News Gon Theatrical Movie
posted on 2005-07-14 21:07 EDT
Sprite Animations Studios announced today that Moto Sakakibara, co-director of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, will direct a theatrical CG animation based on the Gon manga. The movie is due for release in 2007. Sakakibara and other Square USA refugees founded founded Sprite Animation Studios in 2002.
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