In 2003, Scarlett Johansson played a young foreigner who didn’t speak a lick of Japanese across Bill Murray in “Lost In Translation.” Today, she’s playing a full fledged Japanese cybernetic human named Motoko Kusanagi in the wide screen adaptation of 90’s Anime/Manga “Ghost In The Shell.” Irony? Coincidence? Ever since the initial casting, people have taken issue with the actress playing what is essentially a role of an Asian female. But does she deserve it? Well you can sort of make your own conclusions now, because the first trailer to the upcoming 2017 movie has been released. Check out the video embedded above to watch!
Ghost In The Shell, the live action movie, will be arriving to cinemas in March, 2017. Will you be watching it? How do you feel about the trailer?
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