A battle in Hollywood over the live-action movie version of ‘Voltron.’

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The US Deadline reports that there is a battle over the Hollywood live-action movie version “Voltron” of the US TV anime “Voltron” based on Japanese animation.

“Voltron” integrates and re-edits two unrelated robot animations, “Beast King GoLion” (81-82) and ” Armored Fleet Dailager XV ” (82-83), produced by Toei and has been in the United States since 1984. TV animation broadcast on NBC. The story of soldiers dispatched from the Space Guard flying a super robot “Voltron” and fighting against an empire planning to conquer space became very popular. In 2016, the reboot version of “Voltron”, produced by DreamWorks Animation, was distributed on Netflix.

World Events Productions, which owns the rights to “Voltron,” plans a new live-action movie version, “Voltron.” Rawson Marshall Thurber, director of Netflix’s action blockbuster ” Red Notice, ” co-starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds, will take the megaphone.

Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, Amazon Prime Video and others are fighting for the distribution rights of this project.

Writer Rawson Marshall Thurber, who made his directorial debut with “Dodgeball” starring Ben Stiller, is active mainly in comedy movies such as “We’re the Millers ” and ” Central Intelligence “. He has teamed up with Dwayne Johnson, who starred in ” Central Intelligence” and has worked on action blockbusters such as ” Skyscraper ” and ” Red Notice .”

Since the server director has multiple projects such as “Red Notice 2 (tentative title)” and executive producer of the TV drama version “Dungeons & Dragons”, whether “Voltron (original title)” will be the subsequent work Is unknown.

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