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Gantz was made into two live-action films released in 2011.

The film differs greatly from the manga in places. See Differences between live action film and manga.

In November 2009, filming was set to begin. It was expected to last until April 2010. The films were released in the winter and spring of 2011.

To prepare for their roles, the two leads had undergone training and practicing action sequences.

The budget for the movies was announced at 4 billion yen (about US$45 million).

Gantz 1Edit

Gantz (movie)

Cast
Character Actor Known for
Kurono Kazunari Ninomiya Tekkonkinkreet, Letters from Iwo Jima. Singer of the Arashi musical group
Kato Ken'ichi Matsuyama Death Note, Detroit Metal City, NANA, The Legend of Kamui
Tae Kojima Yuriko Yoshitaka Snakes and Earrings
Nishi Kanata Hongo The Prince Of Tennis, NANA 2
Kishimoto Natsuna
Yoshikazu Suzuki
(Old Man)
Tomorowo Taguchi
(IMDB)
Others involved
Job Name Known for
Director Shinsuke Sato The Princess Blade, Suna-dokei, Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror
Screenplay writer Yūsuke Watanabe 20th Century Boys trilogy, Robo Rock, Bloody Monday, Kami no Shizuku, Yasuko to Kenji
Producer Takahiro Sato Death Note, 20th Century Boys
CG work Digital Frontier Summer Wars, Appleseed, Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone

Gantz 2: Perfect AnswerEdit

Gantz: Perfect Answer

Cast
Character Actor Known for
Kurono Kazunari Ninomiya Tekkonkinkreet, Letters from Iwo Jima. Singer of the Arashi musical group
Kato Ken'ichi Matsuyama Death Note, Detroit Metal City, NANA, The Legend of Kamui
Tae Kojima Yuriko Yoshitaka Snakes and Earrings
Nishi Kanata Hongo The Prince Of Tennis, NANA 2
Kishimoto Natsuna
Yoshikazu Suzuki
(Old Man)
Tomorowo Taguchi
(IMDB)
Chiaki
(Men-In-Black superior girl)
Hikawa
(Men-In-Black leader)
Eriko Ayukawa
(Gantz recruiter)
Ayumi Ito Swallowtail Butterfly, Dr. Akagi
Others involved
Job Name Known for
Director Shinsuke Sato The Princess Blade, Suna-dokei, Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror
Screenplay writer Yūsuke Watanabe 20th Century Boys trilogy, Robo Rock, Bloody Monday, Kami no Shizuku, Yasuko to Kenji
Producer Takahiro Sato Death Note, 20th Century Boys
CG work Digital Frontier Summer Wars, Appleseed, Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone

MerchandiseEdit

A book of photographs of Watanabe Natsuna was released as Gantz/K.

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