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Bored to death of waiting, yet? Well, who can blame you... For almost two years now, there have been virtually no updates on the status of the much-doubted Trigun The Movie, other than vague references; and an endless stream of comments to our report from early 2008 (a misplaced *yawn* can work wonders). Well, you won't have to hold your breath much longer, because the project has finally received a more tangible release timeframe.

Thanks to the recently opened website, the film's Japanese premiere is now officially - albeit still not precisely - set for spring 2010. And thanks to ANN's translation, fans who've been wondering about its enigmatic story can finally put their curiosity to rest.
"The story is set in Makka, a town surrounded by quicksand. With rumors spreading that the legendary robber Gasback has his sights set on the town, the mayor Kepler has brought together bounty-hunters to protect the town. These bounty hunters have been following Gasback from town to town in hopes of bagging the prize. Meryl and Milly, two characters previously seen in Yasuhiro Nightow's manga and the later television anime series, have come to town to assess the situation as insurance agents, but are shocked by this turn of events. Moreover, Vash the Stampede is also in town, along with the female bounty hunter Ameria and the fan-favorite character Wolfwood."

Not sure if these tiny shots above are from the movie or the classic anime series (which I still can't find the time, nor the will to watch). They were just lying around aimlessly on the Trigun movie's website, so... yeah, I'll go look for another old news to post.
Dark Tealwrote on Oct 20, 2009 at 02:34
Actually, the images are from the anime series. I recognize them.
Dude stole my Yoshi!!!wrote on Nov 2, 2009 at 09:48

Trigun Movie Trailer
Blaiddwrote on Nov 10, 2009 at 15:23
This WOULD make me feel better, if those were new images..they're just from the anime.
meggyville2010wrote on Mar 25, 2010 at 21:35
At last! Feels like I've been waiting forever for this movie to come out. But it won't be much longer. YAY!
Miliwrote on Mar 26, 2010 at 20:18
Wasn't it supposed to be a live movie ?
Stokkywrote on Mar 27, 2010 at 18:11
Nope, that was never the plan.
SamuraiPitzaCatwrote on Apr 9, 2010 at 08:48
thank goodness it aint live cos no actor can impersonate Vash - The Stampede!!! i cant wait for it, it simply amazing that he only eva managed to kill one person and that the story is so great still... LOVEe ANDe PEACEe!!!
Animeftwwrote on Apr 21, 2010 at 03:09
Does this also come out in USA? Cuz it better
HUMANOIDtyphoonwrote on May 10, 2010 at 04:24

the time, maybe, but the will?! lord, why?

but this is absolutely phenomenal, I can't remember the last time I've heard such amazing news. I hope they do it justice :>
Vinwrote on Oct 28, 2010 at 13:14
I thought it might tell what happens after the amine. but its like a side story. but then again, i guess there really no real conflict after the anime series to tell. i know that there's no real logic to anime, but if vash would just kill the bad guys then no "innocent" people would get hurt in the first place. eh, i guess if he did that, then there be no anime. xD
anonymouswrote on May 30, 2011 at 10:24
It's fine SOMETIMES when anime are turned into live action movies, like Death Note was great, but I'm glad Trigun isn't, because I just don't think it would work as well, Trigun needs to remain an anime/manga.
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