Izuku Midoriya and his heroic icon, All Might, as they appear in My Hero Academia s anime adaptation. Image: Funimation
Legendary pictures add their ultra-geek movie shifter with a live action adaptation of My Hero Academia . Deadline reports the company has begun developing Kohei Horikoshis manga turned anime franchise for the big screen.
Horikoshi’s shone manga and the very successful anime adaptation of Bones have sparked the world on fire in recent years thanks to their quintessential Japanese captured on Western-star superstars, high school blends drama after an elite class teenage training to be the Next Generation top superheroes in a world where 80 percent of the population is born with forces called “quirks” – with high-level activity. Inspired by Marvel, DC, Super Sentai, Ultraman and many other superhero’s forerunner, it is a series celebrating the serious joy of superhero stories and their troops. At an age of ground, modernized comic comedy heroes dominate the blockbuster market, something wildly splashy and hyperkinetic like My Hero Academia may be the top one-to-one-hit smash superhero movie genre must be healthy.
Although there is no writer or director yet, Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfelter will produce the Legendary project and Ryosuke Yoritomi will be the producer of Shueisha, the Japanese company that owns the franchise
Legendary is currently in production on a Detective Pikachu live action film and created famously Pacific Rim movies that are approximately as close to the live anime as there are. The company also made Christopher Nolan’s films Dark Knight Zack Snyder’s Watchmen Jurassic World The Movies, Warcraft and the New ] Godzilla and Kong films. If somewhere was the right fit for a story, this is Legendary.