Netflix releases a mysterious teaser for Gamera’s new project, Rebirth

It took a decade for the MonsterVerse to start and longer for Reiwa’s tenure in kaiju cinema to begin paying dividends to audiences around the world with Shin Godzilla And the Shin Ultraman. Two major players are represented but a giant monster from Japan has been sitting on the sidelines for 15 years, Kadokawa Daii’s turtle friend Gamera Kids.

Gamera in Gamera: The Giant Monster (1965), Daiei Films

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As of this week, it has been revealed that all changes. After announcing the sudden appearance of a teaser on Kadokawa’s Anime YouTube page, the fire-breathing Guardian of the Universe is back to undergo a rebirth in a mysterious new project from Netflix. The teaser shows a glowing version of the mega-man in the shadows before approaching his eye.

An update to his classic growl that fits perfectly into the MonsterVerse style can be heard at the end which, while sparking anticipation, doesn’t tell us much. We don’t actually know if the secret project is known as Camera: rebirth It is a movie or series but we can make the learner guess that it will be animated.

according to Rebirth web page translated onceIt will also be distributed worldwide which numbers gave Netflix global reach and popularity of Anime, Godzilla and Ultraman with its user base. This will be the first time in nearly two decades that a Gamera movie has been released to any type of audience since then Gamera: Brave in 2006.

Gamera in Gamera: The Brave (2006), Kadokawa Films

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Godzilla and Kong will be coming out of retirement as of 2014, and while they were having all the fun, Gamera is still waiting for this moment. A 2016 short film about a Super Monster battling an apocalyptic swarm of Gaos demonstrated the potential for a CG spin on things. However, that was written off as a proof of concept and it amounted to nothing.

The height of Gamera’s existence occurred decades ago when the Heisei movie trilogy reinvented the character after another 15-year drought. Consisting of Gamera: Guardian of the UniverseAnd the Gamera: Legion AttackAnd the Gamera: Iris’ Revengethe stage is the hallmark of kaiju cinema that has not been surpassed in the eyes of its fans.

In another one of the few discoveries about him New birth We know that ’90s trilogy creator Shusuke Kaneko won’t be involved, even though he’d love to.

Citing this is what we got covered As saying: “When I came up with my own idea for Reiwa Gamera and made a show, KADOKAWA has already started a new project, and it is the content that makes me think that’s what happened, so I can expect that too.”

Gamera in the rain

Gamera in Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris (1999), Daiei Films

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Kaneko would continue, “With that in mind, I’d like to support the team from the point of view of a baseball commentator who has experience coaching a Gamera team until they win championships and pitches again”—an interesting analogy that exposes a director’s influence on his team. Type.

Gamera missiles in exchange for Guiron

Gamera in Gamera vs. Guiron (1969), Daiei Films

Shin Godzilla And the Shin Ultraman Co-director Shinji Higuchi spent his humble beginnings under the tutelage of Kaneko on the set of his Gamera films as an SFX director. Just as Higuchi put his touches on Tsuburaya and Toho’s IPs, he’s largely responsible for the sharper view towards the giant in the half-shell that took over Eiga.

Camera: rebirth It might do the same thing a whole generation later but we’ll have to see when it finally gets released. We don’t have a due date for that yet, but by the time it gets here, it’ll be joined by a new Godzilla movie from Japan, a movie from Legendary Pictures featuring Kong, and an Apple TV Plus series.

Camera rebirth

Gamera Rebirth teaser trailer, KadokawaANIME

next one: Gamera Filmography re-released on new Blu-ray Box sets

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