in flames in recent years, thanks to its quintessentially Japanese against Western-style superheroes, combining high school drama, following an elite class of teenagers training to be the next generation. of superheroes of first level in a world where 80 percent of the population is born with powers known as "Quirks", with high octane action. With his inspiration of Marvel, DC, Super Sentai, Ultraman and many other superhero predecessors in his manga, is a series that celebrates the joy of the stories of superheroes and their tropes. In a time of modern and well-founded shots, the heroes of the comics dominate the successful market, something as striking and hyperkinetic as My hero academy It could be the exaggerated and unique success for the superhero movie genre you need to stay cool.
Although there is still no writer or deputy director, Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfelter will produce the project for Legendary and Ryosuke Yoritomi will be the producer of Shueisha, the Japanese company that owns the franchise.
Legendary is currently in production in a Detective pikachu live action movie and produced by the famous The Pacific coast Movies, which are almost as close to live action anime as there are. The company also made Christopher Nolan dark Knight movies, by Zack Snyder Watchers, the Jurassic world films Warcraftand the new Godzilla Y Kong films. If somewhere was suitable for a story like this, it is legendary.