‘Fullmetal Alchemist’ Live-Action Film Release Date Announced; Tickets Available With Discounts? CG Alphonse Elric Photos Revealed

24 February 2017, 6:10 am EST By Kate Wales Mobile & Apps
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"Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action film release date has been announced and fans should just need to wait for nine more months to see the highly anticipated movie adaptation. Slated to launch on December 1, "Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action film tickets will be available at discounted prices in Japan. As for the movie details, the team behind the film showed an image of Alphonse Elric, which is created from a visual technology computer graphics (CG).

As per a report by Crunchyroll, the reason behind the December 1 "Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action release date is to allow the movie to reach more fans and viewers across Japan for a lower ticket price. Japan apparently observes a "First Day" discount for all major movie chains every first day of each month.

With "Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action film release date on the first day of December, fans are expected to enjoy a 700 yen discount from the original ticket price. That said, moviegoers can get a ticket for only 1,100 yen instead of the regular price of 1,800 yen.

Apart from the announcement of "Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action film release date, the team also shared a clear photo of "Fullmetal Alchemist's" Alphonse. Reportedly, Alphonse is only CG-created for the movie.

But what's interesting is it's actually the first time that a film in Japan used the said visual technology. In addition, the new CG utilized in the "Fullmetal Alchemist" film was specifically invented for the movie. However, the team has not shared who should voice Alphonse in the upcoming film.

Meanwhile, Alphonse's older brother Edward Elric will be portrayed by a real-life Japanese actor Ryosuke Yamada according to Comicbook. He is known as a member of the Japanese all-male band called Hey! Say! JUMP.

"Fullmetal Alchemist" movie production has already concluded in Japan last August 2016. However, the film adaptation is still undergoing post-production processes currently. For more updates about the upcoming "Fullmetal Alchemist" live-action film, keep checking here at MobilenApps.

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