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Rurouni Kenshi Live Action Movie with English Subs

A lot of Rurouni Kenshin fans are looking forward to the live-action adaptation (which releases into Japanese theaters later this month). Warner Bros. released this full-length theatrical trailer back in June, but now they have one with English subs. The film is directed by Keishi Otomo, and stars Takeru Satoh (Kamen Rider Den-O, Ryomaden) as Kenshin Himura, Emi Takei as Kaoru Kamiya, Yuu Aoi as Megumi Takani, Munetaka Aoki as Sanosuke Sagara, Taketo Tanaka as Yahiko Myojin, Kouji Kikkawa as Jine Udo, Yosuke Eguchi as Hajime Saito, and finally Teruyuki Kagawa as Kanryu Takeda. Rurouni Kenshin will open in theatres on August 25 in Japan.
awesome movie ^_^
very good anime
august of this year??! so when will it come to USA?
eeeehh... where can i watch this? I love the anime so will looking forward for this one
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