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Kamen Rider Fourze, Go-Busters Live-Action Films' Promo Streamed

posted on 2012-07-18 09:52 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
Tokusatsu TV series' films to open in Japan on August 4

The Cinema Today website began streaming a promotional video for the Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Minna de Uchū Kitā! (Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Everyone, Space Is Here!) and Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Tokyo Enetower o Mamore! (Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Protect the Tokyo Enetower!) live-action special-effects films on Wednesday. Both films will premiere in Japan on August 4.

The title character from Kamen Rider Wizard, the latest tokusatsu (live-action special-effects) series in the long-running Kamen Rider franchise, will debut in Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Minna de Uchū Kitā!. Inspired by the Kamen Rider Fourze television series, the story begins when Space Ironmen threaten Earth. The Kamen Rider Club must travel to space and join forces with the space technology development organization OSTO Legacy to defeat the planet's attackers. However, the Alicia Federation that created the monsters and its mysterious agent Inga Blink stand in the the Kamen Rider Club's way.

Based on the Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters tokusatsu television series, the 36th installment in the Super Sentai franchise, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Tokyo Enetower o Mamore!'s story follows the Go-Busters team as they protect Tokyo Enetower from Vaglass. The evil organization tries to obtain the energy source Enetron and threatens humankind's peace. The Vaglass agent Enter's creation Steamloid makes Buddyloid robots rust, preventing them from fighting with the Go-Busters. Unable to use Buddyloids in Buster Machines, the team has to find a way to defeat Vaglass begore it can attack humans again.

People who order advance tickets for the films will receive either a Kamen Rider Fourze or a Red Buster roller stamp. People who see the films in theaters will also receive two Kamen Rider Wizard and Red Buster cards.


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