Death Note 2016 Movie Trailer on Madman; Cinema Screening to Arrive Later This Year

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The Death Note 2016 movie entitled ?Death Note: Light Up the New World? is all set for screening in Australia and New Zealand later this year. But first, let?s take a look at the streamed trailer of the movie. On Thursday, Australian distributor Madman Entertainment started streaming the Death Note 2016 movie trailer wherein the announcement of its scheduled film screening in Australia this year was mentioned.

Meanwhile, fans who will attend the Madman Anime Festival 2016 on September 3-4 will have a chance to view some of the movies props including Death Note. The event will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. ?Death Note: Light Up the New World? will premiere in Japan on the 29th of October, but an earlier episodic prequel entitled Death Note NEW GENERATION will air on Hulu on September 16.

?The Death Note: Light Up the New World? cast includes Masaki Suda as Y?ki Shien, a cyber terrorist who reveres Kira; Sousuke Ikematsu as Ry?zaki, L’s successor and a world-famous detective; Masahiro Higashide as Tsukuru Mishima, a “Death Note otaku” and an investigator pursuing the Death Notes; Rina Kawaei as Sakura Aoi, the most terrible Death Note user ever, an indiscriminate murderer, and the complete opposite of Light Yagami; Mina Fujii as Sh? Nanase, an investigator on the Death Note task force; Eiichiro Funakoshi as Kenichi Mikuriya, a Supreme Court justice who possesses a Death Note; Erika Toda as Misa Amane; Shidou Nakamura as Ryuk and Sota Aoyama as T?ta Matsuda.

?Death Note: Light Up the New World? tells the story of the emergence of new charismatic characters, said to have acquired the DNA of Light. These character will lead the fight against the global cyber terrorists who tries to halt the advance information society.


At least six Shinigamis are expected to appear in the movie as its synopsis suggests only six Death Notes will be allowed to appear in the human world. One Death Note corresponds to One Shinigami.

Are you looking forward to watch the Death Note 2016 movie soon? Don?t miss the latest details about its premiere date in Australia by reading TheBitBag.


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