Check Out The First Teaser Trailer For The Live-Action Bleach Movie!

The official website for the live-action adaptation of Bleach has released a very short teaser trailer for the 2018 film.
The franchise’s first big-screen outing will cover the Substitute Shinigami arc and will be directed by Shinsuke Sato (GANTZ, GANTZ II: PERFECT ANSWER, OBLIVION ISLAND), with Sota Fukushi, who some fans may know as Kamen Rider Fourze as Ichigo.

Check out the teaser trailer here:

The film will open in Japan next summer.

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