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U.S.-made live-action Hello Kitty movie on the way, directors announced

”Hybrid” project looks to be following in the footsteps of Detective Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog.

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The new Godzilla vs. Kong trailer is out! Here’s what Japanese fans think of it

Does Hollywood’s newest entry in the Godzilla Monsterverse live up to Japanese expectations?

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Tokyo theme park closes down, thanks visitors with touching water graffiti message

The only thing better than the message itself is the fascinating water printer machine that “prints” it. 

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Harry Potter permanent exhibition museum to open in Tokyo

Facility recreating environments from Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts films will be built on former site of one of Tokyo’s oldest theme parks.

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Pokémon: Detective Pikachu movie trailer surprises fans with first look at live-action characters

Japanese fans react to the voice of Ryan Reynolds and the decision to give Pikachu so much fur.

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Wonder Woman x Hello Kitty collaboration is coming to Japan

This is the first time ever for Sanrio’s cute cat to team up with a western-made film.

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Babymetal set to appear in new anime series debuting in the U.S.!

The announcement made today by Warner Bros. and Amuse USA has our imaginations running wild with all sorts of animated idol-metal fusion scenarios.

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South Korean artist offers a bare-bones look at our most loved cartoon characters【Photos】

Hyungkoo Lee looks beneath the skin of a whole host of Disney and Looney Tunes characters, imagining what their skeletons might look like underneath.

But the Seoul-based artist doesn’t stop at building these realistic-looking constructions. He then displays them in character, giving us a series of tableaux in which Tom chases Jerry, Sylvester reaches out for a flying Tweety Bird, and the Road Runner is (true to form) perpetually running. It’s like a dinosaur museum…with fictional characters.

Sure, they’re pretty creepy and bound to upset small children, but we’re too impressed to care.

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