Elon Musk just presented Alita the Battle Angel back around in a fancy starship. Over on Twitter, Musk got the Internet humming when he posted an image of a SpaceX rocket highlighting Alita, and the shot has fans wherever posing inquiries. The entire thing began when Musk hit up Twitter as he always appears to do and this post takes the cake among anime fans.
You can’t see ordinary or everyday a real rocketship improved with Alita on it, below, shows Alita seemingly put over a rocketship built by SpaceX and it highlights message on top which reads All or Nothing and at the bottom Mars Hunter Warrior.
Elon Musk the billionaire has discussed his enthusiasm for anime previously, and it’s a given that he’s sufficiently affluent to skin SpaceX rockets in any capacity he’d like. The artist behind this Alita art spoke up to guarantee the work of art over on Twitter when he saw his specialty on SpaceX’s Starship. Francesco Canonico said it was an “honor” to have his fine art displayed in the post. And just before all this happened the Alita fanbase (Alita Army) hired a plane to fly over the Oscars with a flag announcing their desire for a sequel.
Alita: Battle Angel has earned more than US$400 million around the world.
The film stars Rosa Salazar in the film as Alita. Robert 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 song titled “Swan Song” for the film.