Live Action My Hero is Awakening Adaptation Coming to Netflix

Plus, it's ultra! The new live-action movie adaptation of My Hero Academia will go to the Legendary Entertainment store this week. Shinsuke Sato is a director and executive producer of the project, written by Joby Harold (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Dead War). My Hero's Academia follows a group [] [in] a group [she]'s cadet.

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Netflix has officially bought my own live-action movie, The Hero Academia, which will be produced by Legendary Entertainment. Shinsuke Sato (Alice in Borderland) is director and executive producer for the project, which will be written by Joby Harold (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Armatin of the Dead).

The “My Hero Academia” follows a group of different character groups that battle their way through high school in an environment where 80 % of the Earth’s population manifests some type of exceptional ability called “Quirk.” In spite of the big-money idea that many girls dreamed of going to U.S. High School, the most respected hero training academy, Izuku Midoriya was born without a chest. The fact he was born without a heartache makes him almost refuse to go to U.S. High School. Unfortunately after a chance encounter with All Might, Deku is about to get promoted to the greatest hero.

The manga was released worldwide in the journal Weekly Shonen Jump in 2014, with the total number of over 65 million copies (not including digital copies) in circulation. Kohei Horikoshi writes and illustrates the book and is adapted to Weekly Shonen Jump. The anime series premiered in October the sixth season.

The film is going to be distributed theatrically in Japan by Toho Co. Ltd.