Bleach Live-Action Movie Finally Reveals Orihime, Chad, And Kisuke Urahara
Despite being an awesome trailer, fans questioned about the addition of few characters in the upcoming live-action adaptation of Tite Kubo’s series. The first trailer of Bleach Live-Action Movie also didn’t reveal the character of Kisuke Urahara, which fans eagerly waited for. But, worry not, the wait is finally over, and definitely, you’ll get your queries sorted out from the brand new trailer that Warner Bros recently dropped.
The absence of Yasutora Chad and Orihime Inoue in the first trailer had us all worried but, the recently released new trailers finally reveals both of the characters in their role of aiding Ichigo.
The trailer also featured the Kisuke Urahara, whom fans have been waiting to see ever since the first trailer dropped. HIs costume and over designs looks similar to that in the anime version, and to be honest, it couldn’t get any better. Hope, they do justice to the original character in the movie.
The Full Cast of Bleach Live-Action Movie:
Erina Mano will play the character of Orihime Inoue, and we’ll see Tomo Koyanagi as Yasutora Chad. Seiichi Tanabe will play as Kisuke Urahara, Yosuke Egochi, and Masami Nagasawa will play the characters of Isshin Kurosaki, and Masaki Kurosaki. Sota Fukushi plays the character of Ichigo Kurosaki, Hana Sugisaki plays the character of Rukia Kuchiki, Miyavi as Byakuya Kuchiki, Ryou Yoshizawa as Uryu Ishida, Taichi Saotome as Renji Abarai.
Earlier, Warner Bros revealed the poster for Bleach Live-Action Film and released the first trailer which sparked few questions regarding few characters. Bleach Live-Action Movie will cover the arc of “Substitute Shinigami.”
Bleach Live-Action Film is set to hit the theatres on 20th July 2018 in Japan.
Bleach is supernatural series by Tite Kubo, which centers around a high school student, Ichigo Kurosaki. Ichigo is not like the rest of the people as he has a special ability to see and connect with ghosts. Soon, a shinigami, Rukia Kuchiki comes into his life changes his life forever. A hollow attacks Ichigo’s house and to protect all Ichigo becomes a Shinigami himself and thus marks his journey with the responsibility of the duties of a Shinigami.
Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump serialized the manga series from 2001 to 2016, and a total of 74 volumes was released. Studio Pierrot adapted the manga series into the anime which ran from 2004 to 2012.