To commemorate the continuous release of the two-part series “Fullmetal Alchemist Complete Edition: Revenge Scar / The Last Alchemist”, which was made into a live-action movie in December 2017, with the animated version of Ed. A special trailer with comments by voice actor Park Romi and Rie Kugimiya, who played the Al brothers, has been lifted. The movie will be released on May 20th for “Revenge Scar” and June 24th for “The Last Training”.
Park played the main character Edward Elric in the anime versions of “Fullmetal Alchemist” and “FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST”, and Kugimiya, who played his younger brother Alphonse Elric, commented on their expectations and support for this live-action movie.
The special trailer that was lifted is a trailer that fully conveys how Ed and Al, who have been loved by many fans so far, are looking forward to the release of the movie. It is the last movie. Before the trailer’s release, a miracle collaboration between anime and the live-action film was realized.
Ed and Al will start talking with the trailer video of the movie that was lifted at 4 am on the 2nd today. Who will play some characters, the live-action film being released, and the excitement that super-powerful images, numerous battles are drawn, and the story of the original will be drawn to the end? I’m also expecting it.
“Fullmetal Alchemist” (Fullmetal Alchemist) is a dark fantasy set in a fictional world where alchemy exists. The main characters, Edward and Alphonse’s brothers, are so eager to meet their mother. She died at an early age and performed the greatest contraindication to alchemy to revive dead humans, human transmutation. However, the training failed. Edward loses his left foot, and Alphonse loses all his body. Edward barely managed to settle the soul of his younger brother Alphonse in his armour in exchange for his right arm, but the brothers had to pay too much. Edward and Alphonse set out on a journey to find the phantom technique amplifier “Philosopher’s Stone” to regain their lost body.
A popular manga serialized in the monthly “Shonen Gangan” from 2001 to 2010, it became a famous work made into a TV animation (2003-2004 and 2009-2010) and a live-action movie in 2017. The projects to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the work were started one after another.