'Attack On Titan' Movie Is Missing The Most Popular Character


One of the biggest questions raised by the upcoming live-action Attack on Titung movie is “Where the hechồng is Levi!?” In a recent interview with the movie’s screenwriter, Tomohiro Machiyama, he revealed that changing the setting to nhật bản may be why the badass neat freak is missing from the live-action movies.

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According to lớn Machiyama, the world of the live-action movie và the world of the anime và manga are fundamentally different worlds, thus changing the setting of the movie to lớn nhật bản. The movie has a Japanese tone of sorts & a little less European than the anime và the manga adaptation. And because they changed the setting, they also changed the race of some characters & changed them from German lớn Japanese, like Eren, Armin, & the rest of the cast with the exception of Mikasa who is already half-Asian. Machiyama also pointed out that Japanese fans (or AoT fans in general) don’t want lớn see Japanese actors playing German characters.

And while some retained their German names, the biggest naming problem was Levi. Levi, whose name is リヴァイ (Rivai) in Japan has the katakamãng cầu character, ヴ, which is (v), & that does not sound Japanese at all. Characters who were “race-lifted” lượt thích Eren would be easy to lớn write in Japanese, & thus are more natural, but Levi is not.

While one of the most badass neat freaks in anime is left out of the movie because his name would cause a conflict with the story’s new setting, there is however the new character named Shikishima, who is described as the “Strongest Man”. Whether he is a successful surrogate for the real Levi is still a question however.

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In the interview, the renowned screenwriter và movie critic also admitted that the sequel movie, Attachồng on Titan: End of the World, might not be accepted by many fans of the anime & manga as it will get them “heated”. He said that there are a lot of major changes in the new movies, especially with the main characters.

In the anime & manga, Eren is more vengeful & vows to kill every single tichảy out there, however, in the live-action movie, Haruma Miura’s Eren is more afraid of titans và is often crippled when seeing them. And Mikasa is not the badass tichảy killer we know in the original, but serves more as a love sầu interest for Eren.

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However, it seems that a few of those changes, particularly in Eren’s character, were made on the request of Attack on Tirã creator, Hajime Isayama himself. Isayama asked to lớn change Eren’s character as he is “not sympathetic as a shounen manga protagonist” and even said himself that he wants lớn see Eren become “paralyzed with fear” whenever he sees a titung. Well, we can’t argue once the creator himself steps in và says he wants a different Eren, right?


But despite the fact that the movie does not have sầu Levi in it or that Mikasa and Eren will be quite different, Machiyama still said that he is confident that the movie will be successful and will be well-received by the fans.

The first movie will simply be titled Attaông chồng on Tichảy & it will premiere in nhật bản on August 1, 2015. The second movie meanwhile will premiere on September 19, 2015 và it will be titled Attaông xã on Titan: End of the World. The movie will also be shown in Singapore, & more details about the Singapore premiere can be seen through this link

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