Alita: Battle Angel
Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox

Alita: Battle Angel, the cyberpunk live-action film based on Yukito Kishiro’s famous manga with the same name made its huge appearance on 2019 and it received huge attention with a decent box office.

Die-hard fans of the manga right after after seeing the film started looking for a continuation of this robotic future are asking Disney, who had bought twentieth Century Fox, regardless of whether they can anticipate that an arrival should this world. While there has been no new data about a potential continuation, or prequel, that hasn’t prevented fans from ringing their chimes via social media to attempt to stand out enough to be noticed and return to this anime adjustment.

The film featured something of a bluff holder, indicating the genuine reprobate in the last couple of moments of the film and there is absolutely a lot of material left to jump into that was set up in the original manga.

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The Alita: Battle Angel film additionally got selections in the Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature, Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature, Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project, and Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature classifications.

The film opened toward the beginning of February in the U.K. also, in a few nations in Asia before its U.S. debut on February 14. The film at that point opened in Japan on February 22 and positioned at #2 in the cinema world there.

The film has earned more than US$400 million around the world.

The film stars Rosa Salazar in the film as AlitaRobert Rodriguez coordinated the film. James Cameron and his Lightstorm Entertainment accomplice Jon Landau created the undertaking, and Shutter Island’s Laeta Kalogridis written a content. Vocalist lyricist Dua Lipa played out another tune titled “Swan Song” for the film.