Live-Action Terraformars Film's Ad Shows Theater Manners

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Film based on Kenichi Tachibana, Yū Sasuga's science fiction manga opens on April 29

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.
Text: Mars
Narrator: There, the black creature that all humanity hates had evolved abnormally. But wha-wha-what!?
Text: 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.
Text: Attack!
Narrator: However, the humans stand up to the Terraformars by merging with insects' DNAs to fight against them.
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's staff previously streamed three clips in the last three weeks with incomplete CG featuring scenes from the film.

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.

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