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Watch This Terrifying Live-Action ATTACK ON TITAN Subaru Ad

The team that’s behind the upcoming live-action Attack On Titan movie teamed up with Subaru to collaborate on an ad for the Subaru Forester, ’cause what better way to sell your car than to show it zooming off from an encounter with a 15m class murdering machine, right? The ad is horrifying to say the least, but it’s also a nice glimpse at what to expect from the live-action Attack On Titan film. But don’t take my word for it, please, have a look at the bit for yourself.

Nevertheless, I am a huge fan of the manga and the anime, so I was pumped to see this ad and am even more pumped to see the live-action film when it hits. But I think the commercial did more good for the Attack on Titan brand than it did for Subaru. Now to wait and see who they decide to cast in the roles of Eren, Armin, Mikasa, Levi, and Erwin.

Be sure to tell us what you thought about the ad in the comments. Also, if there are any Shingeki No Kyojin fans out there who are current on the manga and need someone to chat with about it, I’m only one tweet away, @Malik4play. Otherwise, enjoy this behind the scenes look at the making of that dandy Subaru commercial.

Comments

  1. Mateen says:

    Begun, the great internet edtcouian has.

  2. @AI THE RUROUNI KENSHIN LIVE ACTION ADAPTATION WAS GREAT!!

  3. Attack on titan with death note are the best anime ever , i like it so much thanks for this share

  4. David says:

    This is a GREAT live-action, I like attack on titan anime

  5. JetpackBlues says:

    I was going to ask if this is a tie-in with the rumored live action Attack on Titan, but it’s still in pre-production.

  6. niizuma says:

    @AI THE RUROUNI KENSHIN LIVE ACTION ADAPTATION WAS GREAT!!

  7. Aj says:

    As cool as that commercial looked, I can’t think of a single anime/manga live-action adaptation that wasn’t terrible. Keeping my expectations low.

  8. Drarry says:

    That’s what I drive. It’s my 5th Subaru for a reason. I found the second ad way way way scarier than the first one.