Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 release date has been rumored to release sometime 2017 particularly on Japan’s mid-summer months. After the new season launching, the live-action arrives.
Many Tokyo Ghoul fans have been waiting for the official release of the third season. Albeit the series’ two season are already finished, they still can’t get over with what’s in-store in the next chapter.
While rumors about Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 remains a top trend, the live-action apparently became the second. According to Bloody Disgusting, the film will likely arrive in 2017.
The source mentioned that the principal photography is already scheduled from July to September this year. The premiere will be in the next summer in Japan. Usually, it’d be around late July to August based from the country’s monthly seasons.
In addition, the site confirmed that Japanese actor Masataka Kubota will officially play as Kaneki Ken and Fumika Shimizu as the heroine, Touka Kirishima. “Death Note” director Kentaro Hagiwara will direct Tokyo Ghoul live action movie.
Despite the thrill, fans wondered if the film will surpass or exactly copy the scenes from the anime. This is because the latter successfully adapted the manga. If they can do it, they will surely praise the actors and the whole production like Rurouni Kenshin Trilogy.
Meanwhile, Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 release date details remain a mystery. So far, fans could expect its arrival this year with Touka Kirishima’s history and Haise Sasaki’s identity as the major foci.
In our previous report, Touka’s descent will be give much highlight in the new season since she missed out in Season 2. Unfortunately, there will be lesser gory scenes compared to the manga.
“We hope to remain as faithful as possible to the source material, although we cannot guarantee that more gory scenes such as Touka’s standardized exam test-taking will not be censored,” an anonymous Tokyo Ghoul’s writer named “Bob” revealed.
Moreover, Haise Sasaki’s identity will be known to the audience as well. He is described as a guy with black and white hair like Kaneki’s previous colors. Various sources said that he is actually Kaneki Ken in a different role. This time, he will be a Ghoul Investigator after assumed memory loss.
Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 will air in Winter of 2016 and the anime live-action film will probably arrive between July to August of next year.
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