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Director talks about My Hero Academia Live-action on Netflix



In December 2022 we reported that the Netflix would be producing a live-action film adaptation of the manga My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) by Kōhei Horikoshi and since then we haven’t heard anything new, at least until now. In an interview with Collider the director Joby Harold confirmed that he is working on the live-action and that it will be something big.

In the interview the director and producer Joby Harold who is currently busy with Monarch: Legacy of Monsters confirmed that My Hero Academia Live-action at Netflix is really going to happen and that he is excited about the project.

Harold responded when asked if he is still working on My Hero Academia Live-action:

And yes. Absolutely. It’s something I’m working on and loving working on. I’m excited to do this and release it. It `s a big. I can talk about the fact that it’s live-action, and I think that’s probably all I can talk about, but it’s a big thing in my life. I’m really enjoying it.

Continuing, Harold reinforced that My Hero Academia It’s in active production, but that’s all we know for now. As for what this adaptation will cover, no details have yet been revealed. For now, the LegendaryEntertainment and the Netflix are keeping quiet about this ambitious project.

While this live-action adaptation continues behind the scenes, the manga’s creator, Kohei Horikoshi, kicked off the manga’s final act months ago, and its last few arcs have been intense. As for the anime, My Hero Academia will return with its seventh season on Studio Bones in Spring 2024.

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