Is the live-action movie version 'Rockman' delivered on Netflix?
by Matthew Dillon
Although it has been rumored for a long time about Capcom's popular action game series Rockman, it is reported that Netflix is in the process of making a live-action movie.
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The movie adaptation project of Rockman has been reported since around 2015, and in 2018 Capcom officially announced that 'Rockman will be made into a Hollywood movie'. The title is 'MEGA MAN (tentative name)', which is the name of the overseas version of Rockman. Distributed by 20th Century Fox, produced by Chernin Entertainment , who worked on the 'Monkey Planet ' series, directed and written by Ariel Schulman of 'Paranormal Activity 3 ' and ' Paranormal Activity 4 '. Henry Joost 's tag and producer was supposed to be Masi Oka , who made a name for himself in the overseas drama 'HEROES'.
It is officially announced that Rockman will be made into a Hollywood movie, it seems that Rockman is rampaging in live action --GIGAZINE
Rockman Corner, a website that summarizes information related to Rockman, has found information about such live-action movies of Rockman. Rockman Corner has found a page where Supermarché , a production company by director and screenwriter Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost, talks about the projects the company plans to work on in the future. 'Henry and Ariel, and in-house producer Ole-Rose Strauss continue to be active. The features of the work are as follows: Capcom's Rockman adapted to Charnin Entertainment and Netflix, with the script I am in charge of the director. '
Although the information about live-action film adaptation and production / director has not changed, the information that live-action film will be released on Netflix has been revealed for the first time.
Regarding Netflix's live-action film adaptation, Kotaku, an overseas game media, wrote that 'Netflix's recent live-action film adaptation of games and animations (except The Witcher) was horrifying.' In fact, Netflix's live-action version of Cowboy Bebop has just been canceled for Season 2.
Season 2 of Netflix's live-action version of 'Cowboy Bebop' is cancelled-GIGAZINE