The live action film adaptation of hit superhero anime My Hero Academia is now set to land on Netflix!
It’s also been confirmed that the screenplay will be written by Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Joby Harold.
Legendary Entertainment is producing the film, which will be directed by Shinsuke Sato. His previous live action projects include Bleach, Inuyashiki, and Gantz. However, this will be his first English-language film.
Adapted from Kohei Horikoshi’s manga of the same name, My Hero Academia is set in a world in which the majority of people have superpowers known as “Quirks.” The story follows a Quirkless boy named Deku, who is determined to become a superhero.
Produced by Bones, the TV anime began in April 2016. Season 5 ended on September 2021. Three anime films have been released, with the most recent premiering in summer 2021.
Adapted with permission from Anime!Anime!