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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Movie Teaser Streamed

posted on 2010-11-14 04:16 EST

The official website for the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood movie began streaming a teaser trailer on Sunday. The teaser confirms that the title of the movie is Fullmetal Alchemist: Milos no Sei-Naru Hoshi and that the movie will open throughout Japan next summer.

The website states: "Edward Elric and his younger brother Alphonse — tossed by the waves of destiny, the two are still on their journey…." According to the teaser's tagline, the movie will "finally tell the story of forbidden bonds."

The teaser and the website list the following staff:

Creator: Hiromu Arakawa
Director: Kazuya Murata (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion episode director)
Script: Yūichi Shinpo (Whiteout novelist, Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Uchū Kaitakushi)
Character Designer/Chief Animation Director: Kenichi Konishi (Tokyo Godfathers)
Animation Production: Bones

The website lists the following cast:

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

Advance tickets will go on sale at participating theaters on November 22, the same day that the 27th and final volume of Hiromu Arakawa's original manga goes on sale. The first round of advance tickets will come with a bonus Edward Elric rubber strap. People who bring the final manga volume when they buy the advance ticket will receive the rubber strap, a special board (shikishi) illustrated by Arakawa, and the opportunity to have their manga volume's "Memorial Stamp Page" imprinted with the "Hagaren Memorial Stamp."

The manga ended in Square Enix's Shonen Gangan magazine in June, and over 50 million copies of the manga have been published.

[Via Livedoor, Uri-Sure Matome +]

Update: More background information added.

Image © Hiromu Arakawa/HagaRen The Movie 2011

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