The world of Japanese manga – anime is very diverse. A famous work can be fully exploited through many different forms of adaptation. There are not only anime adaptations of manga or manga/anime adaptations of light novels, but also musical adaptations, novel adaptations and live-action TV series or movie adaptations. However, due to the characteristics of manga – anime, not any work can be filmed smoothly.
Movies set in medieval fantasy can be the ideal entertainment choice for those who love historical films set in medieval or ancient Europe. However, not every fictional anime set in this setting should get a live-action adaptation, and Berserk is one of them.
The epic scale of this epic franchise seems to extend beyond its ability to deliver live-action screen or TV series without denting the spirit of the original manga. Besides, the graphic effects will also be a big challenge when adapting the attractive but bloody and brutal battle scenes in the story.
9. Kimetsu no Yaiba
The anime adaptation of Kimetsu no Yaiba made by Studio UFOtable is considered by many audiences to be a masterpiece because of the quality, staging, and modern filmmaking technology they use. Imagine if live-action is made, how can the film faithfully recreate what UFOtable did with the anime? Although with modern technical conditions, camera angles and CGI may not be too big of a challenge, but to do better than what anime has done is indeed a rather difficult task.
Besides, Kimetsu no Yaiba’s live-action will definitely be difficult to handle in terms of visuals, as the actors have to wear oddly colored wigs and swing their swords to support it without any visual effects. UFOtable’s excellence comes. In addition, the demons can look silly or cheap instead of full of danger like in the anime.
8. Food Wars!
Food Wars-themed anime series! Set in Totsuki Academy, where chef trainees must learn how to prepare quintessential dishes. Movies and TV shows that focus on food, like Gordon Ramsay and Rachel Ray have done, have a good chance of succeeding. Song with Food Wars! Only in the form of manga and anime will it bring excitement and attraction to the audience.
Food Wars! interesting thanks to the brilliant and beautiful visuals beyond imagination, but also because of that, it is almost impossible to accurately reproduce in live-action. Also Food Wars! often has fan service details to create funny moments. Without these scenes, the live-action would be as boring as a reality TV show about cooking.
7. Jujutsu Kaisen
As for anime in the fantasy and supernatural genres, most live-action adaptations are underappreciated. These franchises do more than just live-action film adaptations. Jujutsu Kaisen probably falls into the same category.
A live action adaptation or live-action mini series is completely unmatched by anime. Even the audience will definitely have to watch the actors fight with silly CGI. Dark, complicated manga or anime like Jujutsu Kaisen seem only suitable for anime adaptations.
6. My Hero Academia
Doing a musical version of My Hero Academia is one thing, but a live action movie or mini series is a bad idea. Although the success of the MCU has set new goals for superhero action movies, My Hero Academia doesn’t necessarily have a live action on the big screen.
My Hero Academia live-action series will be like cosplayers battling CGI monsters and villains – something most other adaptation disasters suffer from. So it’s best for My Hero Academia to just stop at anime and game adaptations.
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