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IN PHOTOS: ‘Bleach’ teases BTS shots of the upcoming live-action film

After the upcoming live-action film of acclaimed manga and Japanese anime, Bleach, released its official trailer to the public last April 20, 2018, fans all over the world couldn’t contain their excitement.

Written and illustrated by Tite Kubo, Bleach has outrageous and insane fight scenes that you cannot help but wonder if they’ll be able to pull off well in the live-action version. Set for release on July 20 in Japan, the live-action adaptation stars Sota Fukushi as the protagonist, Ichigo Kurosaki.

Though the filming ended last 2016, a few behind-the-scenes shots were recently released on social media—enough to flip you with excitement.

Check out the photos below:

Bleach, live-action, film, anime, Warner Bros.

Bleach, live-action, film, anime, Warner Bros.

Bleach, live-action, film, anime, Warner Bros.

Bleach, live-action, film, anime, Warner Bros.

Bleach, live-action, film, anime, Warner Bros.

Let’s hope we’ll have a Philippine screening of this soon!

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