Netflix Unveils New Trailer and Key Visual for City Hunter Movie!

Join Ryo, Kaori and Hideyuki on the bustling streets of modern-day Shinjuku.

Today, on “Get Wild” Day, a new trailer and a key visual has been revealed for the upcoming Netflix movie “City Hunter“, based on the work of writer Tsukasa Hojo. This live-action adaptation is scheduled to premiere on April 25th on Netflix.

The trailer starts with TM NETWORK‘s ending theme “Get Wild Continual”.

Official Trailer:

Key Visual:

City Hunter, drawing inspiration from the manga penned by Tsukasa Hojo and published by Shueisha from 1985 to 1991, has seen various live-action adaptations. These include a 1993 film featuring Jackie Chan, a 2019 French adaptation, and an as-yet-unreleased Chinese version.

Ryouhei Suzuki as Ryo Saeba
Misato Morita as Kaori Makimura
Masanobu Ando as Hideyuki Makimura
Fumino Kimura as Saeko Nogami

Director: Yuuichi Satou
Scriptwriter: Tatsuro Mishima

Netflix presents the synopsis of the film:

After receiving the message “XYZ, please find my sister,” Ryo and his partner Hideyuki go on to search for Kurumi, a famous cosplayer. Meanwhile, mysterious violent incidents are taking place in Shinjuku, and Saeko, a skilled police detective is having a tough time solving these cases. Ryo and Hideyuki work in tandem to pursue Kurumi, but tragedy strikes when Hideyuki is killed during the investigation. Witnessing her brother’s death, Kaori implores Ryo to uncover the truth behind the incident. 

Source: @netflix

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