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The 3-D craze isn’t only affecting U.S. projects. Word has come down that Japanese studio Toei is now preparing a 3-D version of Kinji Fukasaku’s controversial shocker BATTLE ROYALE.
Screen Daily reports that the 2000 gorefest about delinquent students killing each other on a deserted island is being converted with an extra dimension under the supervision of Fukasaku’s son, Kenta Fukasaku, through his production company Fukasaku-Gumi. Kinji died in 2003, and Kenta directed the 2003 sequel, BATTLE ROYALE 2: REQUIEM. The 3-D version of the original will be released in Japan November 20. Click here to read about Kenta’s next movie, BLACK RAT.
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