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What anime do fans want to see with Hollywood live action? The answer will not surprise you

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A survey of 1000 Japanese users makes the audience’s preferences very clear.The anime industry is an industry that has grown tremendously in recent years and has proven to be able to establish very good relationships. ‘expansion, for example, through adaptations of video games. However, where we hardly find a single promising result is in the concept of live action, which is why the franchise surveys they want to take in Hollywood tend to have somewhat of a results. “ individuals ”. Kimetsu no Yaiba tops the anime list but … there is a much more popular “ other option. ” This is how we see it in an investigation saved by user DBS Chronicles, which was conducted between April 28 and May 1, 2021 in response to the famous Netflix adaptation of “One Piece” – which does not yet have a release date. The survey therefore left us with the participation of 1000 users – men and women – assiduous to platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Kimetsu no Yaiba wins “gold medal” among tangible results Without further ado, we leave you the results below, which despite their comicity are not really surprising: None – 456 votes. Kimetsu no Yaiba – 60 votes. Shingeki no Kyojin – 48 voices. Jujutsu Kaisen – 34 voices. Naruto – 24 voices. Detective Conan -18 votes. Slam Dunk – 15 voices. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure – 15 voices. My Hero Academia – 15 voices. Hunter x Hunter – 14 voices. The Promised Neverland – 10 voices. Haikyu !! – 10 votes. One Punch Man – 8 voices. Bleach – 8 voices. Neon Genesis Evangelion – 8 voices. Dragon Ball – 7 voices. Crayon Shin-Chan – 6 voices. Lupine III – 6 voices. Kingdom – 5 votes. The Prince of Tennis – 5 votes. As we can see, overwhelmingly, the reality is that anime fans prefer not to do any live-action adaptations. While it is true that the sample is very limited in view of the number of subjects, the reality is that the big difference in data is that which allows us to appreciate the terrible perception that has accumulated over the years in the face of failures such as those of “Dragonball Evolution” or “Death Note”. The truth is, despite the panic of a live-action adaptation today, whether in Hollywood or some other market, there is already a slew of productions on the move under big, historical names. In the shared article you can find, for example, what was announced some time ago on the set of the live-action of the iconic “Cowboy Bebop”.