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anonymous asked:

hey adamworu!! this is just a random question that came up when i was rewatching the rebuilds but do you think there's a reason why most of the rebuild movies involve more of an action or fast-paced setting as opposed to the anime wherein it's very reliant on slow world and character development? do you think it was more of an "audience appeal" factor? sorry if this has been asked before but i wanted to hear your thoughts!

Anno’s desires for the original series are highlighted in What Were We Trying to Make Here?. Anno’s thoughts in relation to the series that ran in the mid 90s are much bleaker than his thoughts towards making the Rebuilds. Anno speaks of putting his feelings into the series, that being his only thought as production started. What’s really interesting here is that his thoughts before his restart of the production of the series contrasted. Here is the interview to his feelings + intentions regarding original series below

They say, “To live is to change.” I started this production with the wish that once the production complete, the world, and the heroes would change. That was my “true” desire. I tried to include everything of myself in Neon Genesis Evangelion-myself, a broken man who could do nothing for four years. A man who ran away for four years, one who was simply not dead. Then one thought. “You can’t run away,” came to me, and I restarted this production. It is a production where my only thought was to burn my feelings into film.


Now, Anno’s intentions for making the Rebuilds were vastly different from him putting his views into the series. There is an appeal here (as well as to support the anime industry), as Anno states in the interview below

Specifically, among the stagnant mood of the present day, it is the portrayal of will - not technology - that is most important.
To support the fans that support animation, we felt that a work that would appeal to middle and high school-aged men, who quickly grow away from Anime, was necessary.
When we decided that we wanted to something to support the anime [industry] of today, the determination to return to this title was strong.


There was also comments from someone else, a director on the Rebuilds (Recapturing the Look and Feel), Kazuya Tsurumaki, about why he was happy to take the job. Some facets of Rebuild were meant to be in the original series and the reason why those ideas weren’t put in the original was because it wasn’t possible at the time (it may have had to do with Evangelion’s low budget at the time). One good example, Tsurumaki says, is Operation Yashima. If you don’t know what that is, it was the operation in episode 6 of Evangelion to defeat 5th angel Ramiel , using a high-charged positron rifle from a great distance (which used Tokyo’s power). Below is the interview which Tsurumaki, states that the Rebuilds weren’t just a touched up version of the series.

It’s a fact that there were things we wanted to do in the original TV series that just weren’t feasible at the time, and one of our goals in doing this is to find a way to put some of the ideas back in.


Full interview here

What really piques my interest most is the Tsurumaki talking about the goal of putting ideas in the Rebuilds that weren’t possible with the original series. I’m wondering what the rest of those ideas would be as FINAL/3.0+1.0 comes out. Well, actually, FINAL’s got me hyped regardless, but the interview from a director working on the films really gets me pumped because of the ideas which would have been in the original series had they those working on the show were able to. It’s not really a situation of “what could have been” because these ideas are being put in the Rebuilds.

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It’s September 18 2016, and a new official NGE music-video came out today.

I just

(OH, and it’s only going to be up for 24 hours and then gone forever, because that is a thing that is fine to do to my heart, so if you want it you gotta download it now)

The song is Sakura Nagashi which means YOU KNOW WHAT THE SUBJECT MATTER IS and jehfsfnuidhfvuydnvsiu