Live-Action Bungō Stray Dogs: Beast Film English Subtitled Trailer Reveals Taku Iwasaki’s Music From Anime, GRANRODEO E! News UK
An event for the Bungo Stray Dogs franchise launched the full trailer with English subtitles and a new visual for Bungo Stray Dogs the movie: Beast, the live-action film of the light novel of the Kafka trailer Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast, Saturday. The teaser announces the musicians of the film and more of the cast.
Taku Iwasaki returns from the anime version to compose the music for the live-action movie, and the rock unit GRANRODÉO Also returning from the anime to contribute to the theme song for the live-action movie “Tokei-mawari no Torque” (Clockwise Torque) – as heard in the trailer above.
Mitsu Murata plays Tatsuhiko Shibusawa, and Yūta Kishimoto plays Fyodor D., Hirofumi Araki rooms Ango Sakaguchi, and Keisuke Minami plays the director of the orphanage.
As previously announced, Shōhei Hashimoto and Yûki Torigoe resume their respective roles of Ryūnosuke Akutagawa and Atsushi Nakajima.
The actors, many of whom also return from the various plays, also include:
Koichi Sakamoto (009-1: The end of the beginning) is directing the film and Asagiri wrote the screenplay. Kadokawa distributes the film.
The “what if” story imagine if Atsushi Nakajima was in the port mafia and Ryūnosuke Akutagawa was in the Armed Detective Agency, instead of vice versa. The story follows Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, who swears revenge on a man dressed in black in order to save his sister. However, as he is about to starve to death, a man from the Armed Detective Agency appears.
The film will be released in Japan on January 7.
The Bungo Stray Dogs BEAST light novel shipped to Japan in April 2019. Shiwasu Hoshikawa launched a manga adaptation on December 26, 2019.
The first animated television adaptation of Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa‘s Bungo Stray Dogs manga released from April to June 2016, and Crisp aired the series when it aired in Japan. The second 12-episode series of the anime aired from October through December 2016, and Crisp aired the series again when it aired. Funimation and Crisp released the series in home video with an English dubbing. The third season of the anime premiered in April 2019 and aired for 12 episodes. Crisp and Funimation both aired the series. Kanaineko‘s Bungo Stray Dogs Wan! (Bungo Stray Dogs Ruff!) Derivative manga inspired TV anime that premiered on January 12 Crisp and Funimation aired the anime. as broadcast in Japan.
The same event on Sunday announced a new season of anime.
Sources: Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast movie website and Twitter Account, Comic Nathalie