INFINI-T FORCE THE MOVIE Info, Trailer and High-Res Images from Shochiku
A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE
Distributor Shochiku Co. has provided SciFi Japan with a trailer and large pics from their upcoming release, INFINI-T FORCE THE MOVIE (劇場版Infini-T Force／ガッチャマン さらば友よ, Gekijoo-ban Infini-T Foosu/ Gatchaman Saraba Tomo yo). The film is a sequel to the 2017 3DCG anime series INFINI-T FORCE (インフィニティ フォース, Infiniti Foosu), which celebrated the 55th anniversary of Tatsunoko Production with a team-up of the company’s greatest superheroes: Ken of the Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, Tekkaman the Space Knight, Hurricane Polimar and Neo-Human Casshan.
Following the events of the series, the heroes returned to their respective worlds. But the story wasn’t over, and once again they are drawn back to modern-day Shibuya when the evil organization Galactor returns. And — to their surprise — Ken, Tekkaman, Polymar and Casshan are also opposed by Ken’s mentor, Dr. Nambu, and Gatchaman ally, Joe the Condor.
The main voice cast for INFINI-T FORCE has returned for the movie. They are joined by Eiichiro Funakoshi as Dr. Nambu, and Kazuma Suzuki as George Asakura aka Joe the Condor. Jun Matsumoto (BLOOD+, GHOST IN THE SHELL: STAND ALONE COMPLEX) is directing, and the 3DCG animation is once again produced by Digital Frontier (GANTZ: O, DEATH NOTE Light up the NEW world).
INFINI-T FORCE THE MOVIE opens in theaters across Japan on February 24th.
Release Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018 (Nationwide Roadshow)
Gatchaman G-1/Ken Washio: Tomokazu Seki
Tekkaman/Joji Minami: Takahiro Sakurai
Polymar/Takeshi Yoroi: Kenichi Suzumura
Casshan/Tetsuya Azuma: Soma Saito
Emi Kaido: Ai Kayano
Sasaoka: Aya Endo
Joe the Condor (Gatchaman G-2)/George Asakura: Kazuma Suzuki
Dr.Kozaburo Nambu : Eiichiro Funakoshi
Original Concept: Tatsunoko Pro
Director: Jun Matsumoto
Screenplay: Jun Kumagai
Original Character Designs: Oh! great (Ito Ogure)
Hero Design: Keiichi Sato
Costume · Mechanical Design: Koji Nakakita
Music: Yutaka Yamada
Production: Tatsunoko Pro
3DCG Production: Digital Frontier
© Tatsunoko Production / Infini-T Force Production Committee
About Shochiku Co., Ltd.
Shochiku traces its origins to 1895 when Takejiro Otani presented his first stage play. They also produced the first color motion picture in Japan, and have expanded into TV dramas, video contents, Kabuki presentation, theater operations, and real estate.
The company has become a symbol of enduring tradition as the exclusive promoter of the Kabuki theater in Japan as well as widely known as the creator of the world’s longest-running feature film series TORA-SAN.
The company is making all possible efforts to develop business in various fields, including multimedia and co-productions, across generation, national, and cultural borders.