Animation director Takeshi Honda in a recent interview confirmed that the Evangelion Remake is currently on the works. In fact, he even said that he hopes the Evangelion will end properly before he retires. Implying that he?s getting older, he?s putting his energy on the series installment to give fans the best they can have.
The confirmation came during an interview with UK Anime Network wherein he said ?We’re actually working on the new Evangelion film right now. We’re working hard and it’ll come out eventually, so thanks for all of your patience – please continue to be patient, because it’s going to be the last episode.”
Evangelion Director Talks About the Remake
Director Hideaki Anno implied that he?s all set to return and took the reigns in the remake. Things are even looking great for the Evangelion Remake after . After working on the Shin Godzilla, he said during an interview that ??First of all, I would like to apologize. I have kept you waiting for the new Evangelion for a very, very long time. I am deeply sorry. To me, Evangelion is my soul; it is a work that scrapes off bits of my soul. The previous work, Evangelion Shin Gekij?ban: Q scraped me down until I wasn’t able to make anything anymore. Now I feel like I can continue working on Evangelion.”
The Evangelion tetralogy film first premiered in 2007 entitled Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone. It was followed by Evangelion: 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance in 2009 and Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo in 2012. The upcoming film, which was announced as early as 2012, has the title ?Evangelion Shin Gekij?ban :|| or Evangelion: 3.0+1.0.
The fourth installment in the Evangelion series was first slated for release in 2015. Due to director Anno?s busy schedule and work in making Shin Godzilla, the Evangelion Remake was eventually delayed and pushed to a 2017 release.
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