Manga and Anima have had a hard time adapting to the big-screen of Hollywood. Films like Speed Racer and Dragonball: Evolution have hit shelves quicker than most direct-to-dvd movies. While M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender was insulted beyond description by critics and fans. Akira is currently in production limbo with a cast slowly being chosen after careful consideration and a budget that could match Avatar. Simply put; anime and manga have a difficult time with the big-screen.

Hitflix reports that Bleach, owned by Viz Media Inc., could now be under the microscope for a big motion picture live-action spectacle. "Get Smart" director Peter Segal is set to produce the adaptation through his Callahan Filmworks, and could end up directing as well. "Wrath of the Titans" screenwriter Dan Mazeau is writing the film, while Michael Ewing and actor-producer Masi Oka ("Heroes") will co-produce along with VIZ Productions. 

The big problem with most adaptations of Manga and Anime is that for one; they shouldn't be created. Most fans agree that in their original form the stories, characters, and events shine truer than anything a second chance can pull off. Secondly, most big-screen adaptations like to go live-action, meaning real actors, real time, shot with everything the real world holds. This perturbs fans the most because the fantasy of the writing and visuals are too difficult or different than what real actors and physics can offer. 

What's your opinion?

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James Wan is a popular man. After the Saw series he created a big hit out of Insidious and now he's currently working on "the Warren Files." With Insidious 2 on the chalk board Leigh Whannell is brought back on to pen the script.
Whannell said:

"I can say that yes, my character will be seen in Insidious 2.  It may probably bum a lot of people out, though, to hear this news. It's part of the reason I don't even read the internet message boards anymore; there was this hatred that spewed out from fans saying 'I hated those guys! They sucked! They ruined the movie!' so there will probably be a lot of people out there who will be disappointed to hear that the Specs and Tucker characters will be coming back."

There is no date on when Insidious 2 will start production but it is slated for a 2013 release.


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