After the success of the anime adaptation of Gantz mangaka Hiroya Oku’s Inuyashiki, it also got a live-action movie adaptation. And after a successful run in Japan, it’s also hitting Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam thanks to Purple Plan.
Purple Plan has announced that Golden Village cinemas will be screening the movie in Singapore starting May 24, 2018. However, they still haven’t revealed the release dates for Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The Southeast Asian release itself will contain Japanese audio with both English and Chinese subtitles.
The film stars Noritake Kinashi as Ichiro Inuyashiki, the middle-aged/elderly protagonist of the manga. Meanwhile, Rurouni Kenshin star, Takeru Satoh, stars as the movie’s main antagonist and sociopathic mass-murderer, Hiro Shishigami.
Shinsuke Satou, who directed the live-action adaptation of Hiroya Oku’s other hot manga, Gantz, is also directing the live-action Inuyashiki movie.