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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Funimation & Crunchyroll Are Now Working Together To Improve Your Anime Viewing Power!

As of today Funimation and Crunchyroll has joined together to make viewing your favorite anime easier to find and enjoy. Today Funimation has announce FunimationNow, which will offer more English-dubbed anime. While Crunchyroll be added more subbed anime from Funimation.

Here what the announcement states as of today September 8, 2016: 

"Today, Funimation and Crunchyroll announced a new partnership that will make watching anime better than ever. With this partnership, FunimationNow will continue to be your number one source for English-dubbed anime, and Crunchyroll will continue to bring fans the very best in subs. This partnership allows Funimation to focus on giving you a broader selection of shows dubbed in English, faster than ever before. Through our partnership, we’ll be able to bring to market the best new anime from the best studios in Japan all at "near-to-Japan" broadcast times. Together, it’s our goal to bring more anime to fans, and more fans to anime—so everybody wins! To learn more about our partnership with Crunchyroll, please visit our blog and check out our FAQ".


Related: Crunchyrolland Funimation Partnership Announcement

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Hoo-Ray! A Bleach Live-Action Film in the works for 2018

According to Anime Network News, the still popular manga Bleach and its high successful anime is getting a live-action film , which is scheduled for a 2018 release. Japanese actor Sōta Fukushi is to play the part of Ichigo Kurosaki, who by happenstance became a substitute Soul Reaper. 

As you know,  Bleach is the creation of Japanese writer and artist, Tite Kubo. Bleach made its debut as a manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001.  The success of the  manga inspired the television anime, which ran from 2004 to 2012 with 366 episodes. 

 Sōta Fukushi
Bleach, the anime is still highly popular in the USA, and can be viewed at Viz Media , or streamed at Crunchyroll.

Due to the Coronavirus Crisis some of the New issues of Manga, Animes Series and Live-Action Films debut dates features on the Widescreen Online Review websites are either rescheduled or closed down until further notice.

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