Live action the film is in preparation , and it took a giant leap to a screen near you. Netflix has worldwide rights to the film, except in China, where will release it in theaters.
Sunrise, legendary and owner of Gundam, brought in Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island and The kings of summer) to produce and direct the film. Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The last man) write the screenplay and act as executive producer.
Beyond updates on the main creative team and the fact that it’s coming to Netflix, details on the Gundam live-action movie remain scarce. No plot details have been revealed (for example, whether it will take place in the original timeline of the Universal Century of Gundam) and it is not known when you will be able to stream the film. There is also the little question of the Metal Gear Solid movie that Vogt-Roberts .
This isn’t exactly the first live-action Gundam movie. was a made-for-television movie that hit theaters in Japan in 1999. Chances are the budget will be a bit higher this time around.
Meanwhile, Netflix is making a live adaptation of another Sunrise property, Cowboy Bebop. Filming on the series , following long delays caused by the impact of COVID-19 and the lead actor . The show is slated to hit Netflix later this year.