VA casts: (These are same VA casts as FMA:Brotherhood) Edward Elric: Romi Park Alphonse Eric: Rie Kugimiya Winry Rockbell: Megumi Takamoto Roy Mustang: Shinichiro Miki Riza Hawkeye: Fumiko Orikasa Alex Louis Armstrong: Kenji Utsumi
It ended in June 2010 and the accumulated total of series was over 50 million copies, "Fullmetal Alchemist" drawn by Arakawa Hiromu. Elric brothers who committed a taboo, the original manga which depicted their pitiless journey and the whereabouts of their soul on on a magnificent scale called forth an echo. Also, TV animation which was aired in accordance with the ending of manga is still fresh in our minds. That "Fullmetal Alchemist" appears on a screen in summer 2011 again. The director, Kazuya Murata (The series of "CODE GEASS Lelouch of the Rebellion") and character designer and chief key animation supervisor, Kenichi Konishi ("Tokyo Godfathers") are received as the new staff, in addition, the movie brings in Yuichi Shinpo who is the novelist and known for "Whiteout" etc as the screenwriter. Studio Bones engages in creation of anime as well as previous series, and "Fullmetal Alchemist The sacred star on Wailing Hill (Miros)" will be delivered with the scale just like the movie. Edward Elric and his young brother, Alphonse - they were still on the middle of journey with being tossed about by fateful waves... The story of bond which is finally told rises the curtain here now.
Screen caps from the promo that was aired in Japan, courtesy of RoytheFlameAlchemist that was originally posted here.
Additional screen caps from the trailer, posted by Kasumistyhere and by Anomia Greyhere, both originally capped by duckroll and posted on Animesuki.
(The pic below looks like Milos city burning? ...wild-guess ^^)
(The pic below looks like the charred remain of Milos city? ..wild-guess ^^)
Pre-sale tickets will go on sale on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010 in Japan.
Ticket is 1,300 Yen for adult and 800 Yen for child (tax included).
Pic of pre-sale pre-ticket (traded for the real ticket later), bonus cell-phone strap for getting pre-sale ticket, and the bonus drawing by Arakawa when buying GanGan mag and pre-sale ticket. (Info provided by Kasumisty and A Pierrot's Ariahere)
(We'll add more, as we learn more on the movie. ^^)
RoytheFlameAlchemist's original post is on page 21, and the discussion is currently going on on page 30.
Please join our discussion there!!
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================= ETA: Nov. 12, 2010 by Tombow
The Japanese title of the movie is "鋼の錬金術師 嘆きの丘（ミロス）の聖なる星"
tentatively, I'm translating it as... "Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of the Sorrow Mountain (Milos)" I assume the Sorrow Mountain= Milos here. ^^
And, here is the Gyao site that will show the 31 seconds movie promo starting Nov. 15, 2010. (And, yap, only people in Japan can view the promo vid. T.T)
(Screencap of the announcement that has since been staken down.)
You can read more and join discussions on this on page 20.
================ Below is the original post by RaphieL posted on July 4, 2010
At first I thought I misread it due to the next trailer being about another anime. WOW. nice. But really, a movie?[size="1"][/size]
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QUOTE (Vlyse @ Jul 4 2010, 12:16 PM)
I've never seen the Eureka Seven movie, but wasn't it just an alternate retelling of the story? (Just fyi for those who dont know...Eureka Seven is another anime by BONES.)
In any case, I don't see how an alternate retelling is more possible than any of the other possibilities, if even possible at all considering Brotherhood IS the alternate retelling.
About Eureka seven movie (by Bones): The movie story did not start after the last episode: it was an alternate story, but set around the same characters and the same universe. Bones re-used many scenes (such as fighting scenes), but overall the movie had a different story than the anime. But unlike FMA, Eureka Seven's original story is the anime, not the manga.