Idara Victor (Alita: Battle Angel), Tyrone Brown (Bull), Kadeem Hardison (K.C. Undercover, A Different World), Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing (Hunter Street, The Price of Sugar) and Lana Young (Greenleaf) have been cast as series regulars opposite...Show More Summary
Rosa Salazar is constrained by ropes and clamps for a new photo shoot in Rogue magazine‘s latest issue. Here is what the 32-year-old Maze Runner: The Death Cure and Alita: Battle Angel actress had to share with the mag: On one of her first auditions: “The first job I ever got paid for was working [...]
A couple weeks back, audiences were surprised by the unexpected Alita: Battle Angel trailer, from director Robert Rodriguez. Not only was it unexpected because many of us had forgotten that the film was even coming out, but it was unexpected in the way it approached its lead character’s look. The underlying emotional element was another […]
Do you folks know who Rosa Salazar is? I've remember her from Parenthood (and would prefer to forget her from CHIPs), but she's been in a lot of stuff: The Maze Runner movies, American Horror Story, Man Seeking Woman, etc....
Alita: Battle Angel's lead character has some pretty exaggerated eyes, and director Robert Rodriguez has a particular reason for why.
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At some point in the production of every live-action adaptation of an illustrated franchise, creative teams have to go about the important business of choosing just how closely to hew to the aesthetic style of the source material. Staring into the lead character's disturbingly large eyes, it's safe to say Alita. Battle Angel's director Robert Rodriguez chose poorly. More »
I have been waiting for this movie for quite a long time. I still keep an eye on specific productions because I have a personal interest in seeing their final product. Battle Angel is more like me just being a fanboy and wanting to see one of my favorite anime... [Read More] The post FINALLY, Alita Battle Angel has a teaser trailer appeared first on The Movie Blog.
The live-action manga adaptation ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL is a project I have been keeping an eye on for a while, mainly because of who's making it - the film is directed by Robert Rodriguez and produced by James Cameron. A trailer for...Show More Summary
When this trailer started making the rounds on the internet earlier today, most people reacted with a resounding, “wait, what?” Seriously, even people who have been following this movie’s long, interminable development are […] The post Alita: Battle Angel Trailer Asks if Anime Eyes Belong on a Human (No) appeared first on Geek.com.
When a cybernetics doctor finds and repairs an abandoned cyborg, she sets out to rediscover her past. Alita: Battle Angel will be in theaters on July 20, 2018. From visionary filmmakers James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. #Alita Battle Angel is in theaters July 20, 2018. Show More Summary
So you know how Hollywood keeps trying to adapt manga and anime properties by stripping them of any Asian identity? Anyway, here's the trailer for Alita: Battle Angel: The film has been a pet project of James Cameron's for awhile,.....
The official trailer has dropped for Alita: Battle Angel, and I can tell you that it’s vastly different from anything I expected from Robert Rodriguez. Not only is it a lot less pulpy than I thought he was capable of producing, but Alita herself stole each shot of the trailer thanks to those damn eyes. […]
“This is just a body. It’s not bad or good – that part’s up to you.” Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, and Mahershala Ali star in this live action adaptation of the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita. It’s about a cyborg who is resurrected and becomes a bounty hunter.
Talk about big eyes.
The new film from James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez is scheduled to premiere July 20.
Battle Angel Alita, originally titled "Gunnm" in Japan, is a manga that started way back in 1990 about Alita, an amnesiac robot who is rebuilt after being found in a junkyard and discovers that there is something special about her. The...Show More Summary
Those who have been following the development of Alita: Battle Angel know that director Robert Rodriguez wasn’t the man who was supposed to direct it originally. The man who was supposed to be tasked with that was none other than the Avatar master himself, James Cameron. In fact, when it was revealed that the title […]
Rosa Salazar stars as a cyborg brought to life in the first Alita: Battle Angel trailer! The movie is based on a series of popular manga graphic novels and tells the story of a female cyborg that is discovered in a trash yard and uses her martial arts skills to become a bounty hunter. Christoph [...]