Tokyo Ghoul season 3 release has been filled with rumors since Tokyo Ghoul season 2 ended and fans are already losing hope. Previous reports suggest that further delays will happen which requires more patience from fans.
The most awaited return of Tokyo Ghoul manga series adaptation was first hinted in 2016. But considering that no news has been revealed yet, the chances of its comeback are definitely low. On the other hand, speculations are recently unveiling that season 3 was penned for a March 2017 release, Opp Trends reported.
Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 Release Remains a Mystery
With the rumors that are spreading all over the internet, it was quite disturbing how people behind the franchise remains in silence. In the past few months, they have not announced any update yet for the upcoming installment.
Up to now, reports were never able to specifically identify the reasons why season 3 has experienced a continuous delay. But it can be remembered that season 2 has received negative feedback, which could be one reason why season 3 is taking longer than expected. Avid followers who have read the manga revealed that series adaptations are not exactly faithful to its material source.
In addition, fans even discussed their frustrations through a forum. One user even asked:
“I just finished watching the whole anime and I think it suc*s. I liked certain points in certain episodes but there are so many plot holes, bad character development and it is really poorly explained. When i finished watching the last episode, I was like ‘I do not get it.”
As it turns out, this could be a possible reason to just not delay the franchise. Instead, there is a chance that the project will be dropped. Meanwhile, Madhouse Entertainment took over and speculations suggest that the story is set to add a new ghoul investigator.
Tokyo Ghoul Live Action
According to Anime News Network, Masataka Kubota is set to play the role of Ken Kaneki in the film. The actor is also prominent for starring in the live action adaptation of the phenomenal anime series, Death Note.
On the other hand, Kentarō Hagiwara will be directing the film, which expected to be released in Japan this summer. The iconic masks and costumes for the film were designed by Christian Dada.
Other cast includes Fumika Shimizu as Tōka Kirishima, Nobuyuki Suzuki as Kōtarō Amon, Yuu Aoi as Rize Kamishiro and Yo Oizumi as Kureo Mado. Furthermore, fans hope nothing more but for March 2017 Tokyo Ghoul season 3 release to be true.
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