No, unfortunately both ‘Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood‘ like the original series are still off the streaming platform for now, but Netflix has hit him hard with the live action anime adaptations and has confirmed that it will distribute the sequels to the 2017 film internationally.
A closed trilogy
It’s been several years since a live-action movie of ‘full metal alchemist‘ that tried to encapsulate in just over two hours the story of Edward and Alphonse Elric. Although with certain changes to the original plot of the manga and anime, the story revolves around two brothers who tried to resurrect their mother using Alchemy, but in doing so Al lost his body and Ed an arm and a leg. Since then, the two brothers search for the Philosopher’s Stone in order to recover their bodies.
Although the first film we could see in Netflix It was a bit closed, this year they were released in Japan ‘Full Metal Alchemist: The Revenge of Scar’ Y ‘Full Metal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy’ to form a complete trilogy. As has been advanced by the cast, we will see several characters from the manga of Hiromu Arakawaincluding the antagonist Scar, Ling Yao and Van Hohenheim, making it possible to get closer to the source material.
Fumihiko Sori directs both films again, which can be seen on Netflix this summer. ‘The Revenge of Scar’ will premiere on the platform on 20th of August and ‘The Final Alchemy’ can be seen from 24th Septemberjust a few months after its release in Japan.
Much of the cast from the first film returns to the sequels, including Ryosuke Yamada as Edward Elric Atomu Mizuishi as Alphonse Elric Tsubasa Honda as Winry Rockbell Dean Fujioka like Roy Mustang and Misako Renbutsu like Riza Hawkeye. We will also have Mackenyu Arata like Scar, Keisuke Watanabe as Ling Yao yuki yamada as Solf J. Kimblee, hiroshi tachi as King Bradley and Seiyo Uchino like Van Hohenheim.
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