In the past few days, film production company Toho announced that it has signed a multi-year deal with Netflix that will guarantee the platform two of its structures in Tokyo to create live-action series, including those dedicated to the famous works of Togashi. This was immediately confirmed., Yu of the ghosts.

In particular, Netflix appears to have requested the temporary purchase of studios 7 and 10 as well as 10 soundproof sets, 2 actor centers and a production center, all starting April 1, 2021. So it seems that the US streaming platform has some big plans for the future, and likely Yusuke’s adventure could have a worthy live-action take on it.

While no release window has been defined for the series that isn’t even indicative, Netflix has repeatedly confirmed in the past that the release will happen simultaneously around the world. Kazutaka Sakamoto will serve as executive producer, flanked by Akira Morii, who will instead produce from Robot Studio. What do you think of these big requests from Netflix? Do you think this could just be the beginning of a great live action project devoted to anime? Let us know with a comment below.

Recall that Yusuke is the protagonist of a great statue and we will let you find out why the manga ended.

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