Fullmetal Alchemist movie teases THAT scene

The latest trailer for the Fullmetal Alchemist live-action movie has a blink and you’ll miss it tease for one of the show’s most tragic moments. Of course we are talking about Nina Tucker and her dog Alexander, which left many viewers with something in their eye.

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The trailer also features the film’s theme song by Misia and a whole lot of action, check it out below.

The adaptation, which hits Japanese cinemas on December 1st, will tell the entire Fullmetal Alchemist story in one film and instead of being 15, Ed will be 20 years old.

When asked about the film, the director Fumihiko Sori (Ping Pong Live-Action) said the following: “I want to create a style that follows the original manga as much as possible. The cast is entirely Japanese, but the cultural background is Europe. However, it’s a style that doesn’t represent a specific race or country.”

Haven’t grabbed the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood series yet? What are you waiting for, pick it up it today! 

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