Tokyo Revengers Live-Action Sequel Confirmed for 2023
Tokyo Revengers returns for one more round! The live-action film is getting a sequel and will bring back Takumi Kitamura as Takemichi Hanagaki. Furthermore, a new teaser confirms that the second film will be released in 2023! The new secret of Tokyo Avengers 2 was shared by Warner Bros. Japan and highlights videos from the first film. In any case, the teaser ends by declaring that the sequel will be delivered within a year. Although an official release date was not revealed, fans are already excited about the second film.
The first Tokyo Revengers movie was delivered in July 2021 and adjusted the first arc of Ken Wakui’s manga, closing with Takemichi returning to the present to meet Hinata Tachibana. Given that, the sequel will likely adjust the Valhalla arc and a portion of the Bloody Halloween arc. This would also mean that there will be some new characters making a big appearance in the live-action sequel.
The sequel’s announcement also confirms that Takumi Kitamura will be exceptionally active in the coming months. It was recently confirmed that the 12 Suicidal Teens animator will play Yusuke Urahime in the live-action series adaptation Yu Hakusho. The Netflix show will debut on the streaming service in December 2023.
Cast of the live action sequel to Tokyo Avengers
At the moment, the new individuals in the cast have not yet been reported. Nonetheless, most of the main cast are supposed to reprise their roles in Tokyo Revengers 2. The main cast included Takumi Kitamura playing the role of Takemichi Hanagaki, Ryo Yoshizawa playing Manjiro ‘Mikey’ Sano, Yuki Yamada playing the character Ken’ Draken Ryuguji in the film, Yosuke Sugino playing the role of Naoto Tachibana, Mio Imada as Hinata Tachibana, Gordon Maeda as Takashi Mitsuya, and Hiroya Shimizu as Shuji Hanma.
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Takemichi Hangaki’s narrative previously appeared as a manga series in 2017 from creator Ken Wakui, following an aimless young man who returns to his high school days to save the previous love of his life from gang violence. Attempting to change the timeline of events by stopping the formation of the gang responsible for her ex’s death, the manga series was later reported to have over 65 million copies available to use, and the second season of the anime is also scheduled to appear. next year.
Warner Bros Japan delivered the new announcement that Tokyo Revengers 2 was on its way within a year in Japanese theaters, fleshing out the impressive time travel story. To dive into the anime adaptation of Tokyo Revengers, the first season is now available to stream on the Crunchyroll streaming service.