47 Ronin sequel is one of the most anticipated flicks of all time. Its first installment was dropped in December 2013 and miserably failed to garner positive reviews from the critics. However, a follow to the action-fantasy film gives fresh hope to the viewers globally. 47 Ronin is a retelling of a famous story set in 18th century Japan, with elements of fiction, and creative imagination. Following the tale of 47 ronins who sought revenge for their feudal lord, Asano Naganori, 47 Ronin was not anything close to a smash hit. The Carl Rinsch directed film scored $150 million against its hefty budget and was also, termed as a major box office bomb of 2013. Despite that, Universal has greenlit the film for a sequel in 2020, which has been in talks for quite some time. Here’s everything you need to know about the 47 Ronin sequel/ Blade of the 47 Ronin.
When is Blade of the 47 Ronin releasing?
47 Ronin is known for its delayed productions. The first part’s airing date was pushed back by nearly a year. Thankfully, the sequel to 47 Ronin has gone into production in September 2021. However, we have no specific release date of the Blade of the 47 Ronin as of now. With that, our best guess is that the follow-up will hit the streaming platforms sometime in 2022, at the least. Hoping that the film adheres to its production schedule and surprises the viewers with an early release.
The Blade of the 47 Ronin will drop on the streaming giant, Netflix sooner than later.
What to expect from the Plot of Blade of the 47 Ronin?
Disappointingly, the plot of the second installment in the 47 ronin franchise is still under wraps. Nonetheless, we have a bleak idea about the premise of the movie. The upcoming flick is a mix of several elements from cyberpunk to horror to action. It will have a unique setting and will take an entity of its own, that will be different from its predecessor.
The legendary story portrayed in the film has served as material content for a host of movies, plays, operas, and works of similar nature. Viewers have huge expectations from the sequel for all right reasons. It would be a thrill to witness the ancient story with a contemporary ensemble of performers.
Is there any available Trailer of Blade of 47 Ronin?
The movie is still in its initial phases of production, thus no teaser trailer has been dropped yet. But the trailer is one of the many things that we are gustro about. We shall post the trailer as and when it arrives.
Who is in the Cast of Blade of 47 Ronin?
47 Ronin consisted of a plethora of outstanding actors including Hiroyuki Sanada and Tadanobu Asano. Keanu Reeves was also at the forefront of the film. Currently, there is no concrete information relating to the cast of The Blade of Ronin 47. And it is hard to imagine the original cast reappearing in the sequel because the two parts do not seem to have much resemblance to each other. So the cast remains in dark as of now.
Some reports hinted that Ron Yuan, known for his work, Mulan, is going to helm the project. Ron Yuan has previously served the directorial role on a few series. He has helmed the sequel to the hit dance competition series, Step Up China: Year for the Dance in addition to titles like Wild Card and Black Dynamite. Blade of 47 Ronin will be produced by Universal 1440, Universal, Convergence Entertainment. Tim Kwok, John Orlando, and Share Stallings are the names that we will see as the sequel’s producers. Interestingly, Aimee Gracia, Lucifer fame has teamed up with New York Times best-selling author, AJ Mendez to pen down a diverse and inclusive story for the sequel. The duo has collaborated on multiple projects in the past such as Netflix’s comedy series, Glow and Wonder Woman. In an interview, the writers expressed their excitement to work with Yuan and Universal. Hoping that the duo brings their magic to the screens.
And more specifics about the cast are awaited from the creators and producers. So stay tuned.
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