Beyblade Live-Action Film: Work in Progress; Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer

Beyblade Live-Action Film: Work in Progress; Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
Beyblade Live-Action Film: Work in Progress; Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer

Filmmaker Jerry Bruckheimer announced that Beyblade’s Live-action movie is officially under development at Paramount Pictures. Jerome Leon Bruckheimer, known as Jerry Bruckheimer, is a film and television producer from the United States. He has worked in the action, fantasy, drama, and sci-fi genres.

The Beyblade franchise was established in 1999 by Takara Co., Limited. Its franchise was created as a range of spinning-top toys in which gamers launch their Beyblade into a defined area or arena and clash with another in an attempt to force the other to stop spinning or be knocked out of the battleground.

Takara began licensing Beyblade to various nations for sale after its initial release, most notably Hasbro in Western European countries. The Beyblade property has branched out into other media, including a five-year manga adaptation and a 51-episode anime series that premiered in 2001.

After years of silence, new progress is being made on a prospective live-action Beyblade feature, which was initially examined in mid-2015 when Paramount acquired the rights to the concept, according to Screen Rant.

Beyblade Live-Action

The manuscript for the Beyblade film, with narrative elements being kept under wraps for the time being. The toys themselves were created by Takara in Japan and licensed to a number of firms, including Hasbro, which had a lot of success cooperating with Paramount on the Transformers brand.

In April 2016, the first Beyblade Exceed anime aired in Japan, followed by the second season of Beyblade Burst God in April 2017, and finally Beyblade Burst Chzetsu in April 2018.

In September 2016, Beyblade Burst launched on Teletoon in Canada, followed by a two-week run on Disney XD in December 2016. Later in December 2016, Daisuki began broadcasting the episode with English subtitles. 

The English-dubbed episodes are accessible digitally through Disney XD’s digital channels and the Beyblade Burst YouTube account, as per Anime News Network.

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