After its acclaimed anime series Psycho-Pass, which ran for 22 episodes from 2012 to 2014, comes a new movie in 2015. The sequel, called Psycho-Pass 2, will open in theaters in Japan in January 2015. A feature film is also in the works. Fans can expect the new movie to be as dark and twisted as the original. Anime fans can watch all three seasons of the series on home video.
The new film in the Psycho-Pass franchise marks the series’ tenth anniversary and will be directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani. The film is part of the tenth anniversary celebrations and will be produced by Production I.G.’s company. It will be set in a dystopian future where the premise is based on real-life events.
PSYCHO-PASS PROVIDENCE will be a theatrical release. It will be a remake of the PSYCHO-PASS manga series. The plot will feature Akane Tsunemori and Shinya Kogami, as well as the other members of the Overseas Coordination Bureau Action Division. The film also stars Akane Tsunemori and Shinya Kogami as members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Overseas Coordination Bureau. Yayoi Rokugozuka will play Ginoza, a detective who has a nickname of Ponichika.
PSYCHO-PASS Radio is a radio program that aired on the second Friday of each month during the first season. The show features original illustrations and an exclusive menu created by the cast and crew. The radio show will be hosted by Nobuchika Ginoza’s voice actor, Kenji Nojima. The series premiered in Fall 2012, and was followed by a theatrical version and trilogy of movies. In addition to a new movie, PSYCHO-PASS is commemorating its tenth anniversary with a special livestream program.
PSYCHO-PASS, the anime series that stars Tomokazu Seki as Shinya Kogami, is celebrating its tenth anniversary by preparing various projects for its fans. To commemorate the 10th anniversary of PSYCHO-PASS, Seki is appointed as ambassador. The series’ radio program is returning to Onsen Internet Radio Station and Spotify. Kenji Nojima, the voice actor of Nobuchika Ginoza, is also set to return as its host.
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