Hiromu Arakawa, It has been decided that two new live-action films will be released in a row as a new project for the 20th anniversary of the serialization of “Fullmetal Alchemist”.
The title is “Fullmetal Alchemist Complete Edition Revenge Scar / Last Forge”, the first part “Revenge Scar” will be screened from May 20th, and the second part “Last Forge” will be screened from June 24th.
In “Revenge Scar”, the story revolves around the popular character, Scar, who is also popular in the original story.
A scar is a man who engraves a disassembled alchemist on his right arm and vows to eradicate all national alchemists in revenge for the Ishvar people who were once destroyed by the armed forces.
In the play, the main character, Edward Elric, is also targeted for life, and the two face each other. In “The Last Training”, the final episode of the original is visualized. The battle with the father, which is the climax scene of the original, and the subsequent Ed and Al, and friends are drawn.
Along with the release date and cast, the trailer will also be lifted. The trailer shows the back of Ed standing in the ruins that collapsed, the profile that looks up at something, and the silhouette of the Mustang wrapped in fiery flames.
It starts with the line “All the people will disappear.” After that, Scar, King Bradley, and his fathers appeared one after another. Narration acted as Ed’s voice in the anime “Fullmetal Alchemist” Romi Park was in charge.
Two more visuals have arrived. On the other hand, Ed, whose right arm’s mechanical armor (Automail) was destroyed, kneels with a frightened expression, and Al, whose body of armor is destroyed, collapses behind it.
On the other side, the figure of Scar, who holds his right arm engraved with the disassembly training team and gives off a sharp gaze like hunting for prey, is projected. A poster that combines two types of visuals will be posted in the theater.
Source: Anime News Network