After the train wreck we all know the Project has become and as pissed off as we still are about the whole matter I didn't see a need to embarrass anyone. All I asked was this: "As a product has BERSERK met your expectations"?Walter said:Cool. So what'd you tell those producers once you were face to face? "I loved every second!" ?
Well they have said before that it depends on how much the first movie makes, so if they're going to do it or not might be already decided. For some reason I doubt they are not going toGobolatula said:"Why was so much of the source material completely disregarded?" Was this question or anything like it asked at any point?
Actually to be honest, I'm curious if anyone asked if they're going to animate beyond these 3 movies. Odds are, the answer would be "That all depends on sales ha ha"
I don't remember them actually saying this though, when did they? This thread gets so boggled in my mind that I can't remember what is rumor and what is an actual quote anymore.SuperVegetto said:Well they have said before that it depends on how much the first movie makes, so if they're going to do it or not might be already decided. For some reason I doubt they are not going to
I don't remember where exactly either, but pretty sure they didDar Klink said:I don't remember them actually saying this though, when did they? This thread gets so boggled in my mind that I can't remember what is rumor and what is an actual quote anymore.
I do remember them initially saying they wanted to faithfully animate the whole manga.
Yeah it makes sense I heard it there. More than the obnoxious Engrish speaking black dude I identify it with that annoying woman who terribly acted like she had known about Berserk before and that she's soooo exciiited about the moviesWalter said:It's in one of the promotional videos where the director and producer were interviewed. Pretty sure it's the one with the obnoxious black dude that speaks Engrish.
Original Japanese:Walter said:Puella graciously translated the interview with the movie's director about what may be animated next.
In brief: Miura would like The Black Swordsman Arc to be next, pending success of the three Golden Age movies.
I'm afraid it is. This picture was originally posted on the film's website a few days ago, on the "news" section. Here's the original postGill said:Just bumped into this horrible thing... I don't know what the source is, but someone please assure me that it isn't official (because it scarily looks like it is)
At least unlike how they did with the movies, Studio 4°C was kind enough to not cram their CGI into this oneGill said:It's far worse than that fast food thing...
I certainly do. Thanks for the info and pics JoeZeon! Cool news that the movie is 130 minutes! Interesting to see how different the models/faces will be in comparison to the first. And finally, the mention of PS3 has got me curious... Although last time they mentioned PS3 it ended up just being the little Berserk weapon feature in Dragon's Dogma, which was very anti-climatic for me!Oburi said:Because none of us care enough anymore.
Me too... Crossing mah fingaz!JoeZeon said:Couldn't see any pics of Wyald, but still keeping my hopes up!
Seconded, I still am not keeping my hopes about the trilogy since we know things have been confirmed cut from the 2nd movie, but it is always good news that they are adding more run time.DirectDK said:I certainly do. Thanks for the info and pics JoeZeon! Cool news that the movie is 130 minutes!
Walter said:Three months before release:
Producer: "Uhhh, guys? There's a LOT of stuff we have to cram into Movie 3."