My Hero Academia: live action movie will be released exclusively for Netflix

The next live action movie from ”My Hero Academia” produced by Legendary Entertainment has just been acquired by Netflix. According to new reports, the streaming platform will exclusively have the new production, which will have a script written by Joby Harold.

Legendary acquired the production rights to a live-action ”My Hero Academia” movie in 2018, being directed by shinsuke sato, who will also serve as executive producer. Sato has already worked on other films based on animeincluding ”Gantz”, ”Death Note: Light Up the New World” and ”Bleach”.

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Written and Illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi”Boku no Hiro Akademia”, or ”My Hero Academia”, is a superhero manga first published in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014. The story takes place in a world where superpowers are commonplace, because each one is born with a unique and special power.

”My Hero Academia” centers on Izuku Midoriya, also known as Deku, a boy who was born without a power, but still dreams of becoming a great superhero one day. A Japanese superhero known as All Might lets Deku join the UA School, an academy dedicated to training superheroes.

Currently, the manga is in its chapter 375, being one of the best sellers of all time. Its great popularity has led to other spin off titled ”My Hero Academia: Smash!”, ”My Hero Academia: Vigilantes” and ”My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions”.

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The anime adaptation of ”My Hero Academia” premiered in Japan in 2016, currently in season 6 and with a total of 124 episodes at the moment. Since then, the anime has released three films, including ”My Hero Academia: Two Heroes,” ”My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising,” and ”My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission.”

The new movie that will be released on Netflix of ”My Hero Academia”, will be the first time that the anime has a live action adaptation, although it does not yet have an official release date.

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