According to media reports, “Hawkeye” director Rhys Thomas has been confirmed as the director of the live-action “Super Dimension Fortress Macross” movie. The film was produced by Sony and titled “Robotech”.
The film is currently in development, with a script written by “Iron Man” writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway, and “Animal Practice” writers Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka rewritten.
The American Golden Harmony Company, which originally introduced the “Super Dimension Fortress Macross” animation to edit and promote it, also participated.
In 1980, American Kinho Sound Company re-edited three Japanese animation works “Super Dimension Fortress Macross”, “The Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross” and “Kikô sôseiki Mospeada” into an 85-episode TV animation, named “Robotech”.
Based on the well-known anime TV series, the film is written by “Iron Man”, with director Thomas and the “300” production team who soared after directing the Disney+Marvel series “Hawkeye”. , presumably “Super Dimension Fortress Macross” live version will not let us down.
“Robotech” is a branching sci-fi epic that begins with Earth developing a giant robotic technology from an alien spaceship that has crashed onto a small island in the South Pacific. Humanity had to use this technology to defend against three successive waves of alien invasions.
The first war is between humans and alien giants. The enemy is to recapture the energy called “prehistoric energy” on the flagship, and the life and death of the earth is ultimately tied to the hands of two young pilots…
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