The Exchange has bought the rights to sell the superhero movie "Shin Ultraman" in North America, Europe, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, and other places.
"Shin Ultraman" was a huge hit in Japan when it came out on May 13. At the Toronto Film Festival, The Exchange will show the movie to people who want to buy it.
The movie was made by Tsuburaya Productions, Toho, and Khara. The movie made $31.2 million in Japan, thanks to fans of the "Ultraman" TV show, which debuted in 1966.
The movie was directed by Shinji Higuchi ("The Floating Castle," "Attack on Titan") and written by Hideaki Anno ("Shin Godzilla," "Neon Genesis Evangelion"),
who also served as a producer along with Takayuki Tsukagoshi and Minami Ichikawa. "Shin Ultraman" stars Hidetoshi Nishijima ("Drive My Car,"
which won the Academy Award for Best Picture), Takumi Saitoh ("13 Assassins," "Shin Godzilla"), and Masami Nagasawa
("Mother," "Before We Vanish"), as well as Daiki Arioka ("Innocent Curse"), Akari Hayami ("Forget Me Not"), and Tetsushi Tanaka ("Like Father, Like Son
In the movie, giant life forms that can't be identified, called S-Class Species (Kaiju), are seen all the time in Japan. They can't be hurt by regular
weapons. After trying everything else, the Japanese government came up with the S-Class Species Suppression Protocol and set up a group called
the SSSP to carry it out. This group of scientists, physicists, and special agents deals with the threat of S-Class Species until a silver giant from