Will Smith’s Bright will return to Netflix as an anime featuring samurai and orcs
Netflix released Trailer and Poster for Bright: Samurai SoulIt is an upcoming anime set in the magical world of a live action movie BrightDirected by David Ayer and starring Will Smith.
Regarding This is the first advance from the movie which is Part of the anime from director Kyohei IshiguroIt gives us a first look at the history that lies ahead. The debate is about Izu, Ronin, and Raiden, an Orc, who work to bring a little dwarf and the wand you carry into the land of the Elves. In the north during the early years of the Meiji Restoration in Japan. You can watch the first trailer below:
Bright: Features of Samurai Soul Voice Speaking in English Shang-Chi star and legend of the ten episodes, Simu Liu, as Izou, a one-eyed wandering samurai. Netflix revealed it Fred Mancuso joined the list Leo as Orc Raiden, who is trying to extricate himself from a life of robbery; And Yuzu Harada as young elf Sonia.
Netflix Geeked Twitter account Also share a sticker From Bright: Samurai Soul, which It will premiere on the streaming platform on October 12, 2021. The upcoming anime explores a whole new place and era with a show A new set of characters, many of them appearing on the poster. In it we can see the Human Ronin, the Orc Assassin and the Orphan Dwarf occupying the center of the stage.
Last year, Netflix announced the release of Planning to produce more anime content After noticing exceptional acceptance of this format on the platform, with statistics showing that Over 100 million families around the world have watched at least one anime title On Netflix between October 2019 and September 2020. This is an increase of 50% more than the previous year’s figures.
Bright: Samurai Soul is the latest addition to a A growing list of anime titles on Netflix, with more to come. It joins several other titles planned on the platform, including the Tomb Raider anime series with Hayley Atwell as the voice of Lara Croft, Series (in prequel form) from the anime Army of the Deadby Zack Snyder, and a new sci-fi horror story Make My Day.
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