ghost in the shell tv

Wow people really seem to hate it when characters are changed from the source material

Oh wait, that’s only if the character is changed to anything other than a white straight person… cause we desperately need more straight white people represented in media. 

You would think that people so clearly invested in comic characters would have retained some of the messages comics have been telling for years, like equality, respect, fairness, compassion, unity, friendship and standing up for others just to name a few. but instead i’m sure they’ll just continue spouting this utter garbage. 

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It sort of lets you feel like you’re in on the secret, like you know the world these characters exist in better than they do. The home the characters live in feels like it could be any in the city — your’s, your neighbor’s. There’s a real sense that the city affects them and that they have a life there. Ana Lily Amirpour caught our attention in 2014 with the dark, stylish, and fantastic A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. Read more


It’s been a long-running rumor that Scarlett Johansson would star in Dreamworks Pictures’ Ghost in the Shell adaptation, but Variety reports today that it’s officially true. The adaptation will be directed by Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) and will center around Masamune Shirow’s infamous cyberpunk manga. No word on a projected release yet, though it looks like things will be moving forward a little faster now that Johansson’s officially on board.