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Kodansha Rep: Report of Warner Bros.’ Attack on Titan Films Is ‘Incorrect’

Deadline Hollywood reported on Tuesday that Warner Bros. is in negotiations to get the film rights to the Attack on Titan franchise. A public relations representative of publisher Kodansha said on Wednesday that “Deadline’s report is incorrect.”

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The representative noted, “There are many works where negotiations are advancing for film adaptations. I cannot comment on what is within contract negotiations.”

Deadline’s report stated that Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them producer David Heyman would be on board to produce a proposed two-film project that would remake the 2015 Japanese live-action film adaptations. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. was hoping to develop the project after its live-action Akira film. Warner officially green-lit the Akira film in 2011, but the project has been delayed. Former Variety and The Wrap reporter Jeff Sneider reported last summer that Warner was targeting director Justin Lin ( Fast & Furious franchise, Star Trek Beyond) for the project.

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