Attack on Titan LiveAction Adaptation Canceled Due To Crew Member Death

first_img The Best Anime On HuluThis Might Be Attack On Titan’s Goriest Moment Of The Series So Far Attack on Titan fans in Japan looking forward to a stage play based on the ridiculously popular anime series are dealing with a rather hard blow dealt to the fandom. Unfortunately, the live theater show has been canceled after the death of a crew member has transpired. The live-action adaptation of the anime series is canceled indefinitely, since moving on after the passing of a beloved crew member is understandably hard to take for the rest of the cast.NHK Japan reports that Kazutaka Yoshino the deceased was part of the play in a role that utilized wire suspension devices. He was a 38-year-old acrobat who was suspended up in the air before falling to his death. He was taken straight to the hospital after his fall from Tokyo Disneyland, but he was unfortunately pronounced dead after arriving shortly after.Police investigated the death, and it appeared that Yoshino had fallen about 10 meters off of the stage, and there is research underway at present to see if there were issues with safety that could have prevented Yoshino’s fall and the crew members’ loss. It doesn’t appear at this time that there’s any correlation between the stage play and the incident other than the fact that the crew member was employed there.AdChoices广告Unfortunately, and understandably, the show will not be performed as it had previously been planned in Tokyo Disneyland. The staff has explained that there simply isn’t a way to move forward in the process without Yoshino and released a press release apologizing to eager fans for the inconvenience. Our condolences go out to the Attack on Titan live action crew family, and hopefully, we’ll see another stage play in the future going forward, as it would certainly be an interesting twist on the series thus far. Stay on targetlast_img read more