"Legendary Entertainment and Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts are teaming up to work on a live-action Gundam movie that will stream exclusively on Netflix.
Details about the project, operating under the working title GUNDAM, are limited at this time. Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Runaways) is writing the screenplay and will also act as an executive producer. The movie will stream on Netflix globally except in China where Legendary will distribute the film. There is no set release date for the film yet. He’s joined by Cale Boyter who will oversee the project on behalf of Legendary and original Gundam studio, Sunrise. Jason Young, director of the original film at Netflix, will also oversee the project.
In terms of the movie’s actual plot, Netflix is staying mum. It’s unclear if Vogt-Roberts’ film will take place in the Universal Century (the same timeline the original Gundam anime is set in). If Vogt-Roberts and Legendary take their influence directly from the show, fans should expect gigantic battles as the armies of the space colonies wage a war of independence against those still on Earth. More details about the film’s plot are expected to be released in the coming months."
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