Between the mid nineties to some of the first decade in the new millennium, a sudden reading wave swept over the nation as a vast majority of kids, teenagers and adults started reading the hottest manga (Japanese comics) that were delivered to us and placed in bookshelves everywhere. Now Warner Bros' has begun catching up with that craze, the first of the live-action adaptations they're currently in the middle of development on ("Akira"). The studio is now looking to bring the popular manga "Bleach" to the big screen in their own Americanized live-action supernatural adventure movie. They have Dan Mazeau ("Wrath of the Titans") on board to write the script.
"Bleach" was created by Tite Kubo, centering on a young arrogant teenage boy by the name of Ichigo Kurosaki who has the ability to see ghosts. He meets Rukia, a Soul Reaper who ends up converting Ichigo into on himself in order to save his family from a Hollow Shimigami, thus beginning a large series of adventures between the two of them in the human world as well as the Soul Society.
Do you think they should be making a movie out of "Bleach"? Why or why not?
Source: Screen Rant
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