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My Hero Academia Gets a Live-Action Adaptation from Netflix

Recent reports have revealed that My Hero Academia will be getting a live-action adaptation from Netflix.

This information was published by The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. If you are interested in film and TV series adaptations, you can check out our other articles here.

My Hero Academia Gets a Live-Action Adaptation from Netflix

The Hollywood Reporter and Variety have reported that the live-action adaptation of My Hero Academia will appear on Netflix. It is still unknown when exactly the film will be available on the streaming service.

The live-action My Hero Academia is still in development and there isn’t even a cast list yet. Legendary Entertainment’s Mary Parent and Alex Garcia will produce it.

So far, there are several line-ups of employees working on the live-action My Hero Academia movie. Shinsuke Sato will be the director and executive producer, where he previously worked on Alice in Borderland. Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Joby Harold will be working on the screenplay.

My Hero Academia is one of the latest franchises to appear in a live-action format. In just 2022, we have seen several film companies working on live-action versions of Yu Yu Hakusho, Death Note, and Golden Kamuy.

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