Scarlett Johansson is the Ghost In The Shell

Posted March 31, 2017

As such, no one was really surprised director Rupert Sanders' live-action adaptation, featuring Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson, was partly shot in Hong Kong.

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Scarlett Johansson looked lethal at the Ghost In The Shell New York premiere Wednesday night. She's a cyborg/human hybrid whose brain (her ghost) has been rescued from a dying body and transposed into a sleek humanoid shell by a company intent on weaponsing her in the fight against cyber crime at a time when the ability to upgrade humans with technological enhancements has inevitably left them vulnerable to hacking.

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An worldwide cast continues the effort to appeal to an global audience, with Japanese legend Takeshi Kitano leading Section 9, whose membership includes the Singaporean actor Chin Han (Marco Polo), Denmark's Pilou Asbaek (Game Of Thrones) and Australia's Lasarus Ratuere - plus Michael Pitt of Hannibal and Boardwalk Empire as the villain and a new character played by France's acclaimed Juliette Binoche (Chocolat). Based on the internationally acclaimed Japanese Manga, "The Ghost in the Shell". But that also makes her well cast. The movie begins screening today at GSC cinemas nationwide. Whether she had Sanders honor the intent of "Ghost in the Shell" or betray it is for each viewer to decide. So with the success the franchise has had in other media, a Ghost in the Shell sequel has got to be in the works. right?

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"The best thing "Ghost in the Shell" has going for it is that it doesn't strive to be a frame-for-frame remake of Mamoru Oshii's 1995 anime film", critic Terri Schwartz wrote.