Why Hollywood adaptations of anime movies keep flopping
|01/11/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Anime is a style of Japanese film and television animation with a global fan base of millions.
- Hollywood studios have largely failed to adapt anime for western audiences.
- Hollywood’s $100 million remake of “Ghost in the Shell” completely bombed at the box office and lost at least $60 million.
- Watch the video above to learn why anime adaptations are terrible and what studios can do to make them better.
Narrator: During the course of the original anime film, “Ghost in the Shell,” director Mamoru Oshii, asks an ambitious question. In a world where humans can merge with machines, he asks read more >>>