I have been watching anime most of my life but one of the formative works that greatly inspired me as a child was Studio Ghibli’s film Laputa, or Castle in the Sky. Released briefly on British television, I lapped it up with wide-eyed wonder. Show More Summary
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Artist Matt Vince inspired himself from various Zelda x Ghibli posters he created a while ago to animate his vision of what a Legend of Zelda would look like after going through the minds of the artists working at Studio Ghibli. Needless...Show More Summary
These are the movie posters and trailer created by two first names artist Matt Vince for an imagined Zelda movie in the style of Studio Ghibli. If such a movie existed, I would eat it up. And not like a kid tasting sand for the first time, but like how my dog eats wet dog food. Show More Summary
A new fan-made trailer was released featuring an animated mash-up between Studio Ghibli's style of animating films and Nintendo's beloved Legend of Zelda series. The mash-up video is already going viral and only clocks in at a simple minute and 45 seconds.
Animator Matt Vince has reimagined the Legend of Zelda and its Kingdom of Hyrule as a Studio Ghibli film, such as Spirited Away and The Wind Rises. The post Legend of Zelda Gets Studio Ghibli-Style Remake in New Fan Trailer appeared first on CBR.com.
The Legend of Zelda is one of gaming's most consistently beautiful franchises, full of unique landscapes and expansive horizons
A while back, artist Matt Vince created a series of awesome posters which combined the world of Zelda with the style of Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli. He’s now brought these to life through a wonderful animated trailer. Now we want a feature film, Nintendo!
Studio Ghibli is venturing into new territory. The animation house’s first international co-production is The Red Turtle, a gorgeous fable from Dutch animator Michaël Dudok De Wit. While not a Studio Ghibli release per se, this wordless wonder is certainly worthy of standing with the Japanese giant’s other titles. Show More Summary
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A fan-made trailer will have you longing to live in an alternate universe where Miyazaki turns Zelda into an animated film.
So, Nintendo wants to get back in the business of letting other people make movies based on their stuff . The Zelda series is obviously a prime candidate, but before anyone goes committing millions to a mute live-action film, perhaps consider an alternative: a Studio Ghibli-style animated feature. Read more...
Nintendo has dabbled in mediums outside of games. Fans have seen television shows, books, and even a Hollywood Mario Brothers movies. But animator is working to help us all imagine what it would look like if the publisher partnered with the legendary animation company Studio Ghibli. In 2015, artist Matt Vince released a series of posters […]
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Starting today, the American Cinematheque presents A Weekend with Studio Ghibli at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. Running through
Alan Becker is a bit of a talented fellow. Not only does he happen to love both Minecraft and the worlds created by Studio Ghibli, but he’s also very, very good at mashing them together. More »
It's been a long time since we last heard anything about Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Previously we found out beloved animation house Studio Ghibli will not be participating in this entry, however, a few Ghibli regulars are on board for character design and music. Show More Summary
For 30 years, the Ghibli studio has lived up to expectations. With every new movie, they successfully bring their audience into their fantasy world, joining their journey to fight evil and restore humanity. This great exhibition is no...Show More Summary