Director and producer siblings Andy and Barbara Muschietti are the talk of Hollywood at the moment after the massive opening for It. Up next, they’re going to make the It sequel—but after that, the hope is they’re going to bring the revered anime Robotech to the big screen. And, just to make sure that’s still on…
Two long years after being announced, there are signs that Warner Bros.’ live-action Robotech movie might actually be moving forward. The Hollywood Reporter says that Andy Muschietti, fresh off directing the upcoming movie adaptation of Stephen King’s horror classic It, has been hired to helm Robotech.
Titan Comics is bringing Robotech back to the world of comic books next month, but not exactly as you remember it. Written by Brian Wood with art by Marco Turini, Robotech promises to be more than a retelling of the original anime series, and io9 has a first full look at the new series.
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The greatest love story of the 20th Century is getting a live-action movie adaptation, and now it almost has a director form the Furious 7 and Insidious director James Wan.
Greetings, my fine, feathered something starting with "F"! Much like you guys in distant 2015, we celebrate April Fools' Day here in my post-apocalyptic future. Of course, nowadays "celebrate" means "murder anyone caught making crap up", but I'm pretty sure this tradition has its origin in your time...
Well, that was fast. It was just this February when we heard that the issues keeping a live-action Robotech moviefrom happening had been ironed out. And now, not only has Sony snapped up that project, they've announced plans for a whole franchise of Robotech movies.
Ah, Giant Robots. Who doesn't love giant mechanical creations stomping around and kicking butt? Over the years there have been many badass robots and mechs that have wormed their way into our hearts, but some are just especially great. So here are our picks for the 10 greatest giant robots, ranked.
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If you were worried that Hasbro's re-release of Jetfire was as close as you'd be able to get to buying Robotech toys again, you're going to love this. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the anime series, Toynami has released a set of four six-inch tall Veritech fighters that can be transformed into their fighter,…
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The film industry is once again trying to adapt some classic Japanese works for today's audiences. On deck are a group of Warner Bros. based producers for Robotech and Australia's Animal Logic Entertainment for Astro Boy.
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Robotech is one of the most-beloved cartoons of the '80s and a pillar of American anime fandom, yet it can barely make a sequel to save its life. It's not for a lack of trying; owner Harmony Gold has tried to produce new Robotech TV series and movies for decades with almost no success.
Today at Anime Expo 2014, Harmony Gold announced their plans to bring back classic 80s anime Robotech via Kickstarter.
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It's been over two years, but the folks behind Argentina's fantastic-looking Robotech fan flick have finally released more than a trailer. The first 10 minutes have just been posted; there are no subtitles, unfortunately, but who needs subtitles when there are Veritechs and Zentraedi Battle Pods running around?
Literary types often regard Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita as the greatest love story of the 20th century. They're close, but it's actually the '80s cartoon series Robotech.