Live-Action Terraformars Film's Ad Shows Theater Manners
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for the live-action film of Kenichi Tachibana and Yū Sasuga's science-fiction manga Terraformars began streaming a manners video on Tuesday. The video describes the film's premise and advises audiences on what not to do in a theater, such as using your cellphone, making noise, or flying.
Shōkichi: It's starting!
Text: Terraforchannel - Theater manners
Narrator: In the 21st century, the human race has gone through a population boom. The planet they decided on for relocation was Mars.
Narrator: There, the black creature that all humanity hates had evolved abnormally. But wha-wha-what!?
Narrator: They evolved into a humanoid lifeform! 15 Japanese people were sent to Mars to exterminate the abnormally evolved creatures called Terraformars, but they weren't told anything. Too bad!
Text: Too bad!
Narrator: The violent and powerful Terraformars attack the squad members one by one.
Narrator: However, the humans stand up to the Terraformars by merging with insects' DNAs to fight against them.
Text: OMGGGGGG :D
Narrator: The giant entertainment film depicted on a large scale.
Text: Phones off during the movie
Narrator: Let's all be courteous and enjoy the film together.
Text: Don't blow during the movie
Text: Don't jump during the movie
Shōkichi: That's it. Abide by movie theater manners and enjoy the Terraformars movie!
The site previously streamed a trailer for the film earlier this month.
The film will open in Japan on April 29, during the Golden Week holidays. Takashi Miike (live-action films of Ichi the Killer, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Yatterman, As the Gods Will, Crows Zero, Mogura no Uta) is directing the film, and Kazuki Nakashima (Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill) wrote the screenplay. A live-action prequel, Terraformars: Aratanaru Kibō (Terraformars: A New Hope), will premiere online on April 24.