Have you heard about the Death Note manga series? Or maybe, just maybe you had a glimpse of its anime series? If you haven?t, then the upcoming Death Note movie adaptation may shed some light on why this series is so popular that it warranted an America movie version.
The release of the manga?s anime version only proved how popular the series was. In fact, aside from the Death Note anime version, a series of live-action films based on the manga were created in Japan. And if you aren?t convinced now that the Death Note movie is something to look forward to in the cinemas, the following reasons may eventually change your mind:
- ?Death Note? is eerily conceptualized in a sense that, you want to try and test the power of the ?notebook.? If by merely writing their names causes the death of the people you list, then what could possibly happen if the person who discovered the notebook is an irresponsible individual?
- And because the notebook is too powerful for humankind, you will, at one point, question your beliefs. While the ?Death Note? looks like it can all all of the human race, there are characters in the series that prove they can counter the curse. ?Death Note? will definitely make you question your strength to fight the oddly created curse. Will you be able to survive it?
- ?Death Note? is not all about death. Believe it or not, you can always find ?some light moments in the series. But don?t don?t count on those scenes to stay longer than expected as the dark side of the series will always prevail.
- ?Death Note? will change the way you look at people, how you judge them and why you shouldn?t condemn their characters just because they do what they do.
Meanwhile, as the Death Note movie adaptation of the manga series is all set to go, some of its main casts members were revealed including Nat Wolff as Light Turner, Margaret Qualley as Mia Sutton, Keith Stanfield as L and Shea Whigham as James Turner.