Last week, Netflix's Death Note adaptation premiered in New York City and the screening gave its creators a chance to respond to the widespread criticism of the film's whitewashing of Japanese characters and context. Their responses aren't exactly encouraging, but at least they're talking?
“After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld,” Netflix says in promotional material a...
Hold on to your Death Notes, kids. Willem Dafoe has just signed on to voice Ryuk, the Shinigami who doles out death for fun, in the U.S. adaptation of the uber-popular Japanese manga […]
Netflix's adaptation of Japanese manga 'Death Note' is proving controversial.
Movies like Dragonball Evolution, Tekken, and Ghost in the Shell have soured fans to live-action anime adaptations. Netflix is the latest to try their hand at bringing Japanese animation to life with Death […] The post Death Note An...