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The desired escape told in a new way! The live-action adaption of the hit anime & manga series, The Promised Neverland is getting fans ready with new screen stills.
Based on a series that follows a group of children trying to escape a seemingly peaceful confinement that has an age deadline, the series has garnered critical acclaim for its writing and animation.
The Newest Batch Of Movie Stills:
The film will be changing some of the plot though, most notably the age at which children are moved away from the home, going from age 12 in the anime to age 16 in the film. This is likely to help the fact that the lead actors are 19-year-old Minami Hamabe as Emma, 17-year-old Rihito Itagaki as Norman, and 13-year-old Jyo Kairi as Ray.
Set for a winter 2020 release, there are no details currently on a western release.
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